AceShowbiz - Rising star Alessia Cara premieres a music video for "Seventeen" off her debut album "Know-It-All". Teaming up with "Here" video director Aaron A, the video reflects Alessia's past, present and future life.
Shot entirely on a city bus, the time traveling music video follows Alessia's transformation from a young girl to an elderly woman. At one point as the camera pans away and back, a grown-up version of Alessia is seen glamming up while holding a Grammy. We see her continue growing older as she has a baby and later she is seen sitting with a teenager of her own.
The 20-year-old Canadian singer premiered the video on Thursday, December 15 with a message she shared in the description for the video that read, "It's a personal song and video for me (starring my family and friends, as usual) and I'm excited it's finally out for u guys to see. Hope it'll remind u to enjoy all the little moments in life, especially this time of year. Thank u for making mine that much more special. Happy holidays & enjoy the video."
Through "Seventeen", Alessia reminds us that time flies so fast as she sings, "My daddy says that life comes at you fast/ We're all like blades of grass/ We come to prime and in time we just wither away/ And it all changes."
Earlier this month, Alessia was honored with Billboard's Rule Breaker title at the annual Women in Music Award. She is set to perform at "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest" 2017 along with Mariah Carey, DNCE, Thomas Rhett, G-Eazy, Martin Garrix, John Legend, Mike Posner, Bebe Rexha, Hailee Steinfeld and Flo Rida among others. The five-and-a-half-hour show begins live from New York's Time Square on December 31 at 8 P.M. ET