Militant Minds

Militant Minds

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Sir, Maam', If I felt it was a necessity to sell myself to you in an elevator, I would not be making music. Besides in the end, we are all judged by the crowd. No disrespect by no means no measure.

Biography

Marvin was born May 4th, 1987 in Dayton Ohio. He has spent time living in Atlanta and several cities in Ohio. As a kid growing up, Marvin always stood out in the crowd because of his large frame and his mentality of never taking no for an answer. Like many of our youth, Marvin experienced the rougher parts in life and had to stand firm against failure. Most of Marv's childhood was centered around mediocrity and places where crime was a measure of ones status. Not to say that Marv had it all bad, the times that were instilled success and determination in his mind.

After Marvin moved with his Aunt Barb and Uncle Henry in Dayton Ohio, they really ruled with the iron rod, cutting very little slack. Centered around his uncle, Marv was introduced to music at a young age and was hooked every since. His Uncle managed Slave and Lakeside, both very well known groups in the 80's out of Dayton, Ohio. After Uncle Henry's passing, Marvin knew he had to get off his ass and make it happen. Feeling like his Uncle would never die, Marvin decided to link up with his child hood friend Evan Howard and come up with a plan to honor and make his family happy. Going into the partnership, Marvin knew that Evan would be able to get him where he wanted to go, but there would be little to no room for stupidity or failure. Marvin and Evan then started the recording label Militant Minds to "cut out the middle man and to streamline the process."

With determination, dedication, and drive, Marvin and Evan are on a journey called Road to Millions. Road to Millions is the documentary that is streamed on youtube that shows the daily struggles good, bad, and indifferent of the duo on their journey to their first million. In closing, Marv wants all his fans to understand that he appreciates every bit of support, good or bad.