Junior Andre may be on holiday in Dubai with dad Pete, but he's still putting in the work towards his future music career.
The youngster, who is the son of singer Peter Andre and Katie Price, has been spotted in a recording studio while on holiday.
Junior, 16, posed for a series of shots on producer Ayo Beatz's Instagram stories.
Captioning a video that showed Junior eating sushi in the studio, the producer said: "Sushi vybes in the studio" before tagging Junior in the photos.
Junior later shared the clip on his own Instagram, where he's racked up nearly half a million followers.
Ayo Beatz recently worked with Love Island star Wes Nelson on remixed track Drive by Clean Bandit and Topic.
It was reported in August that Junior had signed a deal with prestigious Columbia Records.
The 16 year old confirmed the news and announced that he had 'been secretly working' on the 'massive project' with Columbia Records UK, that represents the likes of Harry Styles, in partnership with Rebel Records.
Junior posted a picture alongside his father to his Instagram followers as he thanked his family and friends for their support.
The teenager wrote: "Wow.. where do I start. These past 6 months have been hectic. But I’ve loved every single second of it. My dad took me to the studio 6 months ago and got me in the booth at @rebelrecs.
"Since then I have secretly been working on a MASSIVE project, and not long ago got a call saying @columbiauk want to sign me! I would just like to say thank you to the team @rebelrecs alongside my dad who have helped develop me into an artist.
"And of course a big shoutout to @skartist and @marcellonoego who are very talented and have been working with me on this project since the start."
Junior's latest music making has come while he's on holiday in Dubai with dad Pete, 48, sister Princess, 14 and stepmother Emily MacDonagh, 32.
Peter chatted to OK! recently about his son's blossoming music career, telling us he'd be "overseeing" his son's journey.
“I’ll be standing next to him the whole time and be his point of call!” he explained. “He’s very secretive about his music, but it is unbelievable. I’m sure you’ll all hear it soon.”
When asked whether he'd collaborate with his son, the Mysterious Girl singer remained coy.
He said: "Our styles are completely different. He’ll appeal to a whole new generation and I’m more appealing to the older generation. We’ll do some stuff together too, but that’s for later rather than now.
“I just want to focus on him, get him off the ground and doing his thing. I’m so proud of him.”
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