Tot Rock: 10 Songs With Famous Babies Taking A Guest Verse

by (@JordanRuntagh)

Tot Rock

In honor of Robin Thicke’s funk-tastic Blurred Lines album dropping on Tuesday, we’ve declared it Robin Thicke Week! One of the highlights of the new disc is the cut “Ain’t No Hat 4 That”, which features vocal help from Thicke’s 3-year old son Julian Fuego. With a name like that, you just know that this kid is gonna be a star! It’s pretty adorable, but Robin is far from the first doting parent to feature their pride and joy on one of their tracks. Read on the check out 10 of our favorite artists who’ve let their babies in on the family business!

10. “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder (ft. Aisha Morris)

Written as a tribute to his new daughter Aisha, the single version of this 1976 cut lets you hear only a short snippet of baby-babble. But the full length version off Songs On The Key of Life clocks in at over six and a half minutes, and offers extended sounds of Wonder playing with his lovely little girl.

 

9. “Just The Two Of Us” by Will Smith (ft. Trey Smith)

The Fresh Prince pumped up the awww-factor on this re-thinking of the Bill Withers/Grover Washington Jr tune by enlisting vocal help from his own little prince, Trey.