#CODESalute-Greenhill At 20!
By Byaruhanaga Felix (@TheNinjaFelix)
We got in touch with CODE to tell us more about the Monday morning performance.
“Imagine walking through those navy blue gates down to a school that you haven’t been in for 3 years. Looking for familiar faces and immediately being thrown back to time when you were a student. Hearing your name being announced at the same assembly you used to attend from third floor outside the arts class. Performing on stage to a crowd of 1,300 students. Now imagine each and everyone of those students rapping your first hit single word for word and singing the hook like they learnt it in class. And finishing off with a wave of enormous applause. That was Monday for me.”
“Literature was MY TIME to shine. I always had an answer for everything I was asked. It’s like I was never short of words. Sometimes, that confidence got me more attention than necessary but to me, it was always great feeling to play with words, expand knowledge and to read widely….And it shows in my music. My poetry classes had Rhythm and Rhyme lessons in them. Rhythm And Poetry=RAP!!!” CODE says.
He also praises Greenhill for being the birthplace for his major hit, Shut It Down. “Shut It Down wouldn’t have happened if I didn’t meet Ms .Ariho Esther at Greenhill whom you know as Essie. She sang everywhere man you name it. At assemblies, talent shows, sunday services, everywhere. We clicked and i told her that one day when we left high school, we would do a song together.”
SHUT IT DOWN became that song and flung CODE into mainstream UG Hip-Hop. We now see why CODE loves Greenhill so much.
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