Paul Sahagun (formerly Tha Wreking Ball) / Blog

My thoughts on the release of Say Hello To Tha Good Guy

I've finally released "Say Hello To Tha Good Guy". Its been a long time coming. This album is a current representation of where I'm at musically. I've done everything on this album including writing, producing, performing, recording, mixing, mastering etc.

Although I've done most everything on my own, I don't feel I did it alone. I've had help from various people along the way including my niece Nicole Sahagun who is featured in the 2nd track "Dance Like David" and other people who've given me tips, tricks, and inspirations along the way. I also had much help from a very special person who allowed me time when I wasn't bringing in much money.

After so many years of doing this rap thing, its a great feeling to have an album distributed for worldwide availability. My true hope is to bring glory to God and to positively affect other peoples lives with my music.

With my music, I feel I'll be a bit like Elvis in the future. He had a lot of songs that had very little or nothing to do with his faith, but he also put out gospel albums, and he always wanted to please the crowd. In future albums, they may not be all about faith, but they'll likely still have christian overtones.

I don't know what the future holds for me, but I'm ready for it. With the completion of this album, I feel one of my main purposes in life has been completed. This album has taken me a little over 3 years to complete. I know I've made a lot of mistakes, and there were a lot of things I could do better, but if I kept going back and doing things over and over, this album would never come out. I had to take a chance and just get it out the best I can do NOW and move forward! Now that its out, I feel like a weight has been lifted off of my shoulders, and I feel more free to pursue new projects.

I know that I've already affected people's lives in a positive way. My hope is, my music will do the same.