Drop the mic! Kourtney Kardashian's son Mason Disick is showing off his rapping skills — and we're pretty sure his uncle would be impressed.

Taking over his mom's Snapchat, the seven-year-old rocks the Giants baseball filter as he muses about 12-car garages on the social media platform.

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His little sister Penelope, 4, can be heard in the background singing along.

Most KUWTK fans loved hearing from the Kardashian kid, but many felt the rap song was not age-appropriate.

Kourtney was recently criticized for letting Mason leave the house with a toy gun, which he aimed at paparazzi.

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Others could not get over how big he has gotten — making it hard to believe he was the same little boy we saw sleeping in his mom's bed on the E! reality show.

"I mean, I have no idea where it came from because I definitely didn't sleep with my parents unless I was sick or something. I don't know, it just kind of grew," Kourtney told Redbook. "I wasn't reading attachment parenting books before; it's just what came naturally to me. I think even with different kids, it's different. Each kid needs something different."

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While it looks like Mason, who was also proudly wearing his Pablo gear, is following in Kanye West's footsteps, he is not the first Kardashian member to show off their vocals.


Kylie Jenner recently showed off her range on Snapchat — surprising fans with her hidden talent.

"You sing pretty why don't you sing more often," one fan asked before another added, "I have no words!!"

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And who could forget Kim Kardashian's short-lived music career with her 2011 single "Jam (Turn It Up)?"

"The song was for charity; it wasn't for her to have a recording deal," sister Khloé Kardashian said of the song while her producer The Dream added, "It wasn't about kicking off a singing career; it was us really having the power of TV and goofing off."