That's kinda how I feel like. When I started, I was a kid in the club. The only voice I had was through my music, through Big L. So me, Big L, and Pork, we became friends. I'd give the tracks to Big L and he would play 'em. And that's when Swift came to me, like, "Hey, you need to be givin' me some of this music, too." So I started givin' her the music, and then, because she had the power of the radio, she would give me these shout-outs and things like that, and I was like, "Wow, she didn't even have to do that." I was honored. She made my music heard in places that it ain't never been heard before. And later in life she came to me, tellin' me, "Hey, you got a fan base here, you got a fan base there, you doin' some big things." And if it wasn't for her, I wouldn't now be under Unruly, and I got music played overseas. That was unreal to me, bein' a little dude in the club and dancin'. She inspired all of us to do what we did then, and to go after more. Everyone here has accomplished things through the power of workin' under her and learnin' from her. And now everyone has their own company or has just expanded. From east to west Baltimore, you really can't mention anybody's name in this whole entire room, and somebody not know who you are. That's big, especially from not ever havin' a voice of anything, and you have a talent. Everybody in this room has a talent, whether you DJin', handlin' money, handlin' business, the voice, MCin'. She let us express ourselves, and then told us, "Hey, you have to go after more." She would call me personally, like, "Hey, what are you plannin' on doin', this and that?" I was like, "I dunno, I'm still makin' tracks." That's when she started doin' the whole Next Level thing, and I started producin' for her artists on that--that gave me an even bigger voice. So not only did she open up doors, but she made sure we didn't stop.