Ashlee Simpson has experienced more highs and lows in the last year than some recording artists do in a lifetime. Yet ask her about it and Ashlee shrugs it off. "Yeah, there are moments when you don't want to get out of bed," she says, "but you have to find your inner strength. That's something I found." Indeed, as an artist, Ashlee Simpson is still just beginning her journey, but if her new Geffen CD "I Am Me" is any indication, she's well on her way to a becoming an important voice in pop music.
In fact, she already is. When her single "Pieces of Me" took the music world by storm and her 2004 debut CD "Autobiography" entered the charts at ..1, Ashlee made an immediate national impact.. Now, with her latest work, she reveals explosive growth as both a singer and songwriter. At 21, Ashlee has left girlhood behind. On the new CD she explores dark themes side by side with plenty of flamboyant fun. "Everything has evolved," she says. "My voice has matured, and so have the situations I've been through."