Alessia Cara Grows Up Faster in 'Seventeen' Music Video
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Shot entirely on a city bus, the Canadian singer is seen throughout different stages of her life, from childhood through her golden years.

AceShowbiz - Rising star %cAlessia 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 "%cDick Clark%'s New Year's Rockin' Eve with %cRyan Seacrest%" 2017 along with %cMariah Carey%, %cDNCE%, %cThomas Rhett%, %cG-Eazy%, %cMartin Garrix%, %cJohn Legend%, %cMike Posner%, %cBebe Rexha%, %cHailee Steinfeld% and %cFlo 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

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