Cruz Beckham wants to collaborate with Ed Sheeran and Calvin Harris

Adele Ankers

Cruz Beckham might have only just launched his music career, but he’s already got his sights set on some superstar collaborations.

The 11-year-old, who dropped his first single ‘If Every Day Was Christmas’ on Thursday, has revealed that he wants to collaborate with the likes of Ed Sheeran and Calvin Harris in the future.

Cruz Beckham speaks to Roman Kemp on the Capital FM Evening Show (Copyright: Capital Radio)

Speaking during an interview on the Capital FM Evening Show with Roman Kemp, the young pop star opened up about his singing ambitions, revealing that he would “definitely” team up with Scottish DJ Calvin Harris.

Cruz also admitted that he enjoys listening to Bruno Mars, The Vamps and Beyoncé, but there’s one singer-songwriter that he aspires to record music with above all others.

“Ed Sheeran – I just love all of his songs,” he explained. “If anyone picked one of the songs, I’d just love it. And I love how he plays the acoustic guitar like me.”

And if their mutual interest for the string instrument isn’t enough to convince you, then ‘Cruzan’ as a potential collab name certainly should.

Cruz Beckham revealed his debut single, a charity track called ‘If Every Day Was Christmas’, this week (Copyright: Instagram/cruzbeckham)

Cruz might not have won over Piers Morgan, who recently accused David and Victoria Beckham of “pimping out” their youngest son, but he revealed that he has the full support of his family during his exciting new venture.

“[My parents say] just be happy, if you don’t want to do it, you can come back to it a bit later,” he said. “And they just said that they’re happy whatever I’m doing and singing makes me really happy.

“[Big brother Brooklyn] said to me that he’s really proud and I can’t ask for any more support. Everyone is so supportive.”

David and Victoria Beckham with children Romeo, Cruz and Brooklyn at Gala Press Night performance of ‘Viva Forever’ (Copyright: Getty/Dave M. Benett)

But as Roman pointed out music does run in his family – with his mum Victoria rising to fame in all-female pop group Spice Girls, one of the biggest bands in the world.

“I love all of her old stuff,” Cruz beamed. “I remember when I was 5 years old I think, I was dancing on stage to one of her tunes.”

Aww. They grow up so fast, don’t they?

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