10 Rappers Who Made Songs About Fatherhood

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Instead of the usual cash, jewels, and bling topics that are often found in many hip hop lyrics, there are some artists who make dedications to their children through their music. Since many popular rap artists come from families where dad did not stick around during childhood, many of them strive to do a better job at being a great dad for their kids.

Since fathers are extremely important in our lives, rappers who make songs about their children should be applauded for the positive messages they deliver which focus on this important family role.

Click through to check out our Rap Up of 10 rappers who made songs about their children.

10. Don Trip f/ Cee-Lo Green – Letter to My Son

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Don trip speaks about his relationship with his kids mom and how their relationship stinks. Although he has problems and realizes mistakes made with her, he mentions the end result which is the son he loves.

9. Jay-Z f/ Beanie Sigel Where Have You Been

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This is considered one of Jay-Zs most emotional, heart-wrenching tracks that he has ever created. Instead on teaching on what dads should be, the song addresses the artists personal experiences with their fathers.

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