Cruz Beckham's single a 'one-off'

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CRUZ Beckham is not planning to launch a full-time music career yet.

Although the 11-year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham has just released his debut single, the charity song 'If Every Day Was Christmas', his parents want him to focus on his education right now.

A source told The Sun: "Everyone has gone totally mad over Cruz's little Christmas record. But that's all this ever was, just a kid who loves to sing, doing something for his local radio station's charity.

"Cruz is intent on staying at school and being a full-time pupil, not becoming a pop star. Everyone got swept away on a wave of pushy parents, record deals and albums, but the truth is it's so much more simple.

There is no album or touring with Justin Bieber, as has been suggested.

"It's just a one-off Christmas song."

And Scooter Braun - who has signed Cruz to his roster of clients, which also includes Justin Bieber and Kanye West - hopes the song will inspire other youngsters to "give back" as the proceeds from the track will go to Global's Make Some Noise charity to help underprivileged young people.

Scooter told 'Entertainment Tonight': "I've known him and his parents for a while.

"I saw him sing, and David and I had a conversation and then decided, [let's] let him have some fun. And then he made a Christmas single, and he actually came to us and said, 'Hey, I want to do this for charity and help other kids.'

"And when they told me the idea, I said I'd be more than happy to help.

"I think everything, with the song that he put out, all the money goes to charity, to help underprivileged kids in the UK, and I hope, as an 11 year old, he inspires more kids to give back."

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