Pint-Sized Rapper Lil' P-Nut Performs on 'Ellen'
Pint-Sized Rapper Lil' P-Nut Performs on 'Ellen'

Ellen DeGeneres welcomed an adorable 7-year old rapper, Lil' P-Nut onto her talk show Monday (Sept. 27) to perform his original rap, "You May Be the One For Me," which tells of P-Nut's 2nd grade playground crush.

Lil' P-Nut, named by his uncle for his peanut-shaped head as a baby, told Ellen that he has been writing raps and performing dances since he was only four years old, and if that doesn't impress you, he is looking to stay in school and eventually become a scientist and an actor when he grows up.

Video: Lil' P-Nut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Lil' P-Nut raps: "You can be my study buddy / Teach me about social studies / When we do work we can go outside and get money." Talk about having your priorities straight.

To further Lil' P-Nut's street cred, Ellen offered a Fisher Price Cadillac Escalade as a parting gift, so P-Nut will be sure to play in style.