Christmas just came early because Cruz Beckham just dropped his first music video and it's all kinds of adorable.
The 11-year-old Beckham kid must have spent weeks picking glitter out of his hair after shooting the 3-minute clip for his first single, "If Everyday Was Christmas."
In the family-friendly music video, the pint-sized star is sprinkled with snow, glitter and red and green powder as he belts out his new track.
In between scenes, the star also takes his music to the streets of London to show off his skateboarding skills and meet up with a few more friends, including his three siblings, Brooklyn Beckham, Romeo Beckham and Harper Beckham.
Victoria Beckham and David Beckham did chime in digitally to encourage fans to support the song since all proceeds go to Global's Make Some Noise Foundation. The Britain-based organization works to support small charities across the U.K. that help young people living with illnesses or disabilities.
"So proud of my little man @cruzbeckham for helping support @globals_make_some_noise," the famous soccer star wrote on Instagram.
While it's all for a good cause, the young star has fielded some backlash from critics, notably Piers Morgan, who say he should focus on school instead of singing. David addressed the backlash immediately on behalf of his youngest son.
'He's 11 years old. He's still at school. He's concentrating at school—that's the most important thing, but he wanted to give back and he's done this amazing little Christmas song, which has got a lot of attention," David said during an interview on Good Morning America."We are very proud of him. He came to us with the idea."