Daddy's Girl: Famous Fathers and Daughters

Don't miss Cymphonique and Master P tonight on 106 & Park!

Master P and Cymphonique - As one of the South's perennial music moguls, Percy Miller was a prime example of the importance of diversifying your brand. It's a lesson his daughter clearly took to heart. At only 15 years of age, Cymphonique Miller, known simply as Cymphonique, has already established herself as a force in the entertainment industry. In addition to starring in the hit show How to Rock on Nickolodeon, the teen star has also released a number of hit singles including "Lil Miss Swaggar," "Daddy I'm a Rockstar" and "Butterflies." In 2011 she was nominated for a BET Award for Best Female Artist. At the rate she's going, there is no doubt that P will have plenty to brag about as his empire continues to grow.(Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

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Master P and Cymphonique - As one of the South’s perennial music moguls, Percy Miller was a prime example of the importance of diversifying your brand. It’s a lesson his daughter clearly took to heart. At only 15 years of age, Cymphonique Miller, known simply as Cymphonique, has already established herself as a force in the entertainment industry. In addition to starring in the hit show How to Rock on Nickolodeon, the teen star has also released a number of hit singles including “Lil Miss Swaggar,” “Daddy I’m a Rockstar” and “Butterflies.” In 2011 she was nominated for a BET Award for “Best Female Artist.” At the rate she’s going, there is no doubt that P will have plenty to brag about as his empire continues to grow. Don't miss Cymphonique and Master P tonight on 106!(Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

Jay Z and Blue Ivy - Before she was even born, Blue Ivy Carter was more highly anticipated than one of her father's albums. Wasting no time, Hov helped jumpstart his first born child's music career with a guest appearance at the end of his single "Glory," which featured the newest member of the Carter family crying before she was even 10-minutes old.(Photo: DLM Press/PacificCoastNews.com)

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Jay-Z and Blue Ivy - Before she was even born, Blue Ivy Carter was more highly anticipated than one of her father's albums. Wasting no time, Hov helped jumpstart his first born child's music career with a guest appearance at the end of his single "Glory," which featured the newest member of the Carter family crying before she was even 10-minutes old.(Photo: DLM Press/PacificCoastNews.com)

Nas and Destiny - While she made a rare cameo in her father's video for the song "Daughters," Destiny's name has been popping up in the Queensbridge MC's songs ever since his debut album, Illmatic, back in 1994. In 2012 Nas dedicated a whole track to her (and fathers and daughters everywhere) on his Life Is Good. "She looked at me like I'm not the cleanest father figure/ But she rocking with it," he spit.(Photos: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images; Courtesy Twitter)

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Nas and Destiny - While she made a rare cameo in her father's video for the song "Daughters," the 17-year-old's name has been popping up in the Queensbridge MC's songs ever since his debut album, Illmatic, back in 1994. Nas is hardly the first music star to express his love for his daughter, and the Queensbridge MC has inspired us to take a look at some of music’s most famous daughters, some that have even followed in the footsteps of their dads.(Photos: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images; Courtesy Twitter)

Eminem and Hailie

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Eminem and Hailie - Before she could even form full sentences, Eminem's daughter, Hailie, made her first cameo on her father's debut album, The Slim Shady LP (on a Dr. Dre beat nonetheless). Now 16, Hailie continues to inspire the superstar MC to live healthy and make record-breaking albums.(Photos: Scott Gries/PictureGroup; Courtesy Twitter)

Vanessa and Angela - Even with Diggy's steadily improving rhyme skills, we gotta go with Angela and Vanessa as our favorite young Simmonses. With their looks, their style and their hustle (they've already launched a sneaker line, a website and more), it's no wonder half of hip hop has a crush on them. Good job, Run! (Photo: Johnny Nunez/Wire Image)

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Rev Run and Angela and Vanessa Simmons - When "Run's House" debuted on MTV back in 2005, Joey Simmons aka "Rev Run" went from being known as one of the pre-eminent pioneers of hip hop to the lovable father who never loses his sense of humor. Run's daughters, Angela and Vanessa, became celebrities in their own right from the show, but that did not stop them from following their own aspirations. The sister act launched their own line of footwear called Pastry 2007 and has since turned the brand into a household name.(Photo: Johnny Nunez/Getty Images)

