EAST ORANGE, NJ - The ChangeMaker Radio Show will interview Aly-us Also known as Supa from Aly-us. Supa has come upon a milestone on his musical journey. It has been 23 years for what is now known as a House Music classic "Follow Me”. 

It was created by three guys in the basement, Kyle (Small) Smith, William (Brian) Jennings and Eddie (Supa) Lewis. here have been many fabricated stories, but just to lay the rumors to rest, these are the true creators of "Follow Me “. Supa and Brian used to perform it together years ago but Brian no longer performs, so Supa performs the song solo and has several brand new singles which are currently on the rise.

Aly-us has also released "Beautiful" and "Get Up" Fiyah.  Aly-us is now working on several new projects with some renown producers. Aly-us & Todd Terry one of those producers collaborated on a new song with a video titled "Music Is My Life”. 

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Aly-us gives it all to God for allowing him to stand the test of time. He confesses he would be ‘nothing without Jesus his Lord and personal Savior’. Supa is also grateful to everyone of his fans who have supported him and continue to support him throughout this journey with God.

ChangeMaker will also feature as special guest, Foremost Poets aka Johnny Dangerous 
Noble John Ali (Birth name: John Holiday) 

The Foremost Poets have been reshaping dance, funk and the spoken word. Johnny is Philadelphia born, but raised in Newark, New Jersey. He began his love for music as a jazz band drum major in Arts High School & the Barringer High School in the 1980's. 

He began his career as a resident DJ at Club America from 1989-1990, alongside DJs Naeem Johnson, DJ Camacho, Carlton Rosebure, DJ Slim, Messy Marv (Virginia), Kerri Chandler (The Great) & many others from Jersey. With many House Music greats, Johnny is one of the original 1990 inventors of the Deep House sound through his own blend of future funk & spoken word. 

His career is replete with diversity, dropping a catalog of underground singles under two different names. In 1990, he released his first underground Foremost Poets single "Reasons To Be Dismal?" on Nu Groove/ SBK Records. A few years later, with no promotion, he dropped the Johnny Dangerous atomic bomb "Problem 13 (I Beat That B..ch With A Bat)" (1993). In 1998, Johnny recorded "MoonRaker" on Sound-Men On Wax (SOW) Records. This record crossed over into many styles of electronic dance music and can be heard in big rooms, festivals and local venues worldwide. All DJs from David Guetta to Funk Master Flex use Johnny’s vocal acapella as "DJ tools”. 

Known for various productions and remixes, his vocals are most frequently sampled and his sound is emulated worldwide. "There may be many Johnny Dangerous', but there's only one Foremost Poets”.

The Change Makers radio show has been making waves since it aired in October of 2015. Each week it features politicians, entertainers, filmmakers, and entrepreneurs alike along with other very notable guests.The co-hosts Royston Allman, Rebecca Saint Louis, and Eric Perryman

bring a combined twenty years of experience in broadcasting. Every Saturday you can hear them engaging in enlightening discussions with news-makers from across the country and abroad about the issues of the day.

It airs every Saturday from 10am-11am EST on 107.9 FM. In Studio Call In Lines: (973) 672- 1271 & (973) 677- 3753 You can also tune in online for Facebook Live on the The Changemakers Show Page,  www.rth2000.com or via phone at (712) 832-2637