When Bluey Robinson debuted in 2011, the Sweden-born, England-raised singer found as a lively old spirit with today’s sound, inspired simply by an array of artists that included the Jackson 5, Cee Lo Green, and Bruno Mars. As a young child, Robinson was associated with music and stage shows, and even performed the function of Simba, beside potential mainstream pop superstars Jessie J and Rochelle Wiseman (the Saturdays), within a production from the Lion Ruler. He formed an organization and appeared within a 2004 bout of EastEnders, but he strike a snag when he was booted from his group and informed that he’d end up being better off being a single musician. Robinson persevered and finally linked to Labrinth, a fledgling manufacturer at that time; the two documented thoroughly, and Robinson eventually got to YouTube, in which a clip from the tune “I Understand” became popular and captured the eye and ears of Ryan Leslie, who remixed the monitor. An extended YouTube presence resulted in a recording agreement with Sony. Robinson released his initial two singles for the label, “Showgirl” and “Arriving Back again,” in 2011.