Lil Wayne and Reginae - Lil Wayne's daughter, Reginae, has made claim to her own fame, stuntin' like her daddy (and her momma, reality show star Toya. She was a member of the OMG Girlz and branched her lyrical talent into literary success with the release of Paparazzi Princesses, a novel co-written with Birdman's dauther, Bria Williams.(Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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Lil Wayne and Reginae - Before Blue Ivy, Lil Wayne's daughter, Reginae, was hip hop’s most famous daughter. She may not be old enough to drive, but that's not stopping Reginae from stuntin' like her daddy. Lil Wayne’s daughter from his ex-wife, reality show star Toya, is looking to carry the Carter legacy (no, Jay-Z fans, the other Carter) into future generations as she dabbles in music and television.(Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Will Smith and Willow Smith - This father-daughter duo made their acting debut together in the 2007 megahit I Am Legend, when Willow was only 7. The youngest member of the Smith dynasty, Willow burst onto the music scene with her ubiquitous hit "Whip My Hair," which was nominated for Video of the Year at the 2011 BET Awards. Young Willow, who is signed to Jay Z's Roc Nation label, is set to take on the role of "Orphan Annie" in the musical Annie. Did you expect any less from the daughter of the Fresh Prince?(Photo: Anthony/PacificCoastNews.com)

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Will Smith and Willow Smith - This father-daughter duo made their acting debut together in the 2007 megahit I Am Legend, when Willow was only 7. The youngest member of the Smith dynasty, Willow burst onto the music scene with her ubiquitous hit “Whip My Hair,” which was nominated for Video of the Year at the 2011 BET Awards. Young Willow, who is signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label, is set to take on the role of “Orphan Annie” in the musical Annie. Did you expect any less from the daughter of the Fresh Prince?(Photo: Anthony/PacificCoastNews.com)

Marvin and Nona Gaye - For many offspring of entertainment icons, the pressure to live up to the family name can be overbearing. In the case of Nona Gaye (whose father, Marvin Gaye is widely regarded as the greatest R&B singer of all time) nothing could be further from the truth. In 1992 the singer showed her incipient talent to the world, releasing her first album, Love for the Future, at the age of 18. The 39-year-old has since appeared in several box office hits like Crash, The Matrix Reloaded and XXX: State of the Union.  (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for KCA)

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Marvin and Nona Gaye - For many offspring of entertainment icons, the pressure to live up to the family name can be overbearing. In the case of Nona Gaye (whose father Marvin Gaye is widely regarded as the greatest R&B singer of all time) nothing could be further from the truth. In 1992 the singer showed her incipient talent to the world, releasing her first album, Love for the Future, at the age of 18. The 39-year-old has since appeared in several box office hits like Crash, The Matrix Reloaded and XXX: State of the Union.  (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for KCA)

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Donny Hathaway and Lalah - If Donny Hathaway were alive he would be proud of his daughter, Lalah, who is referred to by many as "the first daughter of soul." The 43-year-old songstress has kept the family legacy alive, releasing award-winning soul albums since the 1990s.(Photo: Gilles Petard/Redferns; Bennett Raglin/Getty Images)

T.I. and Zonnique - Although technically the stepdaughter of the King of the South, there's no missing links here. Zonnique is part of the colorful pop group OMG Girlz and stars with her folks T.I. and Tiny on T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle.(Photos: John Ricard/BET)

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T.I. and Zonnique - Although technically she is his stepdaughter, his swag has clearly rubbed off on the young girl. Zonnique makes up one-third of the colorful pop group OMG Girlz. Like the “Rubber Band Man,” this teenager with the color-changing hair is not averse to flash. At her recent sweet 16, which was fit for a princess, the newly minted driver was given a Porsche to start her off on the road. Although having T.I. and Tiny as parents is pretty awesome in its own right, this young pop princess hopes to pave her own path to success.(Photos: John Ricard/BET)

Boosie Love the Kids - Even though his lawyer advised against it, the first thing Bad Azz did upon being released was head to Baton Rouge to pick up his kids (he's got seven, or, as he said, "a football team"). (Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage) 

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Lil’ Boosie and Iviona - With his life hanging in the balance, Lil' Boosie found support from a young MC with hopes of collaborating with the “Wipe Me Down” rapper, his daughter. The young girl told allhiphop.com that she was ready to show the world "a little version of Boosie." This Father's Day, Boosie has a lot more to be thankful for than most. And, who knows, maybe next Father’s Day they will release a father-daughter album. (Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage/Getty Images)

