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Maintaining a perfect balance between television and music is something not many can do. Usually one will begin to suffer as the weight of both can come crashing down. Stars like Donald Glover, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Lopez, and Jared Leto make it seem so easy. Being a former child star makes it that much harder. For Emily Osment, using Bluebiird as her musical alias, the artistic difference in her musical debut is a masterclass in growth and transformation.
Bluebiird isn’t like other singer-songwriters. Born out of pure bliss and evoking sweet emotions, Emily Osment allows Bluebiird to take flight for her relaunch back into the music business. Her music would be best described as a melancholy-like walk through a southern forest. Her music is soothing yet firm in its beliefs. The melodies dance around the fireflies in the moonlight, each bringing its own musical abundance. It seems this form suits Emily as she’s as honest and rawer than ever.
Bluebiird released her debut heartfelt single “Black Coffee Morning.” In this first outing, the singer-songwriter flexes her skills while letting the music do the work. It’s a soft-spoken, beautiful track that works well for the early morning…well, coffee. Full of subtle cheer, the track is a surprise for someone’s debut. It makes you wonder why it took so long for Bluebiird to spread its wings and soar.
Bluebiird released her debut EP When I Loved You back in 2019. The 5 track project is a testament to how becoming closer to your true self can be life-changing. Each song paints a picture of figuring out how to better become tuned in with the world. Bluebiird released her last single, “I Say A Little Prayer” in 2020. With hope, Emily Osment continues her path of soul searching with new material as the new year breaks.