Which generation gap? Grandma, 70, entertains the 17-year-old grandson by playing a Dr Dre hit and game theme melodies on the piano
- Dalton Krell, 17, asked Grandma to play favorite songs while visiting her in Texas
- The 70-year-old copied songs from Call of Duty and from Dr Dre on her piano
- Hilarious video shows Dalton smiling and dancing along the famous songs
A 70-year-old grandmother spectacularly entertained her teenage grandson by playing a dr. Dre hit and his favorite melodies on the piano.
Dalton Krell, 17, recorded the music session while visiting his grandmother Jackie Gililland in Lubbock, Texas, for her birthday.
Hilarious video shows how she quickly plays every song Dalton asks for, including tunes from Minecraft, The Office and Pixar’s Up.
Dalton Krell, 17, asked his grandmother Jackie Gililland (left together) to play some of his favorite tunes on the piano while visiting her in Lubbock, Texas, for her birthday
In the clip, Dalton sees his phone placed on the piano with sheet music for one of his requests.
His grandmother then plays the melody, even though she does not know what the music is, to the great amusement of her grandson.
Dalton, who lives in Huntsville, Alabama, sings while he floats his head and can’t help smiling.
He asks for tunes from Call Of Duty, in which he writes that the music of zombies is on the clip before he goes to music from game Minecraft.
Video shows the teenager who gets sheet music (left) on his phone for his grandmother to read while she plays the songs (right)
Dalton loves the music session (left while his grandmother plays Dr. Dre and right while music from the movie Up) and laughs as he pushes his head to the piano
Dalton said: ‘My grandmother has been playing the piano for 58 years. I asked her if she could read sheet music and she said yes.
‘I was looking for some of my favorite theme songs from video games such as Black Ops 2 and Minecraft and let her play them.
“She didn’t know what she was playing and was confused as to why I thought it was so cool. She didn’t know I was taking video for TikTok, but I told her 20 minutes later that I posted it.
“I showed her then and it went viral. She didn’t believe me and frankly I didn’t believe it either.
After his video went viral, Dalton explained how his grandmother (left together) was ‘confused’, why he thought she was playing (right on the piano), the requests were so cool