Snoop Dogg and Cori B - Following in the footsteps of her father, West Coast legend Snoop Dogg, Cori B is making her own mark on pop culture. The rap royalty released her debut single, "Do My Thang," back in 2011, appeared in her father's video for the song "Daddy's Girl," and most recently was featured on his Reincarnation track, "No Guns Allowed." (Photo: Frank Micelotta/PictureGroup)

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Snoop Dogg and Cori B - Following in the footsteps of her father, West Coast legend Snoop Dogg, Cori B is planning on making her own mark on pop culture. The 12-year-old daughter of rap royalty released her debut single, "Do My Thang," back in 2011 and recently appeared in her father's video for the song "Daddy's Girl." (Photo: Frank Micelotta/PictureGroup)

Ludacris and Karma - Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, teach a man to fish, and well... ask Ludacris. He not only has he taught his daughter, Karma, how to create a website, but together they have created a website that allows children and parents to learn together. Karmasworld.com strategically blends education and entertainment, allowing children to have fun while learning subjects like math and geography and even teaches them practical applications like proper etiquette and self-esteem.(Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for KCA)

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Ludacris and Karma - The saying goes that teaching a person to fish is better than simply catching the fish for them. Rapper-actor Ludacris has taken this proverb a step further. Not only has he taught his 10-year-old daughter, Karma, how to create a website, but together they have created a website that allows children and parents to learn together. Karmasworld.com strategically blends education and entertainment, allowing children to have fun while learning subjects like math and geography and even teaches them practical applications like proper etiquette and self-esteem. Armed with a prodigious entrepreneurial acumen and a luminous smile, this little lady and her charismatic father should take pride in knowing that they are helping fathers bond with their daughters everywhere.(Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for KCA)

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Bobby Brown and Bobbi Kristina - As the only offspring from the marriage of Bobby Brown and the late music icon Whitney Houston, Bobbi Kristina Brown knows full well the life of a celebrity child. With her latest exploration into music and film it's quite clear she's following in her mom's and dad's footsteps.(Photos: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images; Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images)

Quincy Jones and Kadida and Rashida - Sisters Kadida and Rashida Jones grew up in a house with virtuoso composer and producer Quincy Jones, but that didn?t stop either of them from becoming masters of the performing arts in their own rights. Kadida, who was famously engaged to Tupac Shakur, made a name for herself as a stylist, model and actress. Younger sister Rashida Jones has had her own successful career as an actress, starring in the hit film The Social Network and the popular television shows Parks and Recreation and Boston Public, for example.(Photo: REUTERS/Fred Prouser)

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Quincy Jones and Kadida and Rashida - Sisters Kadida and Rashida Jones grew up in a house with virtuoso composer and producer Quincy Jones, but that didn’t stop either of them from becoming masters of the performing arts in their own rights. Kadida, who was famously engaged to Tupac Shakur, made a name for herself as a stylist, model and actress. Younger sister Rashida Jones has had her own successful career on the big screen, starring in the hit film The Social Network and the popular television show Boston Public.(Photo: REUTERS/Fred Prouser)

Notorious B.I.G. and T'yanna - On 1994's hit single "Juicy," the notorious one talked about trying to make money just to "feed his daughter." Thanks to the legacy that he left her with, both in life and after death, eating is something T'yanna will never have to worry about. Blessed with her late father's focus and self-reliance, T'yanna picked up his keen fashion sense and studied at Penn State University to become a fashion designer. She launched a clothing line in his memory, Notorious.(Photos: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage/Getty Images; Courtesy Twitter)

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Notorious B.I.G. and T'yanna - On 1994’s hit single "Juicy" the notorious one talked about trying to make money just to "feed his daughter." Thanks to the legacy that he left her with, both in life and after death, eating is something 18-year-old T'yanna will never have to worry about. Blessed with her late father’s focus and self-reliance, T'yanna picked up his keen fashion sense and is currently studying at Penn State University to become a fashion designer. The Notorious B.I.G. would most certainly be one proud Big Poppa if he were here today.(Photos: Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage/Getty Images; Courtesy Twitter)

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Lenny Kravitz and Zoë - The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree in the case of this 23-year-old model-actress. Like her father, Zoë comes from fame but made it on her own terms. With big-screen credits like X-Men: First Class and The Brave One and an undeniable resume as a model, which includes being named the face of Vera Wang’s Princess fragrance in 2009, this young starlet is sure to make her father and fellow fashion icon very proud this Father’s Day.(Photo: Gregg DeGuire/PictureGroup)