(WXYZ) - It’s been said eventually everyone will get their 15 minutes of fame.
Stephanie K is getting her spotlight one minute at a time.
Last year, Stephanie embarked on a project on YouTube—one that requires a lot of creativity and persistence.
"Every day on social networks: Twitter, Facebook, YouTube… I would ask fans for topic ideas. Anything off the wall, current events, sporting events—anything--and I would choose my favorite every day and write a one minute acapella song about said topic,” said Stephanie.
Since she began September 1, 2011, Stephanie has produced one song every day, seven days a week, in sickness and in health, totaling 383 one minute songs.
“It’s amazing to see the types of topics people suggest. I've heard everything. Some things too risqué for television, but off-the-wall things,” said Stephanie. “Songs about puppies and panty lines, orange construction barrels and awkward dates.”
Stephanie doesn't know when it will end, but when it does you’ll probably hear about it-- in a song.
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