Miracle chukwuocha aka CSCODE is a Nigerian emerging & talented artist known for his playful and lyrical creative art. Introduced to me by a mutual friend in Ikorodu Lagos state Nigeria, the young star who introduced his genres of music as Afro-Pop, hails from the eastern part of the country. On my first contact with him in the company of two other upcoming local musicians, I was quick to spot the shining star right inside of him, his soft-spoken approach in response to my questions. In fact, I see him as cool headed and ever ready to learn. and the proof are evidenced in his remixed and studio repackaging of his “old starter songs” after my thorough review and critique of the production qualities. CSCODE is indeed an artist with rare and unique style and quality. With his new studio freshly cooked and well blended songs Titled, DEPEND ON NOBODY and ANGELLA, currently trending on radio airwave across the Eastern part of the country, CSCODE is the star of the moment. In this exclusive interview with the young star, in Aba Abia state where he is currently promoting this Two new singles, He told E-BIZ ENTERTAINMENT PRESS about his music career, background and much more…

  1. Tell us about your background?

My Name is Miracle Chukwuocha aka CSCODE, I Am from imo state Nigeria I came from a poor background My parents are Mr& Mrs Rita chukwuocha They live at asa umumbade in abia state aba and We are two in my family, me and my sister. Am the only son of my parents and My mother particularly is a trader

  1. What first got you into music?

I started singing in  the church as a choir member before I met one miss joy and she in admiration of my performance & vocals in the church choir, admonished and told me that I can sing very well and that got me, and that was how I decided to make my first studio move to record my first song at Lars B studio in aba abia state.

      3              Who inspired you to make music?

I am self-inspired for de fact I started singing in the church in view of the encounter I just explained, and I started writing & composing music with my mother’s always being there to give both spiritual and moral guidance and support. In fact, if anyone is there to inspire me apart from my creator in heaven then that’s my mum. Because her push and insistence for me to not only go to church, but also insist I be actively involved

      4               How would you describe the music that you typically create?

I am majorly an afro pop artist however base on my diverse creative abilities I still do other songs like hip-pop and blues

  1.  What is your creative process like?

My creative process usually evolves base on circumstances and experience around me at any particular point in time… and so if I am moved or touched by the circumstance I write a song and produce that’s it…

  1. What is your selling point as an artist?

my vocal and my stage performance

7.Who would you most like to collaborate with?

Davido with rudeboy and Wizkid

  1. If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?


  1. What is one message you would give to your fans?

Try depend on nobody just believe in your God and yourself because what thus not kill you can only make you stronger

  1. What is the most useless talent you have?


  1. Do you sing in the shower? What songs?

Yes I do I love to sing this my song called Angela with depend on nobody and one chance

  1. Who is your celebrity crush and what do you like about him/ her?

2face Idibia, because of his experience and achievement in the industry

  1. What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?

Trading I mean fashion design and clothing line

  1. Where have you performed? What are your favorite and least favorite venues? Do you have any upcoming shows?

Actually, I have had a lot of performances both here in Aba and Lagos, but more significantly is my performance in the SHRINE in Lagos State Nigeria I mean FELA AFRICAN SHRINE IKEJA. I don’t have any upcoming show because of this coronavirus

  1. How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?

Great and real positive, I feel good is not bad

  1. What is your favourite song to perform?


  1. Which famous musicians do you admire?


  1. What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

I have not gotten into trouble before

  1. What is the best advice you’ve been given as an artist?

Never give up if you try and fail you try again and again

  1. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

Nothing to change rather than to add more

  1. What’s next for you?

I’m always pushing forward, because art is a language and music is art. a language spoken and well understood by many around the world. So, if I can be able to make a real positive impact in the life of people all around the world via my music, if people emulate my work then that’s a positive thing, it’s very complimentary.”