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In 2009, Sapp won all seven Gospel Stellar Awards that he was nominated for.
It has been certified gold by the RIAA due to the album selling over 500,000 copies, making it Sapp's best selling album of his solo career, and has so far sold over 712,000 copies.
He dropped out of Aenon after being invited by Gospel singer Fred Hammond to sing with Commissioned in 1991 after Keith Staten left. In 1996, Sapp decided to establish himself as a contemporary gospel solo artist and has recorded seven albums.
Sapp appears on the group's albums Number 7, Matters of the Heart, and Irreplaceable Love. Sapp first achieved crossover fame with the release of "Never Would Have Made It" from the album Thirsty in 2007.
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"The majority of the time, when I post things on my social media it's thoughts, concepts, ideas and things that I've learned for over the 48 years that I've been on this earth.Sapp is a decorated gospel musician who has been recognized with numerous accolades like 22 Stellar Awards and 10 Grammy Award nominations after 25 years in the business.As a singer, Sapp has made history, becoming the all-time highest charting gospel artist in Billboard 's history when he released "Here I Am" in 2010.While he hopes to minister to people through song and make their lives better with "Yes You Can," the pastor of Lighthouse Full Life Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan, also touches people beyond his church's walls on social media.Whether it's speaking out against injustices or about his own personal insight, Sapp explained why he feels it is important to consistently use platforms like Facebook and Twitter to share his views with millions of people."I personally believe that social media is supposed to be used for the purpose of promotion and getting the word out.
"We also need to understand that there are people who may not have that notoriety that are being mistreated everyday, that don't get the opportunities that others do.