The internet is adoring a boy who makes drums out of scraps and empty containers

People adored his music and couldn’t stop praising him for his talent. With over 43 million views, the video went viral.

This child demonstrates that you don’t need expensive instruments or equipment to demonstrate your talent. A young boy can be seen playing drums made from scrap materials and empty containers in an Instagram video. And it sounds fantastic! A user named Zijan Tang shared the video. The child is so talented that he uses sticks to play the drums and produces the best sound possible.

People adored his music and couldn’t stop praising him for his talent. “Someone get me this kid’s information. I want to buy him a drum set. This is talent right here.👏👏” Another user said, “This kid is going to be a successful drummer 🥁 feel it, see it, believe it achieve it!!!!🔥👏” Another wrote, “Wowo very talented❤️❤️ Very impressive.”  With over 43 million views, the video went viral. However, the child’s identity is unknown.

In another video uploaded to Twitter, a boy can be seen performing Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” and his voice is simply magical. He appears assured as he plays his notes on the piano while singing the song. As he performed the song, he melted many hearts on the Internet, and his energy is contagious.

The identity of the child is unknown. He is dressed in shorts and a T-shirt with headphones, and he smiles broadly at the end.  “Young boy performs a cover of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ on the piano. What a talent!”  the video caption reads. What a gift!” People couldn’t stop complimenting the child on his abilities. “Wow!” wrote one user. What a lovely sight! What a voice, what a talent, and then the killing smile.” “Can’t wait to buy this kid’s music when the time comes! Keep going, young person!!! You are AMAZING, that was FANTASTIC!!” Another said, “It’s his singing that got to me more than his piano playing. Fantastic!”

Some even compared him to Freddie Mercury’s reincarnation. “Love it!” wrote one user. It’s finally time to watch Freddie Mercury.” “Rare footage of a young Freddie Mercury,” said another. Brian, the guitarist for Queen, recalled how Mercury first showed them the song in the early 1970s. “I remember Freddie coming in with loads of bits of paper from his dad’s work, like Post-it notes, and pounding on the piano.” “He played the piano like most people play the drums. And this song he had was full of gaps where he explained that something operatic would happen here and so on. He’d worked out the harmonies in his head,”  uDiscoverMusic reports.

He went on to say that Mercury told his bandmates that he had enough material for three songs but wanted to make it into one long extravaganza. The song was reportedly rehearsed at Ridge Farm Studio in mid-1975, and they spent three weeks honing it at Penrhos Court in Herefordshire. They began recording the song on August 24, 1975, at Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, Wales. May described the experience as “the biggest thrill.”