2 Chainz Daughter Freestyle Raps Like A Boss, Apparently
Will 2 Chainz daughter become a hip-hop star in coming years? Only time will tell, but a recent Instagram video shows she may have potential.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – APRIL 20: 2 Chainz performs during “Berner Presents Hippie Hill” at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on April 20, 2018 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images)
Everyone’s favorite Supreme-goggle-wearing, Christmas-sweater-slanging rap superstar, 2 Chainz, posted an interesting video to his Instagram story earlier this week: A clip of his five-year-old daughter freestyling in the studio. Turns out, 2 Chainz daughter has some raps.
The prolific Southern rapper sits in the foreground, announcing that, “We back at it now.” Then, the official #1 dad/hype man proceeds to hold it down while his daughter, dwarfed by enormous headphones, touches on such varied topics as her skateboard (“I got a skateboard, you see me ridin’ on it/ So cool, cause I like it.”), her impending birthday (“How old are you?/Well you see, here I’m turning 6!”), and her healthy habits (“I like Gatorade, isn’t that so good cuz water is good!/What if you eat healthy stuff?”). A question we should all be asking ourselves, really!
As you can see, the video concludes with 2 Chainz daughter asking him about the “pink trap house,” which causes him to crack up. According to 24/7 Hip Hop News, this is a reference to 2 Chainz last studio album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, in which the pink trap house featured heavily. Apparently, his daughter is well-versed in his catalog!
While she’s not quite as polished as the man who gave us “Spend It,” still a certified banger, she’s obviously on to something. Perhaps, like another skateboard-loving youth, she might even eclipse her dad? No one thought much of it when Riley Hawk was just a wee child, learning to put together his skateboard. Safe to say they do now!
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