GS: Yes! Well, I think it's just getting there. I've been building the momentum a little bit over the last little while, and I just locked in a great manager and a great agent. So that's a good step. I've just locked in the tools that I need and now it's a matter of getting there.
It's so competitive. I'm really confident, not in an arrogant way. I'm confident in the music side of things, and I'm confident in my musical ability. I've held back for eight years of my career because I felt I haven't been ready but now I just feel like it's my next challenge [to move to the United States]. I love music, and I want as many people to hear my music as possible. I'm going to give it a go, and if it doesn't happen, it doesn't happen. But at least I tried.
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