At the age of 4, that's when my nephew learned to talk. To his parents surprise, he already learned to hum a tune or two even before he can talk. So when he finally was able to talk, he didn't just hum but also sang songs that we didn't know the language yet, loud and proud. LOL! Sometimes listening to him sing at that time makes you think twice if he actually is singing the songs you have in mind because he make different lyrics out of them.
Now that he's seven, I keep on introducing to him different song genre. So far, he likes listening to classical music. And if I have enough money, I'd enroll him in Piano lessons so he'd get to play the classical music by himself. I likes the idea for now.
I can see a future musician from my nephew. I know for sure that when he becomes older, he'd be more interested in music than I was when I was his age. Well, I didn't have anyone to support me when I was little. So I think, he's fortunate enough. I won't think twice about buying the music instruments he'd like to acquire or if he'd like to try the teenage engineering op-1 in case he'd be into recording music and stuff, I will be there to support him.
I could be a stage aunt in case he'd pursue into a musical career. I definitely will be more than proud to be an influence to him in music.