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Extended Interview with Supaman, performing at the Banff Centre


In his viral music video for Prayer Loop Song, Supaman steps in front of the camera in full fancy dance regalia, begins playing traditional Apsáalooke rhythms and melodies on a drum and a flute, loops it all, then he beatboxes, sings, raps, scratches on a turntable, and performs a dance that incorporates hip-hop and fancy dance elements.

Since garnering millions of views with that first big 2014 hit, Montana-based Supaman has become globally renowned for his unique and innovative sense of expression, his blending of Indigenous cultural traditions with hip-hop performance styles, and for the uplifting message of positivity, hope and love that he sends out to Indigenous youth everywhere.

Just ahead of his January 27th performance at The Banff Centre, Supaman joined Grant Stovel to talk about what motivates him to create, the important place that joy and laughter hold in healing, his striking latest album Medicine Bundle, and his long-time connection with Alberta.