Ozzy Osbourne daughter Aimee shares her new ARO project song
ARO – Shared Something With The Night

Ozzy Osbourne daughter Aimee Osbourne‘s her new single out today. She just released the music video for her new song “Shared Something With The Night” with the ARO project.

She is full name Aimée Rachel Osbourne was born in 1983 and an English-American actress and singer. Also, she is the eldest daughter of Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne couple. Aimee and her siblings Jack and Kelly Osbourne achieved fame for appearing in the family’s MTV reality series The Osbournes. Which also this program renewed again as a “The Osbournes Want to Believe” on Travel Channel. However, she makes music and releases a video clip under the name ARO her project.

Ozzy Osbourne daughter Aimee Osbourne also talks about this single:

“The song is like a My Bloody Valentine lullaby for the romantically tormented that struggle to sleep at night. I wrote it when I was living in New York and feeling pretty alone and lost. I hadn’t fully connected with who I really was and what that meant yet. Hung upon the outcome of someone else’s approval of me to determine my own self-worth. This weird little song was an outlet for a lot of uncomfortability at the time.”

Aimee Osbourne also doesn’t want to appear on The Osbournes show. But probably they mention in this new program. You can listen the Aimee’s fourth single below.

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