Che “Rhymefest” Smith is a humanitarian hip-hop artist, writer, activist, political organizer, and teacher. In 2005, Rhymefest won a Grammy for co-writing the song “Jesus Walks” along with Kanye West. In 2006, he released his critically acclaimed “Blue Collar” album on Clive Davis’s J Records. Through his music, Che has broken glass ceilings and negative stereotypes about hip-hop. In 2013, Che’s wife, Donnie Smith, founded Donda’s House, a non-profit premium arts program that teaches people 15-24 years old studio etiquette, and creative writing. Most recently, Rhymefest won a Critics’ Choice award, a Golden Globe, and an Oscar for his work on the song “Glory” along with John Legend and Common. Currently the subject of a BreakThru Films documentary, In My Father’s House, explores fatherhood, homelessness, and family. Che is currently featured in the Emilio Estevez film “The Public” co-starring Alec Baldwin, Gabrielle Union and Taylor Schilling. Read more