1998-me and Jesse Cook! He asked me to record the vocals for his slow down exoctic version of Stevie Wonder's classic "Superstitious" in Toronto. I remember when he made the call at my mom's house and she passed the phone to me. I was extremely sick with the flu and could barely speak, but confirmed the Monday session which was 2 days away! When I hung up the phone, I first jumped for joy and in disbelief, then I said to myself...WHAT THE HEC, I CANNOT EVEN SPEAK! So, I drank tea non stop day and night, night and day. It worked out! It was another exciting moment in my life. It was also my very first professional session as a vocalist where I got paid! lol I remember bringing these energy power bars to his studio. I offered one to Jesse and his teeth got stuck in them. I had a bag full lol. He looked amused. Hey I was just a kid...he needed to test my vocals in the sound booth, so I started rapping a hip hop track! I was working @ HMV in the basement/ hip hop department at the time on 333 yonge street. I was all hip hopped out. I made Jesse Cook laugh a lot. Although the track didn't make the cut for his Vertigo album, it was a moment I'll never forget.