Teen Savvy Blog: China McClain's Live Stock Rodeo Performance

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Sibling trio; China, Lauryn and Sierra McClain hit up the Live Stock Rodeo in Houston recently for Big Time Rush. The girls sang "Calling All the Monsters", a song from China's Disney Channel sitcom A.N.T. Farm after the events rodeo competition. In the songs official video they can all be seen arriving at a haunted house with China entering to arise the once dead creatures living within it. In a "Thriller" inspired synchronized dance number China shines showing her dance skills.

Starting her career as both an actress and singer China is amongst the young movers and shakers of the new generation. She is definitely in good company with people like Zendaya Coleman of Shake It Up and her good buddy Willow Smith. Starring alongside her older sisters in Tyler Perry's Daddy's Little Girls the then 8 year old no doubt stood out amongst her siblings. Coming from a musical background both of their parents are in the music industry. Following their Live Stock appearance the girls performed at the Great Girl Gathering at Mall of America.

In an interview with National Geographic Kids the 13-year old had this to say about her character on the show: "Sadly, I'm not as good at music as Chyna. She plays 13 different instruments, but I can only play four. By the end of the first series, I want to be able to play all of the instruments she plays. I'm practicing like crazy, but I don't know if I'll ever be up to her standards!" The acronym for the A.N.T. in the title of McClain's sitcom stands for Advanced Natural Talents, which is exactly what she exudes. With a mindset like this sky's the limit for the Disney kid.

McClain's forthcoming single, the follow up to "Dynamite" will be the official version of a song appropriately titled "Unstoppable" that she performed at the last years Macy's Day Parade. Songs sung by the trio can be found on the A.N.T. Farm soundtrack. Under the name The McClain Sisters the girls are set to release an album as a trio later this year.

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