Bermudian rapper KASE was the final speaker of the day and he provided an entertaining rap to sum up all the previous speakers and singers. *Photo by Kageaki Smith
Bermudian rapper KASE was the final speaker of the day and he provided an entertaining rap to sum up all the previous speakers and singers. *Photo by Kageaki Smith

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17: Bermudian rapper KASE was the final speaker of the day and he provided an entertaining wrap to sum up all the previous speakers and singers.

KASE, which stands for Knowledge Applied Street Etiquette, began rapping at age 12. He said some of his greatest achievements were performing with Heather Nova and at a racial equity conference in Colorado with the Wu Tang Clan and Ghostface Killah.

He then went through each of the speakers/singers and gave them a shout out in his rap.

About Paralympian Jessica Lewis he rapped:

“Big ups to you and Jessica Lewis, One of the truest of inspirations, In my life and my music, If she can do it what she do, From a chair and a tunic , You should be able to get up out of a chair, And just do it”.

KASE was very well-received by the audience and provided an inspirational end to the day’s events.