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Seeing as how you're a proud citizen of Internet, we know you remember the Walmart yodeling kid. His cover of "Lovesick Blues" by Hank Williams became a certified hit around the world. Video of him yodeling the song in the aisles of Walmart went viral; people started doing trap remixes of it; there was a dance craze — things were NUTS for Mason Ramsey for a minute there. If you thought his fifteen minutes were up, his latest video is about to prove you oh-so-festively wrong.


Mason's a little bit older and wiser (and has a better budget) now. He's released a new music video just in time for the holiday season. This time, he's gracing our ear holes with the classic "White Christmas." The video features him up on stage while some kids dance around and decorate a giant tree. It's adorable.

The first thing we noticed, though, is that Mason is getting his man face. The little yodeling baby we all fell for is growing up!

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Press play and enjoy three and a half minutes of holiday awesomeness.

Mason Ramsey - White Christmas [Official Music Video] www.youtube.com


When he shared the video on Twitter, people fell in love pretty much right away. How could you not? He was adorable when he was yodeling about a girl calling him Sweet Daddy. This song and video prove that he's more than just a cute li'l Wally World country boy — the kid is legitimately talented! He hit the low note on the word "Christmas" for the first time and suddenly the game is changed.

Twitter was like:









You're welcome for the Christmas classic you never knew you needed, guys.

H/T: Buzzfeed, YouTube, Twitter

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