Little Zuma Rossdale is one cute kid — there’s no doubt about it.
The 4-year-old tyke — the younger son of singer Gwen Stefani and Bush frontman Gavin Rossdale — made a cameo on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on September 25, playing some mean guitar with his rockstar mom and her three No Doubt bandmates in footage from their pre-show sound check.
"Zuma's the one who's showing more interest in the guitar," Gwen said (via Us Weekly). "Since he was tiny, he's always played the guitar — well, he doesn't really play guitar, but he thinks he does." Essentially, he has the makings of a brilliant air guitarist. Next stop: Juilliard?
No Doubt recently released Push and Shove, their first album in 11 years. We can all blame Zuma (and the other No Doubt kids) for the delay. “It was just chaos, so that's one of the reasons it took as long as it did,” explained Gwen.
At least it’s adorable chaos. Watch Zuma strum away below: