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Marvin Sapp

Some may recognize Marvin Sapp from his brief stint with Commissioned in the 1990s, and others as the founder and Senior Pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center Church, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It's his solo work, however, that has earned him widespread acclaim. Invited by Fred Hammond to join Commissioned, Sapp appeared on their albums Number Seven and Matters of the Heart. Shortly after the group's dissolution in 1995, he went solo with his own brand of polished urban gospel. Since then, his sound has grown in both sophistication and demand in Christian and crossover markets alike, blending the fiery R&B of Kirk Franklin and the butter-soft soul of Smokie Norful's worship.

Marvin Sapp Concert Films

  • I Win

    Marvin Sapp

    Year: 2012

    Runtime: 1 hr 34 min

    This musical release from singer-songwriter Marvin Sapp captures a live performance by the musician, recorded live in Upper Marlboro, MD. Some of the songs featured in the concert include "Teach My Hands to War", "More Than Ever", "I Belong To You", and more.
     
     
  • Thirsty

    Marvin Sapp

    Year: 2016

    Runtime: 1 hr 26 min

    Multiple Stellar Award-winner, Grammy-nominee, and perennial gospel music favorite, Marvin Sapp, has succeeded in establishing himself as one of the most recognizable voices in gospel music. Sapp declared himself "not a singer who can preach, but rather a preacher who just happens to sing," and he does both with the case of Thirsty. For Thirsty, Sapp teamed up with producers Aaron Lindsey, Myron Butler, his choir Levi, and New Breed. The concert film was recorded live, before a capacity crowd. It also include a special, behind-the scenes montage.
     
     

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