Simon D first said, "Thanks to the life pattern I had for 'SMTM5', I've become faster at album preparations." He went on to add, "Before 'SMTM5', I lived isolated because of producing. I didn't like going out and I was lazy, but since I had to make music in a short amount of time for 'SMTM5', I went to the studio like I was going to work every day and that created a pattern. It was the most efficient time I ever spent in my life."
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GRAY also stated that he achieved the goal of making his music more well known. He explained, "I can feel my popularity. I feel it more when I am overseas, and it's definitely different than before when I am just outside."
More of Simon D and GRAY's photos and interview can be found in the upcoming issue of 'High Cut'.