Can I have everybody--
bring it on in.
We came here this eveningto turn it up with Jazz.
All right, so, firstI just want to say,
thank you all for coming out.
Means a lot to me.
So, I want to start withan original, something
that's very dear to my heart.
--[bleep] is kind ofcrazy, it's hard to admit.
You came into my lifeand now I can't forget.
I met you when I was 13.
See, I met you when I wasvulnerable, so I was searching.
But now I'm so in love,I'll beep into it.
So now everyday, it'slike I got to prove it.
They got to havemeanness about you,
they asking if I'm serious.
You my best high, nowmaybe I ain't delirious.
I'm watching mydaughter on stage,
it's even better thanshe had rehearsed it.
I think that Jazz reallyhas what it takes,
and I think she hassomething different.
She has the lyrical content,she has the stage presence.
And I think she hasthe ability to keep
the crowd hype and everybodyenergizing and into her.
Jazz is killing the stage.
I can't stop dancing,I got heels on
and I'm about hurtmyself, because I
just want to just move.
I was just soexcited and so proud.
It made me think about when Iwas, you know, with my group,
and, you know, I was rapping.
People laugh about it,but I had that same type
of intensity when I performed.
And I can see thatin my daughter.
Thank you, guys.