Thursday, October 28, 2021

Musical feast by a 5-year-old girl playing drums, goes viral on Twitter

 

A video of a little girl playing drums has gone insanely viral on social media, and Twitter cannot believe its eyes. The video has been widely circulated, and even American basketball player Rex Chapman shared the mind-blowing clip.

The clip shows a little girl sitting in front of a drum set as she prepares to play a cover of the song playing in the background. The kid starts playing her set and in between also showcase some tricks with the drumsticks. At one moment, when there is a pause in the song, she does the trick continuously for a few seconds. She enjoys what she is doing throughout the clip, and we are in awe.

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Soon after it was shared, it instantly managed to garner more than 368.8k views and 11.7k likes. Netizens filled the comments section with praise for the five-year-old girl.

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