BYP100’s FM Supreme to be honored at 43rd Annual Rainbow PUSH convention
BYP100’s very own FM Supreme will be honored at Rainbow PUSH’s 43rd Annual International Convention at the end of this month.
The humanitarian and Hip-Hop artist will receive the Trailblazer award.
According to a press release, FM Supreme, born Jessica Disu, will be awarded during the convention’s International Women’s Luncheon. She will be honored alongside Cook County Board President Toni Preckwrinkle and Ann Brown of The VA Hospital on June 30th.
Disu has shared stages and performed at conferences with the likes of Russell Simmons, Lupe Fiasco, Common, MC Lyte, Nick Cannon, Spike Lee, Melissa Harris Perry (MSNBC/Tulane University), Chuck D (Public Enemy), Prodigy (Mobb Deep), Christopher “Play” Reid (Kid N Play), Steve Stoute (Translation LLC), Stephen G. Hill (BET), Q Tip, Andre Harrell, Mayor Rahm Emanuel (Chicago), Mitch Landrieu (New Orleans) Michael Nutter (Philadelphia) and a host of activists, scholars, artists, policy makers and elected officials on a Cities United crusade to decrease violence in inner city communities and to positively uplift Black males in the media with Open Society Foundation’s Campaign for Black Male Achievement. FM Supreme is founder of Chicago International Youth Peace Movement and co founder of The Peace Exchange: Chicago – Asia 2013.
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