Sit down. Be humble?
That doesn't apply to a senior at Centennial High School in Pueblo, who deserves all the praise she can get for her talents. A piece of artwork from Tiona Cordova will be on display at the U.S. Capitol for the next year.
It's an acrylic painting of rapper Kendrick Lamar. Cordova plans on pursuing a career in architectural engineering after she graduates next month, her school says.
Cordova will get to go to the awards ceremony for her painting at the end of June.
Congressman Scott Tipton announced Cordova as the winner of the 3rd District Congressional Art Competition. He posted the picture on his Instagram and Twitter. So, Next called Tipton's office today to ask if he knew who Kendrick Lamar was.
He is not all that familiar.
So we asked what some of his favorite songs were; his office told us "Surfin' USA" by the Beach Boys and the "My Girl" version by Otis Redding.