Marvin Sapp

September 9, 2010 by Post Team 

Marvin Sapp, Marvin Sapp Biography states that “not a singer who happens to preach but a Preacher called by God, she is gifted to sing.” He cannot be defined as a singer, but Sapp has been called a superstar “gospel” and recently Billboard Chart history.
His father sang in the male choir of the local church and choir. Her mother directed the youth choir. They recognized the musical talent of his son from an early age and Sapp started singing at age 4. He also knew early in life he wanted to preach. Many kids play house or doctor. Sapp played “church.”

“I would wrap a towel around my neck and a large safety pin and take my Bible in the backyard,” Sapp said in a telephone interview with the Herald-Journal.

Sapp began preaching at 22. He traveled and preached throughout the nation. He caught the attention of gospel singer Fred Hammond. Sapp joined the group of Hammond, commissioned in 1990.

Sapp has moved to a phenomenal solo career in gospel music and stardom. His latest album, “Here I Am”, which currently leads the Billboard gospel and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, makes it “the highest rank of a gospel set at 54-year history of the list,” according to Billboard’s Web site.

Sapp lead SpiritFest 2010 in Greenville. The big show “gospel” will also feature acclaimed and award-winning artists such as Vanessa Bell Armstrong, the Williams Brothers, Rance Allen Group and Lee Williams & amplifier, the Spiritual QC. SpiritFest 2010 begins at 6 pm Sunday at the Bi-Lo Center.

During the event, the fifth annual SpiritFest Legend will make its debut on the stage and two high school students will each receive 2,500 scholarships and laptop computers.

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