Andrew Keating, director of communications, 406.657.1104, andrew.keating@rocky.edu

Crow hip-hop artist Supaman to perform at Rocky Mountain College

BILLINGS, January 19, 2018 – Rocky Mountain College will host a performance by Christian Parrish Takes the Gun, known professionally as rapper Supaman, Thursday, January 25, 2018, in the Losekamp Auditorium, at 7:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Supaman is set to rap original work while performing his nationally recognized traditional fancy dance. The performance will combine Native American culture with hip-hop music.

Supaman, raised in the Crow Agency of Montana, has established himself as an influential force in the Native American hip-hop scene. In 2003, his Native American hip-hop group Rezawrecktion’s first album It's Time won a Native American Music Award. Supaman has released four solo albums and received coverage for the song “Why?” featuring Acosia Red Elk.  Supaman is featured in the Taboo video "Stand Up/Stand N Rock #NoDAPL" which won an MTV Video Music Award for Best Video with a Social Message in 2017. He has been a nominee and recipient of awards including the Aboriginal Peoples Music Choice Award, the Tuney Award, and the North America Indigenous Music Award for his work as a DJ, rapper, and fancy dancer.

All members of the Billings and RMC community are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact the RMC Office of Media and Communications: 406.657.1104 or media@rocky.edu


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