Most 5-year-old girls spend their time playing with dolls, but Eduarda Henklein spends her time playing the drums, and she totally kills it. This week, a video of the musical prodigy performing a spot-on cover of System of a Down's "Chop Suey" has gone totally viral.
The video, which was actually uploaded to YouTube in May, is recirculating this week thanks to the little girl's insane skills and control of her instrument. "Chop Suey," which is known for its erratic tempo changes, is no easy task to drum, but Henklein makes it seem like the most natural thing in the world as she bangs on the cymbals and handles the kick drum like a little boss.
Henklein covers the entire song flawlessly, and if that weren't enough, she sings along to Serj Tankien's vocals while she plays the drums.
Though Henklein has since turned 6 years old, Alternative Press notes that she was just 5 years old when the clip was recorded.
Since going viral earlier this week, the cover of "Chop Suey" has amassed over 562,000 views on YouTube.
If watching little Eduarda play "Chop Suey" wasn't enough to satisfy your love of drum covers or adorably talented tots, her YouTube channel is filled with drum covers. In her short six years, Henklein has covered everything from The Beatles' "She Loves You" to Pink Floyd's "Hey You" to Metallica's "Enter Sandman" and Van Halen's "Jump." She has also seemingly been drumming and making videos since she was just 4 years old.