SUPA EMCEE nominated as ‘rapper of the year’
Highland Park rapper recognized for 4th annual 2012 Detroit Black Music Awards
HIGHLAND PARK — Jim-mie “SUPA EMCEE” Brown, Highland Park native, entertainer and community activist, was nominated as “Rapper of the Year” for the fourth Annual 2012 Detroit Black Music Awards.
The Detroit Black Music Awards in collaboration with the Motown Alumni Association is elated to present this years’ event. “It is more than an honor to be noticed and nominated for my talents,” says SUPA EMCEE. “Even more important is the opportunity I have to represent other upcoming artists and the citizens and city of Highland Park.”
Detroit Black Music Awards (DBMA) officials say this year’s talent is among the best entertainers in the Motor City and as one of the premier award ceremonies in the area.
For more information call 313.345.6169 or visit www.detroitblackmusicaward.com to vote for “SUPA EMCEE” and purchase tickets for this phenomenal community tribute. The event will be held on Aug. 5 at 2739 Bert’s Warehouse Theater in Detroit, Michigan. The VIP Reception starts at 5 p.m. General public doors open at 6:30 p.m. Showtime is at 7:30 p.m.