David and Victoria Beckham's youngest son Cruz, 16, is hoping to follow his mum onto global chart domination.
The rising star, who is the third child of Posh and Becks, has been recording a series of tracks in the hope to gain a career in music.
The songs have been branded as "game changing" and "next level" by those close to Cruz.
A pal of the teen said: "It is fire that he's been pumping in the studio.
"The real question is are they truly ready? I don't think they are ready with what is coming their way.
"It's going to change the game. It is some next level s***. It really is."
Meanwhile, Cruz himself teased fans online earlier this month by simply saying: "It's going to be fun," when asked about the tracks.
While songs have been recorded, don't expect them to be released in the near future.
A source added to Daily Star that Posh and Beck's are keen to make sure Cruz's education is priority.
"There is nothing imminent in terms of new music," they said.
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"Cruz is still in school so he's just having fun at the moment."
In 2016 Cruz released festive single If Every Day Was Christmas in aid of charity.
The song's music video which features his superstar dad as they skate around London, has been viewed over 4million times.
All proceeds from the track went to Globals Make Some Noise campaign.
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As well as global chart domination with the Spice Girls as Posh Spice, also tried her hand at solo stardom.
In 2001 she released her debut album titled Victoria Beckham which peaked at number 10 in the UK charts.
That same hear she bagged a Top 10 hit with Not Such an Innocent Girl followed by A Mind of It's Own and This Groove in 2002 and 2003 retrospectively.
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