It's been a little over a year since I first released "Love The Way I See It". I still can remember the feeling I had when I completed the project. I knew I had something... something raw, something vulnerable something definitive. I was proud of myself for staying true to the type of music I wanted to create and it paid off for me as I was finally able to say I had a fan base. I had many positive reviews from those who had heard the project, but I was left just a little dissatisfied because I knew that it hadn't been heard by enough ears. I wanted the national recognition off of my first project, I wanted the hole in one. Needless to say I didn't receive that and it would fuel my fire to market myself wiser and more diligently.