Drake Grillo is not like other young children. Once upon a time, there was a bold little lad. He resided in a little town where the annual basketball game was the main annual event.
Thousands of residents from the town would attend the game, which was always played at the stadium.
One year, right before the game began, the event’s coordinator, who was in charge of the national anthem, discovered that the singer had become unwell and would not be able to perform.
They frantically asked the crowd if anyone could sing the national anthem in front of the entire stadium if they knew it.
Drake, a 3-year-old youngster who had always been quiet and reserved, had been taught the song by his mother.
He stepped forward without thinking and declared he could sing it.
Given that Drake was still a little child and that the national anthem is a difficult song to perform in front of such a large audience, the organizer was dubious.
Drake was adamant that he could succeed and was determined.
The stadium quieted when Drake entered the playing area.
Everyone was in amazement at the bravery of this small boy who had walked up to sing the national anthem.
When Drake started singing, the audience was in awe of the gorgeous and potent voice that emanated from his diminutive frame.
The crowd erupted in clapping and cheers at the conclusion of the song for Drake.
Drake was no longer the quiet and reserved youngster he had been before that day.
He had grown more confident and had proven to everyone his extraordinary abilities.