Mason Ramsey had an unforgettable headlining concert in Nashville on Wednesday night (April 24), which included the 12-year-old crowd-surfing on a giant inflatable horse.

Ramsey sold out the historic Exit-In venue, delivering a show-stopping show for concert-goers. But the best part— or at least the most viral — was when he managed to float the crowd while singing his debut single, "Famous."

"If I'm gonna be famous for somethin' /  I wanna be famous for lovin' you / If I'm gonna be known around the world / I wanna because of you, girl / Nothin' wrong with the center of attention / Long as I'm with you, I don't mind the pictures / If I'm gonna be famous for somethin' / Girl, I wanna be famous for lovin' you / Famous for lovin' you," he sings.

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Rest assured, a security guard had his hand under the horse float to help guide Ramsey — known in some circles as Lil Hank Williams — across the venue.

The pre-teen viral star is finishing up his first headlining tour, the How's Your Girl How's Your Family Tour this weekend. The spring run was in promotion of his debut country project, which came a year after Ramsey became an internet sensation after video of him yodeling a Hank Williams in a Walmart store hit the web.

He was quickly signed to Big Loud Records and released an EP. Since then he's performed at Stagecoach, Coachella, Grand Ole Opry, among other high-profile events. He even pretended to be then-pregnant Carrie Underwood's son during a 2018 CMA Awards skit.

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