Ross May and Damon worked tirelessly in the studio for the better part of two years developing a unique sound for Ross as a solo artist. Formerly of the rap group Faded Chroniclez, Ross aimed to write songs that never strayed away from a hip hop sensibility yet had an organic instrument at it's core — the acoustic guitar.
The result of their combined efforts is Ross May's debut solo album titled "Live Your Dreams". The album's first single "Let Go and Fly" reached #52 on the national radio charts in the US and has earned Ross successful tours and exposure.
"Taking your time during pre-production always pays off on a project like this," says Cisneros. "You can't always just 'bang out a track' in a day. A really good final product takes work."