A Pinoy kid just got noticed by The Chainsmokers for his amazing pen-drumming skills!
With millions of fans uploading their own covers of The Chainsmokers' hits on the internet, it's quite hard to catch the American DJ duo's attention - especially if you try to keep it low key.
Dineson Cañeda - a Taekwondo player with a talent of turning pens into percussion instruments - uploaded a video of him tapping out The Chainsmokers' "Don't Let Me Down" with the use of nothing but his fists and a pair of pens! Yep, and it caught the attention of Drew Taggart and Alex Pall!
The video, which was shared by The Chainsmokers on their Facebook page, called the young kid a "legend"! "YOU WORK WITH WHAT YOU GOT! RESPECT TO THIS LEGEND," they wrote in the caption.
Cañeda then thanked the chart-topping DJ duo for recognizing his work through a comment on their post, writing: "THANK YOU VERY MUCH THE CHAINSMOKERS IT REALLY MADE MY DREAM CAME TRUE."
Watch the video below and be amazed by the talent of this young kid!
What can you say about Dino Cañeda's pen-drumming skills? Tell us in the comments!