Kiddo Marv debuted his first project Dying 2 Live in September 2015. Known for his crazy word play, and ability to freestyle on any beat, fast or slow with such aggression that demands the attention of all. This project really opened up the eyes and ears of many. In May 2016 Kiddo Marv released his single Watch Me featuring Free
Bandz Gang, Zoey Dollaz, and Maybach Music Sam Sneak right before Haitian Flag Day. Watch Me gained the attention of DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Charlemagne The God on Breakfast Club and others. Watch Me has
been spreading like a wild fire from Miami, FL to the streets of New York. Receiving recognition from Jerry Wonders, Arsonal Da Rebel, and more.
On July 30th, 2016 Kiddo Marv teamed up with Mirror Monk to put together their own concert called ‘Respect Our Name’. Respect Our Name was funded, curated, and headlined by these two Haitian American boys out of Miami Dade. The concert impacted the city on a major way, with over 400 people in attendance.
Kiddo Marv has recently released his second project ‘Dying 2 Live Again’ showing off his creative, and diverse sound. Kiddo Marv composes music for everyone, inspired by real life experiences, and emotions. Composing music for the club, for the radio, for the kids. Creating the music that will get you through the most challenging days, that feel good motivational music. Presently Kiddo Marv is working on his music being heard, and recognized all across the world, from shows, features, and more visuals for the people to see. Also impacting the Hip Hop scene in a positive way that inspire, and motives. Living by the quote “Ignore the hate, by focusing on the love”. With future aspirations to one day change the way music is made, not focusing on violent music, but the feel good, soulful, and motivational music that the kids of the next generation can learn from. Kiddo Marv goal is to make a money to take care of his family stuck in Haiti, and build a better future for them and himself.
Twitter: @kiddosplashmarv X @arsonaldarebel
BIOGRAPHY: Named the Young Haitian Assassin, Kiddo Marv (born Marvin Beauville on January 6th, 1994) in Miami, FL has made a name for himself, and his music in little over a year. Kiddo (Kings in Denial Don’t Overcome) Marv was introduced to the art of making music at the early age of 11. Kiddo Marvrepresents his hometown Miami Dade, and Haitian culture, proudly: from the beat selection, melodic tone, language and rapid flow.