Hip-Hop Artist, Entertainer, Fashion Mogul, & Coach
Marshall Starks, III is a well-known Marion County youth recreational coach and sports entrepreneur today; but is perhaps best remembered for 56 TrappedOut Entertainment Company — the hip-hop, entertainment, & fashion empire, brand, and movement he built from Marion County in the mid-2000’s, and the hip-hop & trap sounds of his musical alter ego, Supe B. Marshall’s work in hip-hop lifestyle & entertainment helped put Marion County on the map as a hotspot for underground Black music and culture. He continues this work today through his coaching and management of the Marion Heat — Marion County’s competitive youth soccer team, which he runs with his wife, Misty Starks.
Please contact the Marion Voices Folklife + Oral History Project for inquiries or to be put in contact with Marshall Starks, III. Note that the 56TrappedOut Entertainment Co. & the Super B music project are largely retired c. 2020.
Hip-hop production; performance; live shows & booking; brand development; urban fashion; youth development & coaching
Music — Hip-Hop; Music — Trap; Arts of Adornment — Urbanwear/Fashion; Entertainment