Miley Cyrus isn’t the only chart-topper in Hannah Montana, as her co-star Emily Osment has also achieved that status for her music. The 17-year-old singer has just released her EP, titled All the Right Wrongs, last week and already it’s hitting the high notes. As of now, it’s #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and gaining even more fame.
On her official website, Emily Osment posted a video of herself talking about what All the Right Wrongs means to her. She discussed which one was her favorite among those songs she wrote personally, even though all the tunes connect with her on a deeper level.
Here’s the clip of the Hannah Montana starlet talking about how much her songs have been helping her develop into who she is now.
Emily Osment also allowed herself an interview with Eggplante!, wherein she truly delves into the making of her EP and everything she had to go through for its success. First off, there’s why she named it All the Right Wrongs.
“When it comes to naming your album, you really wanna think about it and I didn’t want to go the self-title route just because that’s boring, and I am far from boring!” she exclaimed. “It’s gotta be cool!”
Most of the songs in All the Right Wrongs, she explained, were about one’s struggle to survive being a teenager and growing up. “[I] f you can survive high school, you can survive anything,” she added.
Now, Emily Osment’s music is hardly anything like the bubblegum pop of Miley Cyrus‘. It’s simply because this musician has decided that Disney just wasn’t the right path for her.
“I’m not gonna hold back and this is my music and music is about being true to myself, and I felt like if I was restricting myself and what I want to say in my record, I felt like going with Disney would be the wrong move for me,” Emily said. “They’re a wonderful company and I’ve worked with them for four years and they’re amazing people, but when it comes to music, I’m kind of creating another road here and I wanna go with another company.”
That might be the case, but there will always be people comparing her to Miley Cyrus. Emily Osment is simply has a completely different style in her album, and she’s definitely proud of that.
“You know, you’re gonna get judged, so it’s just like, listen to it, you know?” Osment said. “People are going to say what they want to say, it’s alright, write a song about it, it’s okay!”
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: EmilyOsment.us, Eggplante!
(Image Courtesy of MTV)