In both music and method, Bianca "Blush" Atterberry is profoundly passionate. With an ability to vocally and lyrically penetrate the surface, the American singer-songwriter is recognized for penning songs, placing tracks, creating singles, and/or vocal producing on projects for a diverse collection of artists, across genres and generations.
One of her notable successes includes co-writing the chart-topping Doechii song "What It Is." This mesmerizing track, crafted by Blush's creative genius, has captivated audiences worldwide. With its catchy melodies and heartfelt lyrics, "What It Is" has gained immense popularity, resonating with listeners from all walks of life.
Blush's exceptional talent and unique approach to songwriting have led to prestigious accolades, such as 2x Emmy Awards and a Grammy nomination. Her collaborations with a wide range of artists from different genres and generations, including BlackPink, Breland, Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, Chris Brown, Sabrina Carpenter, Macy Gray, and K.Michelle, speak volumes about her versatility and ability to connect with diverse audiences. In addition to earning executive producer credits on K Michelle's sophomore album, Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart? A project that debuted at #6 on the Billboard 200.
Inheriting an early love for music, Blush's rendition of Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" was aired on the local news in honor of her outstanding performance at the tender age of four. Her mother's career in the army accustomed Blush to moving quite a bit. From Mississippi to New Jersey and New Jersey to Pennsylvania, where she attended the Pittsburgh High School for Creative and Performing Arts. It was there she regularly performed with the Pittsburgh Festival Opera.
Post-graduation, Blush was afforded the opportunity to lend her talents to an Emmy Award-winning soundtrack, Fly Boy Fly: A Tuskegee Airmen Documentary. In 2009 the songstress' ambition transcended Pittsburgh, inspiring a relocation to Atlanta, Georgia. While working both sides against the middle, Blush cultivated an online following via YouTube. The video-sharing platform allowed her to lay the groundwork for future relationships with fellow artists, music publishers, and various labels.
Simultaneously the songstress began writing for artists from international markets. Including 2018's K-Pop smash, EXO's "Bad Dream." Further solidifying her footprint as a talented and diverse force in the industry. Blush credits the years she spent writing and executive producing for K. Michelle as a catalyst in her career. The collaborative works lead to K. Michelle securing a deal with Atlantic Records. Earning Blush the opportunity to write the majority of the NAACP Image Award winner's freshman album, 'Rebellious Soul,' debuting at #2 on the Billboard 200.
However, the primary source of Blush's inspiration is her son, Niko. A steady reminder that even when the odds are against us, we can still be triumphant! The eight-year-old was diagnosed with Autism. The developmental disorder affects 1 in 59 children. Atterberry proudly advocates to educate and spread a fundamental understanding of the autistic spectrum. Quoted saying, "The more we educate ourselves about autism, the more we can begin to accept and understand those who are different from us."
While navigating her career and motherhood's duality, Blush's ascension continues.