Following the steps of his former Spice Girls mom, Cruz Beckham released his first single ever on Capital FM on Wednesday morning.


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After signing with Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun and teasing its release, David and Victoria Beckham‘s son shared his song, “If Every Day Was Christmas,” produced for charity.

The catchy holiday track recalls  Bieber’s debut single “Baby.” Fans have already taken to social media to compare the two and express their appreciation.

“If everyday was Christmas and I can’t be with you / underneath the mistletoe / kiss you when nobody knows,” Cruz sings.

All proceeds from the single go to the foundation Make Some Noise, supporting children around the United Kingdom.

“Not his average morning before school… Proud of my little man with his new Christmas single and also helping children around the UK with the proceeds from this,” Cruz’s father David captioned in a post. “#ifeverydaywaschristmas @cruzbeckham @AppleMusic @globals_make_some_noise.”

However, Good Morning Britain‘s host Piers Morgan took to Twitter to slam the 11-year-old boy’s work – and more particularly his parents’ involvement.

“Wouldn’t it help Cruz Beckham if he was able to compete on a level playing field,” the host said. “I don’t think it helps propelling this young boy on to a platform because mummy and daddy are famous.”

In response, Braun was quick to defend his protected teen star.

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