You’ve performed in Miami a few times lately. How do you like it here?
Well, let me say it by starting like this. I just got back from New Orleans, right. I’ve played New Orleans maybe two or three times before, but I never really got the spirit or the essence of New Orleans. Since I actually had the chance to spend a significant amount of time there, which I did, I was there for maybe four days for an artist’s retreat. We were brought there by two great organizations, ATC, Air Traffic Control and the Future of Music Coalition, which was an honor, because they brought different artists from every walk of life and in essence, they brought us there to expose us to the resources that are available for artists, platforms, and how we can take these resources and use them in a real way for us to tackle certain issues, policies or causes that’s real to us. I haven’t had the chance to spend any real time in Miami to soak up the real essence of the place, kinda in and out. What I’ve experienced is a lot of love, it’s been cool for the short time I’ve been there. But I would like to actually be there for maybe a week or two, and really see Miami from the community’s standpoint and really hang out, not just the tourist area or not just coming to play a gig, but just actually spend some time there.