If you’re a fan of Internet culture, I’m sure you’ve heard of the Walmart Yodel Kid–aka Mason Ramsey.
The 11-year-old made it big after he went viral online for a YouTube video of him singing the song “Lovesick Blues” by Hank Williams inside of an Illinois Walmart.
In only two weeks, he signed a record deal with Atlantic Records and began working on a single. He even landed a spot at Coachella this year.
Now, after countless press spots and appearing on shows–Ramsey has released his first single “Famous.” I’m not into country music, but, the kid does have a lot of talent for an 11-year-old. Also, it’s a heartfelt adolescent song speaking about “being famous for loving you,”–what more can you ask for?
So far, Twitter is loving it.
Me: I hate country music— Haylee Brinker (@shtinker) April 27, 2018
*Mason Ramsey does anything*
BRO BRO GSJABSJSANJSSB WHY IS THIS HARD. MASON RAMSEY DROPPED HEAT pic.twitter.com/GySrfgDqQx— حسين (@nnniess2) April 27, 2018
Post Malone dropped his new album but have you heard Mason Ramsey’s new single???— ℓiz ♡ (@lizthier) April 27, 2018
When Mason Ramsey said “if I’m gonna be famous for something I wanna be famous for loving you” that hit me deep— Isaac Smith (@ikeyboysmith) April 27, 2018
Yeah the new Post Malone album is tight and all. But also: everyone go checkout "Famous" by Mason Ramsey on Spotify. You're welcome.— Ma (@hogan_roll) April 27, 2018
Me 1 second into Mason Ramsey's single pic.twitter.com/w6gNIfNFB5— Captain ? (@afran719) April 27, 2018