Today's Video Share: Unbreakable by Ali McManus

When you hear Ali McManus’s dynamic vocals, you’d be surprised to know her lung capacity is only 30%. Born 3 months premature, she was given a 50/50 chance to live. Now 22 years old, the Detroit born singer/songwriter has beaten the odds. A rare bone disorder has left Ali in a wheelchair since the age of 7. But Ali’s story is one of compelling talent and an indomitable spirit. “I don't see myself as a person in a wheelchair,” Ali says. “I see myself as a regular person who just happens to sit down all day.”

Ali writes intimate original songs that reflect her life, aiming to connect with others through her lyrics and inspire with her story. Legendary producer Jack Douglas (John Lennon, Aerosmith) produced Ali’s debut album, Unbreakable. “I see her as an artist first. Her pure, authentic voice and magnetic personality light up the room,” Jack says. “She's a natural -- a true artist with old soul sensibility and a powerful message to share with the world.”