Cruz Beckham’s entry in the music scene got big nods of approval and gratitude. The second youngest child of British superstars David and Victoria Beckham recently dropped the video for his Christmas song If Everyday Was Christmas. Proceeds from the single will be going to charity.
Sales from the 11-year-old Beckham’s Christmas song will be handed to the children’s charity Global’s Make Some Noise. Many people noted that the young Beckham can carry a tune. Some quarters have likened him to the young Justin Bieber, who has reaped accolades in recent years.
Beckham Kids Appear in Music Video
The Beckham brood lent full support and even appeared in the new music video. Cruz is seen riding his skateboard with older brother Brooklyn and playing with his two other siblings Romeo and Harper.
Cruz stated in an interview that he finds it “amazing” to combine two of his favorites — Christmas and singing — and give the funds that will be generated to charity. The music video release sets the stage for other tracks and public appearances of Cruz.
In Support of Disadvantaged Youngsters Across the UK
The Global’s Make Some Noise Facebook page posted a group shot of the youngsters from Otakar Kraus Music Trust with an accompanying caption. It mentioned that the young Beckham has been busy promoting his new track, yet found time to visit one of the projects supported by the organization.”Big thanks” Cruz for taking
“‘Big thanks’ Cruz for taking time to visit,” Global’s Make Some Noise wrote on its Instagram account.
Proud father David Beckham wrote on his Instagram account that he is proud of his “little man” for his musical endeavor for charity. David and Victoria had posted months ago a quick video of Cruz singing the Cups song When I’m Gone, showcasing the talents of the youngster.
If Everyday Was Christmas is a perky tune about a boy wishing it was always Christmas while thinking of the object of his affection.
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