Marvin Sapp, a revered figure in gospel music for more than 30 years, has consistently produced chart-topping hits, including his crossover hit “Never Would Have Made It.” His accolades include 24 Stellar Awards, eight BMI Songwriters Awards, four Dove Awards, two BET Awards, and two Soul Train Music Awards. He is a 13-time Grammy Award nominee and was named Billboard’s Top Male Gospel Artist in 2015.

Sapp’s 15th album, “Substance,” marked his seventh consecutive No. 1 album debut on Billboard’s Gospel sales chart. He was inducted into the 2023 Black Music and Entertainment Walk of Fame and has achieved more than 1 billion streams on Pandora.