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Born on March 5th, 1958, he and his fraternal twin brother, Carvin – who was born first – were the third and fourth children born to David "Pop" Winans, Sr. He spent his childhood in Detroit, Michigan with nine siblings: David II, Ronald, Carvin, Michael, Daniel, Benjamin (Be Be), Priscilla (Ce Ce), Angelique (Angie), and Deborah (Debbie).

Marvin started singing as a teenager in the 1970s, as part of a group (which included his brothers Ronald, Carvin, and Michael) called “The Testimonial Singers”.

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