Aimée Osbourne aka ARO, who was featured with a cover for The Untitled Magazine‘s #GirlPower Issue, has premiered a rendition of LCD Soundsystem’s “I Can Change.” Described as stunning, the song has come out as ARO released a West Coast Show and confirmed her performance at SXSW Music Conference 2016 in Austin, Texas. Osbourne, who opted out of starring in MTV reality show The Osbournes when she was sixteen, has done her best to pursue a life of anonymity. Explaining to The Untitled Magazine, she said of the show, “I knew it wasn’t going to be right for me.”
Instead, Osbourne has found her place in the musical scene by “doing her own thing.” Her debut single, “Raining Gold,” was released to critical acclaim. Now she’s back at it with “I Can Change,” which has received much praise. Excitingly, ARO will debut new material on February 9th on stage at The Echo in Los Angeles.
In The Untitled Magazine‘s interview, Osbourne lists her influences as Erykah Badu, Johnny Bash, Massive Attack, the Talking Heads, and of course, her father, whom she admires for his accomplishments over the course of his career. Of Ozzy she stated, “You go to his shows and there are four-year-olds and seventy-five-year-olds there.” While Osbourne is still at the start of her music career, it seems that she’s on a successful path, much like the family members who came before her.
Watch our behind the scenes video with Aimée featuring her song “Raining Gold”:
AIMEE OSBOURNE aka ARO BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEO – THE #GIRLPOWER ISSUE 8
Photography and Video Direction by Indira Cesarine
Fashion Editor: Indira Cesarine
Makeup: Roberto Morelli
Hair: Anthony Hernandez
Video Capture: Joel Pitra
Video Edit: Michael A. Hollembeak
Music: “Raining Gold” by ARO