Cruz Beckhams singing career has gone from strength to strength after he released his Christmas song back in 2016.
And now it looks as though the I Wont Let You Down hitmaker HRVY is interested in working with the youngster.
Victoria Beckham practically broke the internet when she flooded her Instagram with adorable videos of Cruz singing his own original tracks.
Her followers were quick to compare the 13-year-old to a young Justin Bieber as the teenager quickly started to grow a fanbase.
And it seems he caught the eye of his potential new buddy HRVY, real name Harvey Leigh Cantwell, as the singer has revealed he is up for doing a collaboration.
Chatting to The Sun, the 19-year-old revealed hes one hundred per cent down for teaming up with Cruz, as he believes the young musician is really talented.
He said: One hundred per cent. Definitely. I know hes doing music and I see a lot of his stuff on his Instagram as well, so I would love to do that. Hes really talented and passionate about it which is cool.
HRVY added: I havent met them but Ive spoken to Romeo before. They are really cool guys. We talked about Fortnite, actually. I play Fortnite all the time. Hes a really nice kid.
But it seems HRVY might have some tough competition, as Cruz also revealed how he wants to collaborate with his dad David.
When asked if hed sing with the famous footballer on a recording, the little one said: I hope so, hes OK at singing, like, Christmas songs.
But the father-of-four appears to disagree as he joked: Im not sure about that.
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He then went on to praise his son, as he said: Im very proud, hes only really be doing it the last nine months.
He was sat in the back of the car and we were driving along and he was singing to something and I turned to Victoria and was like, “Hes got a voice!”
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