He lit the internet on fire with his rendition of a legendary song.
As reported by Happiest, children singing in supermarkets became so famous nowadays. But this one boy really stands out from the rest because of his serious vocal technique that doesn't seem like it should come from his small body.
The video of a 10-year-old Mason Ramsey became a viral smash recently. He is now known as the Walmart yodel boy.
Dressed in cowboy boots and a red bow tie, Mason was caught belting out Hank Williams Jr.'s Lovesick Blues in the middle of a Walmart in Harrisburg, Illinois, on March 24, 2018, according to Huffington Post.
Lovesick Blues became a massive hit when Hank released it on February 11, 1949. The song quickly reached number one on Billboard's Top C&W singles. Hank died on January 1, 1953, at the age of 29 due to heart failure.
The ViralHog’s YouTube channel posted Mason's video on March 26, 2018. The video already gained more than 21 thousand likes and has been viewed more than 1 million times.
'While shopping at Wal-Mart, this local boy shopping with grandparents was singing his heart out. He was very excited to stop and sing for a group of customers that had gathered,' ViralHog wrote.
Mason's video also became a trending topic on Twitter, racked up millions of views and sparked reactions from multiple users.
Twitter user, @dumbassvegan, posted the video on March 27, 2018. He wrote that he needs Mason by his bedside to wake him up in the morning.
Huffington Post reported that a recorded video of Mason belting out Hey, Good Lookin’ from a shopping cart in Walmart also went viral in January 2017.
A radio station in Clarksville, Beaver 100.3 FM, invited Mason to perform Hey, Good Lookin’ in their studio during that time.
On March 31, 2018, Twitter user, @alajahmv, posted the video with a caption 'he's done this before.'