Woods told Pitchfork
that though it was hard for her to be masculine and assertive, voicing Miles Davis was a good feeling. "Miles used his power," she explained: "He would speak really softly in meetings with white executives so they would have to lean in. He'd turn his back to the audience, like, I'm not here to perform for you white people, I'm playing my music and I don't need to shuck and jive for you. I appreciated that."