The parents of a musical 4-year-old posted a video of their son performing a "self-produced" track, and now dubstep star Skrillex is taking notice.

The YouTube clip shows a cutie named KJ hammering away on a keyboard, making his own electronic beats and singing/rapping along. Okay, so you can't understand what the little tyke is saying, but with four years of life under his belt, we're sure it's pretty deep.

Meanwhile, Skrillex posted the video on his Facebook page, with the caption: "RAGIN…so good." With a vote of confidence from a Grammy-winning music producer at age 4, we're predicting big things for KJ.

In another clip, KJ offers a little insight into his musical talents, opening up about his video views. "Every time I make beats, they go download it," he says while tossing what looks like a cookie up in the air. His baby sister, Jacey, also makes a cameo in the interview, but doesn't have much to say.

At 24, Skrillex has three Grammys and several EPs and albums under his belt, so he knows a little something about becoming successful at a young age. Perhaps once KJ expands his vocabulary, the two can collaborate on something extra "ragin" together.

Watch KJ Make Beats