Published Aug 26, 2015Steered by breakthrough hit "Here," Canadian R&B singer Alessia Cara's debut EP, Four Pink Walls, hits stores this Friday (August 28). Before the Def Jam release officially lands, though, you can see some self-made videos the singer has made for the rest of the record.
The title track, for instance, finds a cross-legged Cara camped out in her messy bedroom. Her Apple earbuds visible, she sings straight into a camera phone about being destined for bigger and better things. The sync-job on "Outlaws" is questionable, but the sight of a record spinning lines up fairly close to the single's dusty vinyl sound effects.
Elsewhere, Cara's selfie stick alerts her to the presence of a mustachioed creeper in the video for "I'm Yours," while "Seventeen" has the youthful musician testing out a handful of filters as she mugs for the camera in a hotel room.
You can see all the newly unleashed visuals, as well as the previously delivered clip for "Here," down below.