When your mother is one of the best vocalists in the world, it's safe to say that you will grow up surrounded by her music at all times.
For seven-year-old Moroccan and Monroe, Mariah Carey's twins, they not only get to listen to their mother iconic songs, they have been lucky enough to inherit her talent.
The pair have apparently been learning how to sing background vocals for their mom's songs, and they're already nailing it.
In an adorable video posted by Mariah this week, the twins proved just how much their practice is paying off as they sang along to Mariah's hit holiday tune "All I Want For Christmas Is You."
"Roc & Roe have been practicing the background vocals to 'All I Want For Christmas Is You,'" Mariah wrote in the caption. "We're gonna take this one step at a time — we're very excited about it! It's our first video doing this! It's festive, Cmon!!"
The family showed off their Christmas spirit with their outfits. The kids rocked their matching Santa hats while the "Queen of Christmas," wore a bright red scarf.
Check it out:
For some people, this may be the first time that they're hearing Roc and Roe sing, but Mariah has previously given her fans a sneak peek of her children's talent.
Last year, she brought her daughter on stage during one of her concerts to help her sing "Always Be My Baby."
Just like their mother, the twins are destined for Hollywood. Mariah revealed on Jimmy Kimmel Live! that she already recorded a song with Roc and Roe, and is just waiting for their father Nick Cannon's approval before it is released.
"They're definitely talented," she said at the time.
In a separate interview, their father also said that the twins "definitely have the bug," and may have a future in the entertainment industry.
"My kids, especially Moroccan and Monroe, they're hams," Nick told E! News. "They love attention. They love performing. My son is fascinated with cameras and directing and making little movies."