Your House Is Too Quite
Use In Case Of Silence Emergency
Opera Singer In The Making
You know, just to give you a faint heads up that you might want to turn down your speaker volume, remove all sleeping babies from the vicinity, and deactivate overly sensitive car alarms before playing this video.
Do note that her normal voice isn't quite that shrill and squeaky, which you can hear when she asks to see the video at the end (if you can tolerate Twinkle Twinkle Little Star sung that enthusiastically for 45 seconds). She's been playing around with using a baby voice at times recently, and it truly does bring about a new level of cringe to her always top volume solos. However, I did think her use of make shift percussion instruments while singing pretty impressive. And, um... loud.