First off I wanted to thank you for your contribution to the music scene and your unique style that caught my ear right off the bat. I remember when I first heard Ghostwriter in the film Prime, ever since then I have been hooked. Your creations have also allowed me to discover more artists with similar characteristics that I have come to enjoy.
Anyways, on to my question. I have an opportunity to showcase some instrumentals I have composed via a close friend of mine who is climbing the ranks at Def Jam in New York. She wants to use the songs for a demo that she will be submitting. I am excited about the possible exposure but worried that her voice, while talented, might be ill-suited for the particular tracks as I envisioned a strong male vocalist originally during creation. I sent her the tracks purely for inspiration and she ended up really liking them. The tracks represent some of my strongest works and I am worried that her vocals might cause the A&R to under appreciate the instrumentals. Are these self-proclaimed instrumental gems something I just need to let go and be heard, or should I keep them under wraps until the right artist comes along?