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Little girl asks "do you hear that bass" in viral video

(Source: YouTube) (Source: YouTube)
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

A three-year-old from Utah is winning the hearts of people across the internet, including rapper and actor LL Cool J.

In the video, Bostyn is seen dancing around to LL Cool J's 1988 single "Going Back to Cali." Mom, Tana Grover, posted the video on her Facebook page in January 2014.

The little girl is singing and snapping her fingers in the video.

"Do you hear that bass, mom?" she asks.

VIDEO FOR MOBILE USERS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Dc1C77nra4 

In over a year, the video has been shared more than 77,000 times. It might have gotten a big boost when LL Cool J posted the video on his Facebook page Wednesday afternoon.

Grover told BuzzFeed she's "100000% obsessed" with LL Cool J. Bostyn's mom said every time she gets in the car she says, “Mom! Turn up the bass.”

Her obsession with LL Cool J can be seen on Grover's Facebook page, which includes a couple of other videos of Bostyn dancing to his songs.

"Going back to Cali" got a repeat performance in February 2014 and "Mama Said Knock You Out" did a couple of hours later.

WEB EXTRA: See the "Knock You Out" video here

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