The 11-year-old son of soccer star David Beckham and singer/designer Victoria Beckham just released his first single.
The holiday song "If Everyday Was Christmas" already has some proclaiming him the next Justin Bieber (the pair share the same manager).
The young singer announced the song's release Wednesday and said all proceeds from the sale would go to help the UK charity Global's Make Some Noise.
His superstar dad couldn't have been prouder.
The older Beckham posted video of Cruz hearing the song being played on the radio for the first time.
"Not his average morning before school," David Beckham wrote. "Proud of my little man with his new Christmas single and also helping children around the UK with the proceeds from this."
Cruz racked up some fans earlier this year when video surfaced of him performing a cover of Anna Kendrick's "Cups (When I'm Gone)" song from the film "Pitch Perfect."
His famous mom told late night talk show host Seth Meyers that she and her husband had been unaware of her youngest son's talent.
"We didn't even realize that he could sing, he's always the one that plays football," said the former Spice Girl. "Then he picked up his cups, and off he went."
Talent clearly runs in the family.
Cruz's older brothers are also pursuing their passions.
Brooklyn, 17, is a photographer and Romeo, 14 has modeled.