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Chance the Rapper Sweetly Sang with His 4-Year-Old Daughter Marli Onstage in Mexico
The Voice Coach sweetly sang to his daughter to an adoring crowd.
It looks like Chance the Rapper's little one has musical talents like her dad!
On December 18, The Voice Coach shared some sentimental snapshots of himself with his two daughters, 7-year-old Kensli and 4-year-old Marli, exploring Mexico around the time he held a concert in Cancún on December 13.
In the most adorable moment, Chance took Marli onstage with him while he lovingly sang his song "Work Out" to her. But the best part? She started to sing along with him! And of course, the entire crowd was overloaded with the cuteness.
The other Instagram pictures show Chance holding up Kensli while they stood in front of a pyramid, some explosive firework moments from the concert, and a sweet snapshot of Chance posing with a smiling Kensli and Marli.
This isn't the only time Marli has shown off her pipes to the world. On her 4th birthday in August, Chance showed a precious clip of her singing "Part of Your World" from The Little Mermaid.
Marli debuted her rendition of "Part of Your World" this June when Chance took his girls to see the remake of the movie. In the video Chance posted, Marli sat in her dad's lap while she belted out the song with confidence.
Chance the Rapper on his love for his daughters
“They make me laugh so often,” he told the outlet. “Kensli says really funny stuff and she’s very, very advanced for her age. I know all parents say that about their kids, but it’s ridiculous. She’s so intelligent and she just speaks. She’s very opinionated too. She says exactly how she feels about stuff. She’s 4, but she acts like a 7 year old that’s acting like she’s 13."
In the same interview, Chance talked about how Marli was clearly a daddy's girl from a very young age.
“Her first word was ‘Dada,’ which I’m proud to say both of my girls’ first words were ‘Dad’ basically. She calls everybody ‘Dada’ now. She even calls her toys and her pacifier ‘Dada,’ so that’s just her go-to phrase now."
And in an interview with Access, Chance talked about how Kensli and Marli felt about his work on The Voice. "They like it; they don't like me having to go to work, I think. They get a little upset about that, but they like the show. They watched the live [Semi-Final] the other day and my daughter just got, like, a little watch phone, so she kept calling me in between and I'm like, ‘It's live, I'm literally here right now. But I think, they're both into music a lot, so they like the idea of, you know, seeing me on stage with a bunch of singers," he said.