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ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - Kylie Cudney isn't the only 12-year-old who loves to belt it out.

"I'll sing in the car, I'll sing in my room, I'll sing in the shower," said Kylie Cudney, singer.

Most middle school girls are probably singing about the boy of their dreams, not bullies.

"I saw how bullying was really hurtful so I wanted to get a message out there so people would be encouraged to step in and stop it," explained Cudney.

The seventh grader has passion to do her part to stop bullying.

"There was this girl at my school who was picking on me so that's kind of how it came up in my mind."

The prodcuers helping Kylie perfect her song and video call the young talent a true professional.

"Kylie is very motivated to get it right motivated to get it the way that she wants it to be," explained Adam Frick, song writer/producer.

"Kylie is mature for her age. There are a lot of 12-year-olds who wouldn't be able to handle the pressure of being on set with a whole bunch of extras and actors and a big crew and the lights and the attention on them," said Josh Mullins, director/producer.

Cudney believes her video "Feel Small" will make a difference.

"A very big difference."

To see the music video in its entirety head to www.feelsmall.com.

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