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Alessia Cara

Year: 2018

Runtime: 00:11:06

Alessia Cara invited us to hang out at the Corona Theater to talk about her album "Know-It-All" and what life is like after signing with DefJam Records.

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R&B, Pop, Soul, Documentary, Indie

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Pop, Soul, Documentary, Electronic, R&B, Folk, Latin, Rock, Jazz, Indie, Alternative

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