Industrial engineering student Nathaniel Lane has been making a lot of headlines lately for a unique reason. This young man has been covering songs by some of musics biggest artists on his saxophone.

The young musician has adopted a new nickname thanks to the internet. #SaxBae is what everyone is calling him and the reason behind this is because Nate has been showing off his saxophone talents on his Twitter. A little over a month ago, the Atlanta KSU student tweeted two videos of him covering Drake’s “Fake Love” and Chance The Rapper’s “No Problem” featuring 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne. About a week ago he posted another video of him covering Bryson Tiller's "Don't" record. All three videos ended up going viral and helping this man’s saxophone career tremendously.

Nathaniel’s videos have gone so viral that TIME Magazine even took the time to do a short story on his talents and his internet come up. Ironically, this isn't the first time that Nathaniel has had a video that’s gone viral. ESPN recently showed him some love because this college student has a video of him squatting a car. Not only is he musically talented but he’s strong as hell too.

Check out the covers to “Fake Love," “No Problem,” and "Don't" below.

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