Cruz Beckham could soon be collaborating with HRVY.
The 'I Won't Let You Down' hitmaker would love to work with the 13-year-old singer - who is the son of Victoria and David Beckham - and loves his "talent and passion" for music.
Asked if he wanted to collaborate with Cruz, he told The Sun newspaper: "One hundred per cent. Definitely. I know he's doing music and I see a lot of his stuff on his Instagram as well, so I would love to do that. He's really talented and passionate about it which is cool. I haven't met them but I've spoken to Romeo before. They are really cool guys. We talked about Fortnite, actually. I play Fortnite all the time. He's a really nice kid."
It comes after Cruz revealed he wants to record a song with his dad David.
When asked if he would sing with his dad on a recording, Cruz replied: "I hope so, he's OK at singing, like, Christmas songs."
However, David didn't seem keen on his son's idea, saying: "I'm not sure about that."
And the soccer star is very proud of Cruz.
He added: "I'm very proud, he's 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, 'He's got a voice!'"
Cruz just loves singing and will belt out songs all the time when he's at home.
The youngster - whose mother Victoria was a member of The Spice Girls - said: "I've always been passionate about singing. I sing all the time in the back of the car, in the shower."