Bea Miller and Her Underrated Era of Music!

Have you heard about Bea Miller? Well now’s the time!

image2 (1)Courtesy of Bea Miller’s official Facebook page

Beatrice “Bea” Annika Miller is an 18 year old singer, song-writer, and actress.
She was on season two of Simon Cowell‘s The X Factor USA in 2012. Although she didn’t get the #1 spot, she left the competition in 9th place. In April 2013, she was officially signed to Hollywood Records and Syco Music.
Since then, she has released her debut EP “Young Blood” in 2014 and her debut album “Not an Apology” in 2015. Both of those entered the Billboard 200 charts.
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Courtesy of Bea Miller’s official Facebook page
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This year she began her latest trilogy project. In February, she released Chapter One: Blue, an EP filled with ballads and bops including the emotional track, I Can’t Breathe— a song about her wanting to go back in time to when she could connect her mind and her body instead of being so distant from herself. Burning Bridges is the song in which she samples “London Bridge is Falling Down” and talks about wanting to burn the bridges of her relationship down but ends up drowning in the water underneath her. Last but not least, Song Like You— a bop in which she personifies a song and rants about how if this person was a song, she would “play it every night” but at the same time it would turn her color into blue. What she means by that line, is what the whole EP is about. In recent interviews, she states that when she listens to music, she relates the mood into colors. Blue being the sadness or loneliness—which in fact, you can hear it in her voice.
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Courtesy of Bea Miller’s official Facebook page
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Chapter Two: Red is the second part to her trilogy, with the songs Like ThatBuy Me Diamonds, and Warmer. This chapter, unlike the first one, associates its songs with the color red—mixing it with the emotion of anger. In the first track, you can hear the anger in her voice as she sings about the way a person treated her throughout the relationship and asks a lot of what if’s. Again, in this chapter, the second song is the upbeat bop—Buy Me Diamonds is the song where she wants to get over it and stop looking into relationships by stating “Save your love and buy me diamonds”. Lastly, Warmer is a slower track reminding us of those nights when we drive around late at night and rethink a lot of things—also describing the red feeling of getting angry or “warmer”.
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Courtesy of Bea Miller’s official Facebook page
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Coming out later this year will be the last chapter of Bea Miller‘s trilogy— Chapter Three: Yellow! But for now, you can watch the music videos for the songs released so far from these two chapters (Yes, she’s making a music video for EACH song)!
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Are you as excited for Chapter Three: Yellow as we are?
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Article Written by 
Christopher San Miguel
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