When you speak about new artists, Alessia Cara should always be in the conversation. Yes, she's that good! During a recent visit to SiriusXM studios, the talented singer, songwriter, and musician wowed viewers by performing several songs. During her set, Alessia paid tribute to Destiny's Child by performing a medley of their hits including "Say My Name," "Bills Bills Bills," "Survivor," "Bootylicious," [More]
On the heels of her previously released singles "Trust My Lonely," "Growing Pains," and "Not Today," Def Jam recording artist Alessia Cara drops her highly-anticipated second sophomore album, 'The Pains of Growing.' The 15 tracks project is a self-penned, auto-biographical album chronicling her personal experiences over the past several years. The album's cover art, shot by superduperbrick, captures Alessia in symbolic, oversized suit, which she wore in [More]
Yesterday (July 11) was Alessia Cara's 22nd birthday, and to celebrate, the singer shared a new song titled “A Little More." Written and produced by Cara, the song is about craving intimacy. “There you are with your college friends/ You played in their marching band / I can’t help but wish I knew you then/ But I guess I know [More]
Producer/DJ Zedd teams With vocalist Alessia Cara for his latest single, "Stay." The infectious track continues to showcase Zedd's Booming production while spotlighting the unique tone and mesmerizing delivery from Alessia "All you have to do is wait a second / Your hands on mine / The clock is ticking so stay," Alessia sings. "I think this song is right [More]
It's not where you sing; it's about how you sing! JoJo, Alessia Cara, and JinJoo prove this notion correct. The three ladies set up shop in a handicapped bathroom stall where they delivered a stirring rendition of "I Can Only," a song from JoJo's new album, Mad Love, which features Alessia.
Alicia Keys isn't the only one who's embracing her natural beauty and flaws; Alessia Cara champions the same in her new video “Scars to Your Beautiful," a song about self-love.
On April 3rd, 19-year-old Alessia Cara received the “Breakout Artist of the Year” award at the 45th Annual JUNO Awards, Canada’s Music Awards. In an interview with Music Choice, Cara reflected on her win, calling it “surreal.”
The youthful clip features the 19-year-old Canadian songstress as she and four of her closest friends take over the neighborhood for a day of rambunctious fun.
Performing with a live band (including string duo Black Violin), Cara shows just why she's a force to be reckoned with.
Alessia Cara perked up a lot of peopleâs ears with her debut single, âHere,â now sheâs back with a new tune called âWild Things.â Much like âHere,â which focuses on being comfortable marching to oneâs own drum.