Well, people have definitely been loving it. Even from doing the album release show, just hearing everyone’s chanting, and affirming YES, YES, that means a lot. When people are reacting to it, that shows the people love it, and the music is great. People can react to it, they can really think on it. I think the most rewarding is to give people a platform, to be able to give people opportunity to speak or express themselves in whatever creative form they contributed to. That’s the most rewarding, to be able to share the gift with other people. It’s not an easy process, because we’ve had a lot of people that joined, a lot of people that’s left, and the remaining people that stood with this project, and that tells me a lot, the people that were dedicated and thankful. I am always telling them “Thank you for being a part of Synergy” and they are saying thank you right back. It’s good to have people who will always appreciate each other. I just want us to keep skyrocketing. Last night I submitted the music videos to a few film festivals. I want this project to keep living. I don’t want this project to be released and that’s it. I want Missy Elliot to see it. I want Queen Latifah to see this. Because this has NEVER BEEN DONE. An all-women produced and perform hiphop album has not been done before. I want people to create dances to it, to implement it in their hiphop curriculum, to do workshops around it. I don’t want it to ever die down.