A Conversation With Supaman

From the pow wow highway to trailblazing youtube videos, Christian Parrish Takes-The-Gun is redefining contemporary Native music

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Adam Sings In The Timber

Christian Parrish Takes-The-Gun, a.k.a. Supaman, is a Native rapper from the Crow Nation most known for his Prayer Loop Song and Why music videos that have received millions of views on YouTube and Facebook. ICMN caught up with Supaman to talk about his journey and his love for hip hop culture.

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From the pow wow highway to trailblazing youtube videos, Christian Parrish Takes-The-Gun is redefining contemporary Native music

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