Last year I was contacted on my Soundcloud by someone asking if I would be interested in singing on a song he wrote. Initially I was like, who is this guy messaging me? I think he had to contact me a couple more times before we ended up emailing and scheduling a phone call. He sent me the song around Christmas time and I played it at my grandparents house. Everyone who heard it liked it and said to go for it. I wasn't sure I was going to be good at it, but I practiced a zillion times and eventually scheduled a recording session. The day before I almost backed out I was so nervous but I'm so glad I didn't. I did an amazing job in the studio giving take after take of options for the songwriter and engineer to pick from. I had to go back multiple times because of allergies( I fixed them with the NEAT btw), to do harmonies and also oohs and ahhs. The oohs and ahhs were in a choral register and I was so lightheaded from it that I had to take one tiny direction at a time. I could not be more proud of my work on this song. I later found out that the song was written with my voice in mind! I have become good friends with the songwriter, David Nyro and am currently working with the engineer and producer for that song Jakael Tristam. I was so impressed with the pro level both of these guys are at. They really got the best possible performance out of me and I'm so happy to be working with Jakael now on my own stuff. The Man in the Window is in a variety of places online. If you listen to it on Indie Music People, you can contribute to the song winning an award. You can also hear it on Spotify and Pandora, and buy it on iTunes and Amazon. There is a longer version of the song on YouTube and Soundcloud.