Look out, Bieber! On December 16, Cruz Beckham released a music video to accompany his debut pop single, “If Every Day Was Christmas," with the help of his famous family.
The 11-year-old budding pop star enlisted the help of his siblings to star in his inaugural holiday-themed clip. In the family-friendly video, the youngster is first seen shaking red and green glitter snow off his perfectly groomed blond hair.
As Beckham sings along, he and his three siblings — brothers Brooklyn, 17, and Romeo, 14, and sister Harper, 5 — appear in home-video-style clips, skateboarding and playing with leaves in central London.
While mom Victoria and dad David are the only members of the Beckham clan absent from the video, the proud parents are just as supportive of Cruz's music as their three kids.
“He’s done this amazing little Christmas song which has got a lot of attention, and we’re very proud of him because he came to us with the idea,” David, 41, told Good Morning America December 12. “It’s kinda cool and he’s having fun.”
The former professional soccer player also revealed that all proceeds from the song, which was first released on December 11, go to a charity, Global Radio's Make Some Noise, which supports smaller charities that help kids and families living with illness and disability.
Back in April, Cruz's mom and former Spice Girl Victoria, 42, posted a video of Cruz singing on her Instagram account. Fans soon dubbed him the next Justin Bieber — and Bieber’s manager, Scooter Braun, has since signed Cruz.
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