The AF-supergiants in the Galaxy and the SMC allow us to examine predictions from evolution models through their CNO abundances. In these proceedings, we recalculate the NLTE nitrogen abundances in 22 Galactic and 9 SMC A-supergiants using improved atomic data and model atmospheres to compare with new evolution models. The new abundances are higher than previously published values, and suggest that most of these stars have undergone substantial mixing with CN-cycled gas. While there is no clear relationship with mass, there is an apparent relation with metallicity since the SMC stars (including B-stars) have larger nitrogen enrichments. We suggest that rotational mixing is indicated from the main-sequence throughout the supergiant range, with more substantial rotational mixing in the SMC stars. In addition, the SMC AF-supergiants appear to have undergone the first dredge-up during a previous red giant phase, and possibly the Galactic AF-supergiants have as well. All abundances are compared to the new solar abundances from M. Asplund (this conference).