Season three Love & Hip Hop veteran, Jen the Pen, may have only been on the show for one season, but she definitely is a memorable former cast member because of that fight with Raqi Thunda and her constant conflict with her boyfriend, Consequence, on how to raise their son, Caiden. But four years later, and it’s Caiden that’s out here hustling to make his own way in the hip hop world — while also balancing the trials and tribulations of being in the first grade.
Yes, you read that correctly, a child is out here in these streets hustling dropping bars and shooting music videos while his peers are shuffling through reading flashcards.
He currently has a single out, “Yellow Diamonds” and so far only the audio is available because the video is in post production.
The song is basically about how he’s poppin’, and makes very cute references to the Minions because what six-year-old (or any adult that’s ever seen a Despicable Me movie) doesn’t like Minions? Caiden has bars, an expansive vocabulary and a pretty booked-and-busy lifestyle he’s all trying to maintain.
This isn’t his first time in the studio or on set. Caiden had a feature on a song with his dad back in 2015:
With his dad being a big time producer, we’re sure this isn’t the last time Caiden will be hopping into the booth.