11-year-old boy breaks it down to Excision on 'America's Got Talent' [Watch]

America’s Got Talent is one of the country’s most beloved TV shows, and what with Simon Cowell, Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, and Sofia Vergara at helm, selecting the most talented individuals who’ve got the guts to perform on their stage, it’s hardly any wonder that the long-running series is an American favorite. Fans of the show have seen everything from Grace Vanderwaal nabbing her big break to 9-year-old Angelica Hale covering Zedd’s “Clarity,” with much more transpiring in between.

More recently, 11-year-old dancer, Noah Epps, stepped up on the stage to show off his talent, and in the process, gave Excision his sonic debut on the show by performing a skillful dance to the bass producer’s song, “Exterminate,” from Excision’s 2018 album, Apex. Painted and dressed up as a marionette, the preteen danced in a robotic style to the routine’s intro, which featured a hip-hop beat before building up to “Exterminate.” As Excision’s song filled the speakers, Epps bent his appendages every which way before concluding the routine, which reaped thunderous applause from the crowd and unanimous approvals from the judges.

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