By Jaci Jedrych
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Emma G, a regular and favorite here at Alchemical Records, released her latest music video for “Songbird.”
Afflicted with a rare neurological condition called hydrocephalus, Emma G is a survivor. She has used music to work through it; “writing and singing my truth, sharing my experiences, and turning my lessons into blessings” was the only thing that helped her after 10 brain surgeries. Her new mission is to empower young people to use songwriting in the same way she did, which she does through coaching, to work through their issues and effectively express themselves.
Emma G’s track is called “Songbird,” and her video shows an insider look at how she expresses herself through song. It is a love song– she can be your songbird, but she won’t beg.
Let me be clear that I have love to give a King
It’s a game between the give and take
It could be you but I’m not chasing anything.
Fans of Regina Spektor should check out Emma G’s music. This track has been added to our Alchemical Weekly YouTube Playlist.
Jaci Jedrych is a World Politics student at The Catholic University in Washington, D.C. She loves going to concerts and exploring different genres, and has a passion for arts and news writing.
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