Hip-Hop Artist FM Supreme Blends Music and Activism

Chicago-born Rapper Defines Herself as “Peace Activist”

May 17, 2015 – Melissa Harris-Perry had a great segment today on her MSNBC show about music and activism, and how popular music like rock and roll and hip-hop have shaped and played a role in our culture. One of the guests she had on her show is Chicago-Born hip-hop artist Jessica Disu, her stage name is FM Supreme, who calls herself a “peace activist” and “humanitarian rap artist” and works hard at bringing change to the community on world in a positive way. Jessica/FM is also a poet, and won the Chicago youth poetry slam festival twice, and has travelled the world with her poetry and words. Check out this amazing musical activist on a Melissa Harris-Perry clip below, and also her website link is below with lots of her music and poetry.

FM Supreme on Melissa Harris-Perry MSNBC Show



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