Brampton-born songstress Alessia Cara just dropped her third video ever, this time for the lead track off her debut album ‘Know-It-all’.
It’s an upbeat number reminiscing of more youthful times, a contrast from Cara’s ‘Here’ which seemingly brushes off the stereotypical teenage experience.
The video for Seventeen shows time passing on a public bus. It begins with Cara as a young girl and on through her transformation into adolescence.
It goes on to show Cara as a polished young woman holding a GRAMMY, then through motherhood and as a senior.
Her GRAMMY moment hasn’t happened yet, but Cara shared on Twitter that it symbolizes her hope for continued success in her career.
it symbolizes my hopes for long-term success in my career. putting it out into the universe, in other words. https://t.co/jytsY8LQ0r
— ac (@alessiacara) December 15, 2016
“It’s a personal song and video for me, starring my family and friends, as usual,” Cara said on Facebook.”[I] Hope it’ll remind you to enjoy all the little moments in life, especially this time of year.’
Seventeen follows Scars To Your Beautiful, Cara’s self-love anthem that has taken over the internet and the radio the past few months. Cara recently visited Brampton fans at Bramalea City Centre and performed the hit.
Have a look.