Pastor Marvin Louis Sapp was born on January 28, 1967 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Sapp got his real start when singer Fred Hammond offered for Sapp to join his band, Commissioned. This relationship did not last long, so Sapp decided to go solo and has made seven gospel albums since he began in 1996.
For about a decade, Sapp’s career was relatively basic and he was not well known. However, things changed when he released the album Thirsty in 2007. This album has the single Never Would Have Made It, which made number 1 on the Billboard Hot Gospel Songs list and also made several other top hits lists. Almost 800,000 copies of Thirsty have been sold. Sapp won seven Gospel Stellar Awards in 2009. His other awards include winning the Best Gospel Artist at the BET Awards in 2008 and 2010. He has also been nominated for several GMA Dove Awards, and he won one for the song The Best In Me in 2011.
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