It looks like the music gene has been passed on in Wiz Khalifa's family - from him to his son, Sebastian Taylor.

The 4-year-old was videoed singing along to Taylor Swift's new track "Look What You Made Me Do" by his mother Amber Rose. Sitting as a table in front of a microphone, headphones draped over his ears, the youngster perfectly captures the flow and delivery that Swift has in her 2017 track, the first offering from what looks to be a Kanye West diss project, wrapped up in a similar font and album art. However, Wiz's boy has no such thoughts of retaliation on his mind (as far as we know), perfectly comfortable just singing the hits, something he's been known to do once or twice before. Check out the Taylor singalong video below.

He loves him some @taylorswift 😂😍🎃

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Another song that Sebastian has been known to belt out from time to time is the Chicago classic "You're My Inspiration." First gracing the charts in in the mid-1980's, the track peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has become a mainstay in popular culture, being featured in films like Deadpool and A Hologram for the King. Though it may be considered more of a punchline than an actual song these days, it's no secret that Wiz and Amber's son is down with harmonizing to this classic. Whether it's with his dad in the car, his mom at one of their shows or backstage with members of the band, Sebastian can croon with the best of the Pre-K prodigies. Watch the video evidence below.

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Pumpkin and I jammin to @chicagotheband Thanks for everything! 😍

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Awww @chicagotheband made Sebastian's Dream come true! Thanks guys! 😍

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When it comes to his own music, it seems that Wiz Khalifa has been hard at work cooking up some fresh material as of late. His name was on the list of featured artists that will be popping up on Ty Dolla $ign's upcoming album Beach House 3, a project that is set to arrive this coming Friday, October 27th. If that weren't enough to get fans of the Wiz excited, he's also a solo mixtape on the horizon, titled Laugh Now Fly Later. Which project are you the most excited for? Let us know in the comments.