"Without a beat, it's just a rhyme..."
 

Uncategorized

MO

Marv4MoBeats


Marv4MoBeats aka Marvin Glaspie has been producing Christian Music over 11 years. Coming from a family of musicians and singers, it was natural that Marv would continue on the musical legacy his family started. He started out playing the drums at the age of 4, going on to play for his family church at the age 9. His parents seperated and he moved to New Orleans with his mother and two sisters. When he was 14, he ¬†began playing drums for his Jr and Sr high school. Afterwards he played with various Secondline bands (a New Orleans style band) around New Orleans. At the age of 17, Marv put down the drums and became a Disc Jockey. Starting at high school dances to DJing at two of the hottest night clubs in New Orleans, Marv had gain the respect and recognition as one of main DJ’ s in New Orleans working along side his mentor and friend Charles Leach aka DJ Captain Charles for 5 years. But in 1999 all of that change. Marvin surrendered his life to Christ and has been on a path of fulfilling God’s will for his life. In 2001, Marv hooked up with 2 dudes at his church (Smoking for Jesus Ministries), that rapped but had no beats. They formed a group name SoundMinds. Marv bought a Yamaha Ry20 rhythm programmer for about 80 bucks at pawn shop, and his production journey began. In 2003, Marv married his wife Demaries which Demaries also was a part of the group as singer/rapper. Practicing diligently day in day out, he began crafting his skills and the rest was history. In 2006 he in started up his production company Marv4MoBeats Music. In 2007 and with his wife being in agreement with his decision, He began doing it as a fulltime job. He has had the privilege to work with artists such Demaries, Canton Jones, D. Montrell, R- Swift, Pro, K-Drama, Victory, Erica Diamonds, Fedel, Corey Hicks, Saylah, and many more. His mission is to help other inspiring producers fulfill their dreams through music.

 


Marv

Marv

Christian Producer, Barber,Blogger, Husband, and Father.

More Posts - Website

Follow Me:
TwitterFacebookGoogle Plus

Comments
  1. Kass McCurtis

    2 years ago

    Had to come check you out after seeing your ghetto gospel 3 beat.

  2. […] is a nice remake of the Just Blaze – Fabolous Breathe joint on Beatmaker 2. Marv4MoBeats drops the science on how he remade the Just Blaze beat which in my opinion is impressive. […]

  3. […] of large samples without consuming much memory, reading them from storage as they are played. Peep Marv4MoBeats via Maschine Masters break down how to use Beatmaker 2 plus make a […]

Leave a Reply

WP-Backgrounds Lite by InoPlugs Web Design and Juwelier Schönmann 1010 Wien