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Shawn Mendes

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leila saldania

on 20 September 2014

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Shawn Mendes

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Is worthy to be studied in school because...
In conclusion, I think Shawn Mendes should be studied in school because he continues until he achieve his goals. He started at a young age so it motivates youger people that anything can happen and is possible.
He ignores all the hate and looks on the bright side of things no matter how bad it can get.
His artist manager, Andrew Gertler discovered him in January and brought him to Island Records where he signed and released his first single "Life Of The Party" in June.He is currently on a nationwide tour with Austin Mahone as an opening act.He recently won an award for 'Webstar In Music' for the Teen Choice Award and a contest on RyanSecrest.com for 'Best Cover Song' in March.
One of Shawn's song from his EP called "Show You" is about people telling you that you can't do something and showing them it can be done. For his 14th birthday his parents got him a guitar and has been teaching himself since then. He would sit and watch covers for four hours a day and was obsessed with the way people would take a song and make it their own.He is the youngest artist to debut in the top 25 at 15 years old. Shawn posted his covers on Youtube and vine which picked up millions of followers and views a few months later.
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