Another day, another toddler gone viral. The most recent trending little one? Three-year-old Fenn Rosenthal, daughter of musician Tom Rosenthal, for creating her very own song about ill-fated dinosaurs, adorably titled “Dinosaurs in Love.” The video showcasing her singing and lyrics sits at 940,000 views (and counting).
On top of the song making little Fenn an internet star, it’s now going to be released on Spotify with all proceeds going to a wildlife charity.
“I think she’s got a really good sense of timing,” Rosenthal told CNN and attributed the song’s popularity because it’s “evocative.”
While this is Fenn’s first solo song, Rosenthal encourages both her and her six-year-old sister Beth to create their own songs all the time.
“I just let them go wild with whatever is happening,” Rosenthal said. Their past songs have centered around the animals they take interest in, from tigers and zebras, to elephants and, of course, dinosaurs.
The latest internet hit starts off by talking about the happy life of a couple of dinosaurs, a melody about them having a party, eating fruit and cucumber falling in love. Doomsday interrupts the cheer – “a big bang” brings about the short song’s climax as the dinosaur lovers meet their unfortunate fate.
What does the young hitmaker think of her newfound fame? Not much, according to her dad. “I told her that her grandma liked it and she wasn’t that fussed about that. She enjoyed doing it, she listened to it when it was done and then she was gone commented Rosenthal.
Watch the video down below to hear Fenn in action:
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