Seniors Win Concert of the Year

by Brandon Holley-Nelson

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The Senior class pose for a picture during the concert with the performers. The class of 2018 won the surprise concert for the most in attendance two days in a row and broke the tie with juniors, class of 2019. Photo Credit: Tamara Bell

The classes were given a challenge to have the most students in attendance on National Come to School Day. The class of 2018 and 2019 were tied for the most students in attendance and the contest continued to the next day. The class of 2018 was determined they would be the class on top for attendance and they won with that determination. The reward was a secret and the students had no idea it was a concert and the performer was not revealed.

The seniors impatiently waited for the concert of the year, wondering who was performing. The time was approaching after motivational words of no matter who you are or where you’re from you can be anything you want to be. It was finally time to turn up! The crowd went crazy when they heard “Swag Surfin’” by F.L.Y. and that was just to get the crowd hype!

“When that first song came on everybody started getting lit’, because when you hear that song it like instantly makes you just want to get hype,“ senior Jaqwavien Hudson said.

Seniors experienced one of the best events all year and had beyond fun.

“It was real cool, to be honest I didn’t think it would be that good, but it turned out way better than what I thought, it was lit’,” senior Kevin Presley said.

Kidd Swagga successfully took the crowd being the opening performance of the show.

“The first performance by Kidd Swagga had everybody dancing, jumping, and yelling,”senior Joshua Valdez said.

“He was cool. He had the crowd hyped and had his lil dancers,” senior Jordan Richmond said. “That’s what it’s about, taking over the crowd and turning up.”

The next performer everybody was familiar with was Brandoshis! He had the crowd not only dancing but singing along to his well known song “Don’t Judge Me.”

“Everybody was already familiar with who he was and sang along with the song of course,” Richmond said. “Everybody was rocking with him and plus a lot of people can relate to the song,”