What got you into music, and if you had not gotten into music what would you be doing today? I got into music by accident at a young age. My parents were delayed on booking summer camps and there was one week where there was only one camp left available in the city for my age: a songwriting camp. I had done talent shows before and always enjoyed singing, but I never really gave it any thought before that point. I ended up loving it, especially songwriting. I joined the performance program they offered, and the rest is history. Over the next few years with my band, everyone who came out to shows always told me I should pursue music full time, and that I had ‘it’ (still not exactly sure what that means). But I also heard the stories from other musicians about how hard a road it is to follow so I was tentative about it. Then when the pandemic happened, I felt what a colossal loss it was to not be able to play music. That’s when I decided that I would do anything it took to make that my life. When I was younger, my interest in mental health also made me wonder about pursuing neuropsychology or forensic psychology. But the truth is, I really believe that I would have ended up in music either way. I can’t help but be thankful that I found my calling so early. I just had to accept it and the road ahead. The passion overruled anything else for me.