There was definitely some mixed reactions to Nirvana as Fine Brothers Entertainment had kids reacting to the 90s grunge band yesterday (3/26).

Check out the video below and find out what they thought!

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Considering the age of the reactors range from 8-years-old to 13-years-old, that means their youngest reactor was born 18 years after Nirvana's Nevermind was released.

When the kids first hear the name of the band, one reactor thinks it's a “hippie name” along with commenting that the name sounds like “a drink at Jamba Juice.” But for the most part, none of the kids have listened to the music, only have either heard the name before or possibly have seen one of the shirts.

From there, the kids got a chance to listen to some of Nirvana's greatest songs such as “In Bloom,” “Come As You Are,” “Polly” and of course, “Smells Like Teen Spirit.”

There was definitely some mixed reactions, especially regarding frontman Kurt Cobain's voice, but they definitely found a new superfan in 8-year-old Carlin who literally thought every Nirvana song they showed off was one of the greatest songs he's ever listened to. We can't say we disagree, Carlin.

After listening to the music, the kids express serious confusion as the Fine Bros explain that Nirvana played grunge music.

“It sounds like grunt but grunge and it sounds like you're cramped inside something,”said 9-year-old reactor Katrina.

When the kids were told about Cobain's death in 1994, they all expressed sadness except for superfan Carlin that has a conspiracy on why Cobain died.

“I think he did it on purpose because he could have just asked for not drugs,” said Carlin.

Check out the video below!