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An eight-year-old can play along with "Stratosphere" by Swedish Finnish power metal band Stratovarius and you can't? What are you doing with your life?

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Time for your Adorable Singing/Playing Youngster of the Day! This one gamely sings Tom Lehrer's song about the Periodic Table of the Elements. She misses a few, but damn if this isn't a chemist in the making.

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This is Jaxon Smith. He is six years old! He's already committed a significant amount of his young life to the drums, and can already accompany the Foo Fighters track "Pretender."

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Good lord, he can play the banjo like a demon AND he's got a sick model of the Millennium Falcon in the background. BRB, need to go home and re-evaluate my life.

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German children covering a Rammstein song. Good lord, the youngest can keep a pretty steady beat.

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...because there's NO WAY I could play a steady beat with a year of practice, let alone a year of living.

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This kid is only four years old, and his rhythm and beats are impeccable. Maybe when he learns to read and write, he can be an even better lyricist!

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All you need to make a beat is bang two sticks together. A child could do it (confidential to percussionists: we're not really serious. Please don't sue for libel). YouTube performers Wax and Herbal T took this idea to its logical conclusion and made a rap song using sounds from Herbal T's toddler son's playground session.

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The kid who said of Thom Yorke "I don't think he's got any friends" is a sharp little guy.