- A two-year-old kid has gone viral after a video showing him drumming by slapping at a washing machine surfaced on Twitter
- Tweeps said that they hope his parents do not change his passion and make him different from what he already is
- Others said his drumming skill shows he lives in an environment that encourages good music
The video of a little boy making rhythms by slapping against the surface of a washing machine has generated massive reactions on social media.
A Twitter user, @niqueharp, who shared the video said the kid is just two years old. In the clip, the boy turns "daddy, where are you?" into song, backing it up with beats coming from his slaps.
To add more chords to his sound, he tapped his right leg repeatedly on the floor in a way that complements the one he makes with his hands.
To show that he is well aware of what he is doing, the baby smiled at the camera. His video has been watched more than one million times with thousands of comments from tweeps.
Watch the clip below:
Below are some of the reactions the video got:
"One Nigerian father will now force this one to study medicine."
"This is what happens when you play actual music around kids, instead of singing twinkle twinkle they gon start stomping out polyrhythms."
"He will be great with the instruments..channel his attention towards it..."
"Man i been drummin 3x as long as he’s been alive and even his tempo’s better than mine Loudly crying face i gotta practice more lmao."
"And I definitely would have been in there jamming tf out with my baby... cause yeah... we sing, dance and play instruments in this family Smiling face with 3 heartsBlue heart I’d nurture that natural given talent."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a young boy has joined the #GoCrazyChallenge and he seems to have won it with his amazing moves.
The challenge is based on Chris Brown’s Go Crazy song. In a short video that is less than one minute, the boy showed off his “legwork” as the song played from a moving car that has its passenger door open.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!
Source: Briefly News