The 12-year-old from Edmond, OK dubbed Justin Bieber 2.0 is officially breaking into the music industry.
A YouTube video of Greyson Chance singing "Paparazzi" by Lady Gaga and playing the piano during his sixth grade music festival earned him 20 million fans, a performance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show earlier this month, and even some support from Lady G herself.
Hollywood moves at lightning speed, and Greyson announced that he's signing with Ellen's new record label.
"Greyson ... inspired me to start a record label called eleveneleven. He is my first artist and we are making a record together," the daytime queen says. On Wednesday's show, Greyson performed "Broken Hearts," an original song.
In additional to Ellen's backing, Greyson also will be co-managed by Guy Oseary, Madonna's manager, and Troy Carter, Gaga's handler. Not too shabby!
Of his seemingly overnight transformation from average sixth grade student to music artist with a label, Greyson reveals, "It just makes me happy. It really just hasn't sunken in yet. It has been two weeks and it still hasn't sunken in yet. It's awesome."'
Watch Greyson's cover of "Paparazzi" for his school show: