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Detroit Institute of Music Education (DIME) is making headlines – in Rolling Stone no less.

In October, GRAMMY-winning artist Alessia Cara came to Detroit to do a Q&A with DIME students ahead of her forthcoming album The Pains of GrowingRolling Stone picked up the story after Cara took to DIME's humble stage to perform her breakout hit, "Here."

See the video below, and head to Rolling Stone to see the full write-up.

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