Like Father, Like Son

Rappers following in the footsteps of their famous fathers.

Busta Rhymes / Trillian - Busta Rhymes is showing no signs of slowing down but that doesn't mean he won't make room for the next generation. The Flipmode and Conglomerate boss just unveiledhis 14-year-old son Trillian, who can eat up tracks too, to the world. Trillian just dropped a video of him going ham over Rae Sremmurd's 'No Type" and the young god proved convincingly that talent on the mic runs in the blood. As Busta's mini-me gets ready to turn up on the industry, check out a few more young guns who followed their famous fathers' footsteps into the studio.(Photo: Busta Rhymes via Instagram)

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Busta Rhymes / Trillian - Busta Rhymes is showing no signs of slowing down but that doesn't mean he won't make room for the next generation. The Flipmode and Conglomerate boss just unveiledhis 14-year-old son Trillian, who can eat up tracks too, to the world. Trillian just dropped a video of him going ham over Rae Sremmurd's 'No Type" and the young god proved convincingly that talent on the mic runs in the blood. As Busta's mini-me gets ready to turn up on the industry, check out a few more young guns who followed their famous fathers' footsteps into the studio.(Photo: Busta Rhymes via Instagram)

T.I. / Domani - T.I. debuted his son Damoni, aka G-Money, as his newest rap protégé in a performance at the ATL stop of the Scream Tour.(Photos from left: Facebook, Jeff Daly/PictureGroup)

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T.I. / Domani - T.I. debuted his son Damoni, aka G-Money, as his newest rap protégé in a performance at the ATL stop of the Scream Tour.(Photos from left: Facebook, Jeff Daly/PictureGroup)

Will and son Jaden Smith - "There's so much negative imagery of Black fatherhood," says Will. "I've got tons of friends that are doing the right thing by their kids, and doing the right thing as a father—and how come that's not as newsworthy?”(Photo: Walik Goshorn/Retna Ltd.)

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Will Smith / Jaden Smith - Will Smith may be the superstar dad, but his son Jaden is not too far behind him. After a promising appearance in The Karate Kid, Jaden began flexing his mic skills, releasing multiple projects online.(Photo: Walik Goshorn / Retna Ltd.)

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Master P / Lil Romeo - There is no limit to what the Miller family can accomplish. CEO Master P launched his son Lil' Romeo's rap career at a very young age.(Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for NAACP)

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Birdman / Lil Wayne - Okay, okay, so they are not biologically related. This we know. But Lil' Wayne has often referred to Baby as his daddy, and despite their current family feud, the CEO of Cash Money did father the CEO of Young Money in his own way.(Photo: Adrian Sidney/PictureGroup)

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Ice Cube / OMG and Doughboy - Ice Cube provided his sons OMG and Doughboy with their first big break by featuring them on his ninth studio album, I Am the West, in 2010.(Photo: Lench Mob)

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Ice Cube / OMG and Doughboy - Ice Cube provided his sons OMG and Doughboy with their first big break by featuring them on his ninth studio album, I Am the West, in 2010.(Photo: Lench Mob)

He's Passing the Torch - Rev. Run and Diggy have gotta be the best father-son rappers of all time. Diggy is just getting started, but his talent and potential are undeniable. Run's catalog, meanwhile, needs no introduction. (Photo: Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

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Rev Run / Diggy Simmons - Diggy Simmons gained notoriety for following in both his father and Uncle Russell's footsteps by launching his owns grassroots campaign to promote his rap career. So far so good, as his efforts warranted him a deal with Atlantic Records.(Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

E-40 / Droop-E - Known by many as Lil E, Bay Area legend E-40's son Droop-E is a chip off the old block. Not only is he rapping but he's been known to mimic his father's colorful flow and lingo, most notably on the track "It's All Bad," from his father's 1995 album In a Major Way.(Photos from left: Sick Wid It Records, Chris Graythen/Getty Images for Jive Records)

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E-40 / Droop-E - Known by many as Lil E, Bay Area legend E-40's son Droop-E is a chip off the old block. Not only is he rapping but he's been known to mimic his father's colorful flow and lingo, most notably on the track "It's All Bad," from his father's 1995 album In a Major Way.(Photos from left: Sick Wid It Records, Chris Graythen/Getty Images for Jive Records)

Kurtis Blow / Kurtis Blow Jr.  - Taking on his father's stage name was a difficult pill to swallow at first. However, the Cali-bred son of hip hop legend Kurtis Blow says he took on the moniker knowing that it would get people to listen to his music and see how talented he is.(Photos from left: Myspace, Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

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Kurtis Blow / Kurtis Blow Jr. - Taking on his father's stage name was a difficult pill to swallow at first. However, the Cali-bred son of hip hop legend Kurtis Blow says he took on the moniker knowing that it would get people to listen to his music and see how talented he is.(Photos from left: Myspace, Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

Sean Combs / Quincy - It's no secret that Diddy isn't biologically related to his eldest son Quincy, however, they couldn't be more alike. As a rapper and actor, he even nabbed the cover of BE magazine alongside other celeb kids striking out on their own.(Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

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Sean Combs / Quincy - It's no secret that Diddy isn't biologically related to his eldest son Quincy, however, they couldn't be more alike. As a rapper and actor, he even nabbed the cover of BE magazine alongside other celeb kids striking out on their own.(Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)

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Doug E. Fresh / Trip and Slim - Rap legend Doug E. Fresh has taken a stage in his son Trip and Slim's future career in hip hop by managing their group, Square Off.(Photos from left: Myspace, Mike Coppola/Getty Images for DIRECTV)

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Doug E. Fresh / Trip and Slim - Rap legend Doug E. Fresh has taken a stage in his son Trip and Slim's future career in hip hop by managing their group, Square Off.(Photos from left: Myspace, Mike Coppola/Getty Images for DIRECTV)

Ol Dirty Bastard / Young Dirty - The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Young Dirty, the son of late rapper Ol Dirty Bastard, says that he keeps his father's legacy alive through his own career in music.(Photos from left: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images, Evan Agostini/GettyImages)

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Ol Dirty Bastard / Young Dirty - The apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Young Dirty, the son of late rapper Ol Dirty Bastard, says that he keeps his father's legacy alive through his own career in music.(Photos from left: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images, Evan Agostini/GettyImages)