Internet star Yodel Boy packs the Core

Eleven-year-old internet sensation Mason Ramsey, otherwise known as Yodel Boy, stopped in for an afternoon performance at the Core Shopping Centre in downtown Calgary prior to his Stampede show at Cowboys nightclub .

The pre-pubescent country singer gained worldwide notoriety after a video of himself singing Hank Williams’ “Lovesick Blues” in a Walmart went viral.

Eleven-year-old Mason Ramsey,, aka Yodel Boy, performs at the Core shopping Centre on Friday, July 13, 2018. Dean Pilling/Postmedia

The mainly female teenage crowd came early for a close up look at the pint-sized performer and eagerly greeted him by chanting his name and screaming their devotion to him.

Ramsey been dubbed by some as “The next Justin Beiber”, obviously referring to his YouTube stardom, and judging by by the massive crowd of adoring fans that were on hand at this show, those people may very well be right.

11-year-old Mason Ramsey,, aka Yodel Boy, performs at the Core shopping Centre on Friday, July 13, 2018. Dean Pilling/Postmedia

Eleven-year-old Mason Ramsey,, aka Yodel Boy, performs at the Core shopping Centre on Friday, July 13, 2018. Dean Pilling/Postmedia

Eleven-year-old Mason Ramsey,, aka Yodel Boy, performs at the Core shopping Centre on Friday, July 13, 2018. Dean Pilling/Postmedia

Eleven-year-old Mason Ramsey,, aka Yodel Boy, performs at the Core shopping Centre on Friday, July 13, 2018. Dean Pilling/Postmedia

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