Seven-Year-Old Rapper Shows Off Skills on ‘Ellen’
Emcees may come in all shapes and sizes, but not too many seven-year-olds can rock a mic like Lil P-Nut.
While paying a visit to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show,' the pint-sized artist immediately won over the crowd with a performance of his single 'You Might Be the One.' The kid-friendly lyrics -- "And you so smart, you always make good grades/ See, that's my type of lady, her parents she obey" -- elicited some enthusiastic cheering from the audience, and his stage presence and rap abilities were impossible to deny.
During the interview portion of the show, DeGeneres inquired about P-Nut's love life. He may only be seven, but the rapper proved his ability to charm fans by playing coy. "Hey, hey," he said, turning to the audience. "But don't tell Mom about it, you know how mamas get."
Check out the interview and performance below, courtesy of our friends at TV Squad.