I Win (CD)

    I Win (CD)

    Marvin Sapp
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    Marvin Sapp is the founder and senior pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center Church, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He spent his teenage years singing with a number of Gospel groups and ensembles before being invited by Gospel singer Fred Hammond to sing with Commissioned in 1991. Sapp then embarked on a record-breaking solo career. His solo albums include Grace & Mercy (1997), Nothing Else Ma tters (1999), I Believe (2002), Diary of a Psalmist (2003), Be Exalted (2005), Thirsty (2007), Here I Am (2010) and now, I Win in 2012.

    A huge part of Marvin Sapp's appeal has been his ability to tap into his own personal pain and weave a heart-touching song that speaks to the masses. Such was the story with his mega-hit song Never Would Have Made It and the follow-up The Best In Me. In the midst of those waves of success, the pastor who sings suffered another painful loss when his wife Dr MaLinda Sapp sadly passed away from colon cancer in 2010.

    So when the time came to record his subsequen t album, Marvin chose a title that succinctly speaks about rising above life's trials, and is presenting us with I Win. Recorded live at the Evangel Cathedral in Upper Malboro, MB, this incredible alb um was produced by Aaron Lindsey, and Myron Butler as Musical Director. Declaring on the night of the recording, We are more than conquerors ... I Win! $^$Marvin Sapp is the founder and senior pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center Church, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He spent his teenage years singing with a number of Gospel groups and ensembles before being invited by Gospel singer Fred Hammond to sing with Commissioned in 1991. Sapp then embarked on a record-breaking solo career. His solo albums include Grace & Mercy (1997), Nothing Else Ma tters (1999), I Believe (2002), Diary of a Psalmist (2003), Be Exalted (2005), Thirsty (2007), Here I Am (2010) and now, I Win in 2012.

    A huge part of Marvin Sapp's appeal has been his ability to tap into his own personal pain and weave a heart-touching song that speaks to the masses. Such was the story with his mega-hit song Never Would Have Made It and the follow-up The Best In Me. In the midst of those waves of success, the pastor who sings suffered another painful loss when his wife Dr MaLinda Sapp sadly passed away from colon cancer in 2010.

    So when the time came to record his subsequen t album, Marvin chose a title that succinctly speaks about rising above life's trials, and is presenting us with I Win. Recorded live at the Evangel Cathedral in Upper Malboro, MB, this incredible alb um was produced by Aaron Lindsey, and Myron Butler as Musical Director. Declaring on the night of the recording, We are more than conquerors ... I Win!