Supaman is a hip-hop artist from the Apsaalooke Nation, better known as the Crow Nation, in Montana. He is known in the Native American community for sticking to his roots in the Pow Wow trail. And his performances onstage. He has spoken and performed in his regalia, known in the Native American community as the Men's Fancy Dance.

He has released several albums and won many awards -- from the Aboriginal Peoples Music Choice Award to the Native American Music Award and the North American Indigenous Music Award. He's also a seven-time Tuney Award winner.

Most recently, Supaman, also known for the "Prayer Loop Song" video which has been seen worldwide, has worked with many musicians in the Native American Community. And is collaborating with Taboo from Grammy Award Winning group Black Eyed Peas.

Supaman has participated in the Protest at Standing Rock. Protesting against the Dakota Access Pipeline. Along with many other celebrities including Mark Ruffalo, Adam Beach, Shailene Woodley, and many more. Along with over 500 tribes from across the country.

This Friday (Dec. 2), he will take the stage at The Seasons Performance Hall at 7:30 p.m. to combine hip-hop, comedy and Native American culture. This is an all ages show.

For ticket info click here.

Check him out on Facebook, too:
www.facebook.com/pg/Supamanhiphop