Khalid Shares Inspiring Yearbook Photo With Millions On Instagram
Khalid is sharing photos of his Americas High School yearbook with millions of his followers on social media.
In a recent post on social media, Khalid shared a video showing photos of himself from his Americas High School yearbook, which he used to inspire his fans.
This summer, Khalid will celebrate the release of his first studio album American Teen, which came out in 2016.
Since then, he has received several accolades, including six Grammy Awards nominations, six Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and was named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Influential People.
In the five short years since his debut, Khalid took a moment to reflect on his whirlwind success as one of the biggest superstars on the planet by sharing some sweet moments from his high school yearbook.
The video opens with Khalid pointing to text in his video, which reads:
"My name is Khalid! And I graduated from Americas High School (2016)" as he breaks out with his yearbook.
The video then pans to his graduation photo with his name listed at the bottom as Khalid Robinson.
Flipping back to Khalid, he points to the camera as text appears again, saying: "And this is my superlative."
The video then shows a new photo of Khalid holding a mic standing next to another classmate (Marissa Hughes) with the superlative: "Most likely to go platinum."
The video pans back to Khalid with the message: "This is a sign to chase after your dreams!"
Undoubtedly, Khalid is hands down El Paso's #1 Ambassador who is always repping the 915 in his music, videos, and on stage, including social media.
Khalid not only inspires his fan base by sharing his origin story from his Americas high school days with millions of his followers but keeps it real by taking a moment to appreciate how far he's come. And we couldn't be any more proud.
Now, if we can only find out what happened to Marissa Hughes?