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The LizyT Show with International Artist MR ROCKSTAR

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Talented individuals often have deep stories to tell. There is a certain struggle that comes with passion, but for Marvin Chappell, the challenges were far more dire than the rest. A talented musician from the early days of his childhood, he had always been passionate about music growing up. Straight out of Charleston, South Carolina, he began rapping at the age of 14 and never looked back. 

Marvin Chappell would often write songs to relive his headspace at certain situations that he faced in life, officially establishing his first rap name, Trey, and he was part of a group called Young Tymers. Growing up, he expressed that he was always singled out, so he wrote a lot of parodies, poems, sonnets, which became outlets for his feelings. “I have always been known for making music and songs about anything,” he expressed. Trey eventually took up his new rap name, Mr. Rockstar and molded his artistic brand accordingly. 

On the 8th of May 2001, Mr. Rockstar was shot in the upper hip while walking to the corner store. He was hospitalized and required constant therapy during the healing process. “I was already a mental basket case before the event and was really paranoid and battle-ready,” expressed the rising rapper. 

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