uh, it was 2012. Because that's when that's when I I actually started recording because I used to work with friends who were already in the music scene, but, uh, for me, it was more about okay, follow them to the shows. And they used to rely on me Israel for, uh, their compositions because I think at the time I was I was too much focus on writing songs for other people. And, uh, my friends, actually and, uh, yeah, one of those days, uh, we went to the studio and one of them said, Hey, man, we need a couple more bars. And what about Pedro? Why don't you put some lines? Uh, you could try and, uh maybe in my feet and sounds cute. And I told them that I'm not really ready. I'm not ready for that. I'm not ready for that. And I also didn't have that confidence that if I go to the booth, I would do something like great, because I also didn't want to support their music, the sound and they insisted. And I went to the to the booth and, uh, yeah, I recorded, and everybody was Everybody was laughing and, uh, I was like, Okay, what are these people laughing I'm doing? My best is I'm not. I'm not At that time, I was not too much on on the singing stuff. It was more about writing, and, uh, they were laughing. So I got out of the boat and I asked the guys why you guys loving and they were like, No, it's okay. It's okay. It's just that you are, uh, the way you're switching the flows and all that. I mean, it's not coming out. Well, why don't you do this instead of doing that? And, uh, I was like, Okay, cool. So I went back to the both and I kept repeating the same mistakes over and over again, and I later on going disappointed because I was they were trying to push me in the I think the problem with me was, uh, the confidence which I did or not. And, uh, I didn't hand up recording because when I was, I thought I was I was really Actually, in my best, I was doing my best, but they kept laughing, and I was like, Okay, maybe this is not my take. It's not my stuff. So I left the booth and I went to see the on the other side of the studio and people were just laughing. But don't worry. You're going to improve. You just need to practice. And it was actually I wouldn't say it was good, but it was bad because I got embarrassed. I go disappointed. I didn't want to go to the both. They insisted me to do that. And I went there. They were laughing. And I was like, Oh, uh, it's not really my take. Uh, I should not do that. And it was, like, kind of funny for them, but yeah, I got disappointed. Embarrassed, but yeah, Later. And I to improve when music passion really touched my blood. And yeah, well, tell me about that. When did you When did the music passion touch?