The world fell in love with Bigg Marv on the hit A&E show HAMMERTIME, but he is so much more than just the cousin of M. C. Hammer and a reality star. In fact since the show wrapped he has been busy spending time supporting causes that matter to him, like working with the Boys & Girls Club, supporting the troops and their families through projects with MISSION ONE VOICE and encouraging reading with Conversations Book Club. Now as summer comes to an end he is stepping back in the spotlight in a new show and with a new game.
"I never really went anywhere," Bigg Marv says while enjoying some down time during the filming his new show LET ME RIDE. "I've been busy working in the community and as road manager for Street Low Magazine." Street Low Magazine, owned by Gilbert Chavez, Known for encouraging the role of family and featuring some of the hottest cars and beautiful women, LET ME RIDE (produced by Even Flow Entertainment CEO John Boggs under the direction of Dylan Costa) showcases the behind the scenes world of the publication and the lifestyle associated with it, including what Chavez and his team are doing for their family while pursuing their dreams.
Aside from the reality show Bigg Marv is also excited about a new game he has coming out through Atomic Fun Shak called Bigg Marv’s Adventure. The deal was worked on with Atomic’s own Philly Joe, Director of Marketing and New Developments.
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