Local teen singer aims to shoot videos in all 50 states

News
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.
Data pix.

LITTLETON, Colo. -- She’s just 17 years old and already on a path to stardom. The Littleton teen is part of an ambitious music video project with a big message.

In five months, the goal is to hit 50 states and film 50 music videos. Kenny Lewis is the director for the project.

"I always said I wanted to film one music video in every single state," he said.

It’s a sizable project with an important message.

He added, "If you don't love what you're doing, you've got to change it and gear it toward what you do love."

Ali Rose Klassen is a Dakota Ridge senior.

She said,  "This is something I invest 110% of my time doing." Her part in the documentary is based off her song “Extraordinary” that she wrote. "It's kind of about just being who you are and being yourself."

Ali Rose said she’s been singing as long as she can remember.

Lewis said it was easy to pick her for the film.

"Her music is already kind of inspirational, her lyrics, the way she performs is that way, so that's what we're going for."

The documentary is expected to be released in August. It’s titled If You Don’t Love It, Change It.

Most Read

Top Stories

More Home Page Top Stories