How does it feel that you are now on your 10th solo project? To have the opportunity to say something people are still receptive to is a blessing! There is actually a song that I loved that I wanted to go on this album and when I played it for kids, they said absolutely NOT! You probably get this question all the time, but will there ever be another Commissioned reunion project? They grew up listening to Commissioned and with their production and musicality; I think it would do very, very well. What is something that people would be surprised to know about you? I think Walt Disney is the most amazing man that I have been able to study for a short period of time.I have been blessed with a solid fan base, so they still look for my music. He was a cartoonist who created an entire world from a mouse.“I was in a position I was never in before, and it was hard,” he says.“But I always learned being a winner is a mindset.” “I Win” was the most challenging album of Sapp’s career, which has included “Here I Am” (2010), “Thirsty” (2007) and “Be Exalted” (2005). “I always had my wife there to bounce off concepts, lyrics, ideas, and this time I was in a position where I had to do it alone,” he says.“It’s not the type of show that has a whole lot of tension,” he says.“There’s not a lot of foolishness and debauchery.” He was advised to add a love interest to the show to make it more interesting.Sapp, the 50-year-old gospel music veteran and senior pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, spoke to Essence magazine about dealing with matters of the heart.
“She told us that on a day-to-day basis to keep us encouraged,” he says.resize=299,169" data-large-file="https://i2com/thechurchladyblogs.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/marvinsappsingledadfeatured.jpg? fit=299,169" class="size-full wp-image-11438" alt=""Marvin Sapp Single Dad reality show"" src="https://i2com/thechurchladyblogs.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/marvinsappsingledadfeatured.jpg?resize=299,169" width="299" height="169" data-recalc-dims="1" / Gospel sensation Marvin Sapp has seen his share of adversity. His latest album, “I Win,” is his public declaration.“If he hasn’t walked you down the aisle, there are certain things that you need to withhold, until that time comes.” Sapp, whose 11th solo album made its debut last Friday, has shared his insights into love and relationships in the past.In a 2015 Instagram post, Sapp said he’s often seen people misuse the phrase “I love you.” “Many use it as a manipulative tool to get what they think they want.