The O'Keefe Music Foundation has shared a crushing cover of Korn's Here to Stay with a 6-year-old boy on vocals! That boy's name is Michael Dalhover III and with pipes like his, you'd have to think rockstardom awaits him.
The son of a pair of Korn superfans, Michael more than lives up to his musical idol, Jonothan Davis, by owning every sung syllable, displaying a natural knack for being the focal point up the front of a wildly talented band in which no one is over the age of 18!
Joining Michael in the band on the O'Keefe Music Foundations latest viral sensation is nine-year-old bass player Sebastian Stephens, fourteen-year-old guitarist Sam Ruether, fifteen-year-old guitarist Dominic Dile and the OG of the group, eighteen-year-old drummer Nick Peacock.
If the level of talent on display here is anything to judge it by, it won't be long until this crew of young metalheads will be creating masterpieces to rival this Untouchables classic. If you think they 'krushed' it you can even buy the track to keep via the O'Keefe Music Foundation's Bandcamp page.
Watch them absolutely tear it up below:
Then see how they compare with the Korn original.
The non-profit O'Keefe Music Foundation offers free music tutoring, recording, camps, music video sessions and more for young musicians the world over. To learn head here.