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Marvin Sapp was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He began singing a church as early as age 4 and spent a majority of his teenagers years in several Gospel groups. He was also pursuing his life ling dream of becoming a pastor at the same time. Marvin Sapp was invited to join the legendary Gospel group Commissioned in 1991.


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Marvin Sapp Songs List:

Song Album Released Listen
Never Would Have Made It Thirsty 2007
Glory I Win 2012
He Has His Hands On You Here I Am 2010
My Testimony My Testimony 2012
You Are God Alone Diary Of A Psalmist 2003
Here I Am Here I Am 2010
Best In Me
Worshipper In Me Thirsty 2007
Never Could Have Made It 2000
Thirsty Thirsty 2007
Glory To The Lamb Diary Of A Psalmist 2003
Grace & Mercy Grace And Mercy 2004
Miracle Diary Of A Psalmist 2003
More Than A Conqueror Here I Am 2010
One Thing Diary Of A Psalmist 2003
Don't Count Me Out Here I Am 2010
Possess The Land Thirsty 2007
Nothing Else Matters Nothing Else Matters 2004
Shout Unto God Thirsty 2007
None Like You Medley I Believe 2002
Worship Medley Diary Of A Psalmist 2003
The Best In Me The Best In Me 2010
Rivers Flow Thirsty 2007
Hallelujah Diary Of A Psalmist 2003
Magnify Thirsty 2007
Comfort Zone Here I Am 2010
Wait Here I Am 2010
Marvin Sapp You Are God Alone I Believe 2003
He Won't Fail Be Exalted 2005
Stand Left Behind 2- Gospel 2008
Never I Win 2012
Marvin Sapp Perfect Peace Be Exalted 2005
he saw me never could have made it 2006
Marvin Sapp - We Worship You Today Diary of a Psalmist 2003
Smile Be Exalted 2005
Perfect Peace Be Exalted 2005
Power Nothing Else Matters 2004
Praise Him In Advance Thirsty 2007
I Believe Verity: The First Decade Vol. 2 2004


Marvin Sapp – The Gospel Roots

The Biography

Marvin Sapp was born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He began singing a church as early as age 4 and spent a majority of his teenagers years in several Gospel groups. He was also pursuing his life ling dream of becoming a pastor at the same time. Marvin Sapp was invited to join the legendary Gospel group Commissioned in 1991.

Gospel Commissioned

He joined Commissioned and worked on several albums with the gospel group. His vocals are much remembered fin the album “Number 7” in 1991. The album is considered among some of their best work to date. In 1994 the Commissioned and Marvin Sapp recorded the groups new album titled “Matters of the Heart”. The album is released on Benson Records which cater to contemporary Gospel music. The album was a commercial success as it reached No. 7 on the US Gospel charts. There was an element of mainstream success as the album even charted on the US mainstream RnB charts, peaking at No. 65.

Sapp, recorded his third album with the group, releasing it in 1996 – “Irreplaceable Love” It was an even bigger commercial success as it reached No. 9 on the Gospel charts. After the release of the alum,  Marvin Sapp decided to leave the Commissioned on personal grounds.

The Solo Singer

As a solo artist he received phenomenal response and is often considered among the most successful contemporary Gospel singers of all times. His raw vocals and eclectic music makes it perfect for Gospel to cross over into the mainstream. Sapp released his first self-titled album in 1996. But it would be his next album which would bring him recognition and attention. The album “Brace and Mercy” released in 1997, was critically hailed and Marvin Sapp’s solo career was firmly getting established.

In 1999, he returned with “Nothing Else Matters” which was an average album but still brought in enough mainstream recognition. “I Believe” in 2002 was another album which helped to create the recognition in the contemporary gospel world.

Commercial Acclaim

It was in 2007 that Sapp would achieve personal acclaim as a gospel singer with the release of the album “Thirsty” and the lead single “Never Would Have Made It”. The single made t to the US Hot 100 Singles and peaked at No. 82. A rare achievement of a Gospel singer. The album itself would go on to sell over 500,000 copies making it Marvin Sapp’s biggest selling album, it debut at No.28 on the mainstream US album charts.

Marvin Sapp’s follow-up to the resounding success to “Thirsty” would be “Here I Am” in 2010. The album is highest charting gospel album of all times, it debut at No.2 on the US charts.

  • Did You Know: Marvin Sapp has won all 7 Gospel Stellar Awards which he was nominated for in 2009. He also won a BET award in 2008

  • Did You Know: Marvin Sapp is the most successful Gospel singer in Billboard chart history

  • Did You Know: His Album “Here I Am” released in 2010 is the highest charting Gospel album of all times

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