Brooklyn Beckham will show off his rapping skills in the new album by British band The Vamps.
The 17-year-old is following in his mother Victoria Beckham's musical footsteps and will make his debut rapping on the "Can We Dance" singers' third album, according to The Vamps frontman Brad Simpson.
"We want to get him involved. He can spit bars. He’s going to be rapping on the album," he told The Sun newspaper. "We’re probably two thirds through the album. It’s been fun. We just want to get more music out."
Brooklyn previously worked with the group, which also includes musicians James McVey, Connor Ball and Tristan Evans, last year when he starred in the music video for tune "Wake Up."
He isn't the only Beckham with music skills—Victoria shared a video of son Cruz Beckham, 11, singing Twista and Faith Evans' song, “Hope” in April. In the caption, she wrote, "Super cute Cruz!! @davidbeckham @brooklynbeckham #proudmummy X vb."
Brooklyn, who is dating Chloe Grace Moretz, also has a passion for photography and was behind the camera for a Burberry fragrance photoshoot in February. His brother Romeo, 13, is a model for the same fashion house.