Colbie Caillat's music epitomized Southern California cool, with her relaxed and effortless takes on life, love and everything in between. The singer-songwriter first made her mark in the music industry as an unsigned artist on the social networking site MySpace.com before releasing her debut album Coco (2010). Caillat stormed to the top of the charts with the acoustic summer jam "Bubbly" and the equally charming folk-pop single "Realize" off her debut. Caillat's duet with fellow chart-topper Jason Mraz, the catchy ballad "Lucky" (2008), earned the artist her first Grammy Award in 2010. Even Hollywood took notice of Caillat's work, often featuring her songs in blockbuster comedies like "Baby Mama" (2008) and on television shows like Fox's megahit series "Glee" (Fox, 2009- ). With her innate talent as a vocalist and lyricist, Caillat consistently released hit records and established a successful career as an internationally renowned artist.