Jay Chou’s 4-year-old son could also be Mozart within the making…

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King of Mandopop Jay Chou posted a video of his little son, Romeo, displaying that the 4-year-old boy has some fairly superior expertise.

Over Instagram on Thursday (Apr 28), Chou, 43, confirmed little Romeo, wearing his pyjamas, writing line after line of musical notes in a 23-second clip.

Though his again is turned to the digicam, the little boy seems totally targeted on his process.

Chou wrote, “Do you guys imagine in previous life? #mozart #chopin I used to be simply taking part in the piano when @hannah_quinlivan referred to as me over to take a look at Romeo quietly drawing this in his room.” 

He added, “Actually, he gave me a shock.”

Chou may be heard towards the top of the clip asking his son, “Do you’ve got a melody in your coronary heart?”

Singapore’s personal JJ Lin commented on the submit, writing, “Fast, compose a track.”

“And also you sing the track after that,” Chou quipped again.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart famously created his first musical compositions on the age of 4 or 5. His curiosity within the piano started at age 3 when he listened in as his father Leopold, additionally a composer, started to present Mozart’s older sister Maria Anna, then aged 7, piano classes.  

Frédéric Chopin, additionally a toddler prodigy, began music classes when he was six years previous. By the next 12 months, he began composing polonaises and performing in public concert events.

Chou additionally acquired an early begin in his musical profession, having began piano classes when he was his son’s age. 

He returns to Singapore in December as a part of his Carnival World Tour.

Like Mozart, Romeo has an older sister, Hathaway, age 6. Chou and his spouse Hannah Quinlivan, 28, are at present anticipating their third baby.

Will little Romeo comply with within the footsteps of Mozart and Chopin? Solely time will inform…


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