Born Marc Auguste on October 9th 1982 in Port-A-Prince, Haiti, Disciple grew up in church and was raised in a Christian environment. Marc spent most of his life questioning if there really was a God. Marc was also in church with the rest of his family almost every Sunday but never really had a real relationship with Jesus Christ as a child.
Marc has been into music for as long as he can remember. It didn't matter what kind of music it was, music fascinated him. He quickly developed a talent for percussion and by the age of 10 he was playing the drums. That same year, Marc was introduced to and fell in love with rap music. He loved rap music so much that he would buy entire albums and memorized them from beginning to end.
By the age of 14, Marc was going to Boston Latin School but the school's way of teaching was more than what Marc was used to. As a result he gave up on school and turned to the street. It was that same year that Marc went to a youth retreat in New Hampshire and accepted Jesus as his personal Lord and Savior. Two weeks after his encounter with Christ, Marc prayed for a unique gift that would allow him to minister to others.
The next day Marc wrote his first verse and realized that it was rapping. Marc's cousin and best friend Jean Daniel was a Christian rapper at the time so Marc told him about his new found desire to preach the Gospel through rap music. When Jean heard Marc rhyme for the first time, he was so impressed that he allowed Marc to rap at some events that he had coming up. The first time that Marc rapped on stage God used him to minister and the crowd loved it and that same night Jean gave Marc his stage name: Disciple. Ever since then Marc has been honing his skills through prayer, practice and plenty of ministry opportunities.