Some things, like musical talent, just seem to run in the family. T.I.’s daughter Heiress Harris just dropped a cover of Rihanna’s track for the Wakanda Forever soundtrack, “Lift Me Up.” Also, the cover came with a music video attached where the the six-year-old walks on the beach facing a beautiful sunset. In fact, her parents showed up in The Shade Room’s Instagram post to hype their third child together up. Moreover, the Atlanta trap pioneer put a heart-eyes emoji in the comments, keeping it simple and sweet. Meanwhile, Heiress’s mother Tiny commented “Thank you guys” with heart-eyes and heart-hands emojis.
Furthermore, Heiress’s high pitch comes through passionately in the adorable video. “Safe and sound,” she sings, “Drowning in an endless sea / Take some time and stay with me.” While we doubt Heiress is at the angst level of feeling like drowning, the emotion of the song still shines. After all, the gorgeous pianos would make even a health insurance commercial script sound magical. Still, people loved it in the comments, and even told other to never speak poorly of a kid trying hard. Of course, this isn’t the first time that the celebrity daughter made headlines for her burgeoning creativity. A couple of years ago, she turned heads with her take on Megan Thee Stallion’s #SavageChallenge.
Meanwhile, Heiress’s dad Tip recently participated in some enlightening interviews that brought interesting conversations. As one of the legends in Southern hip-hop, his experience and connection to waves both old and current is indelible. For example, he recently made various comments about his Atlanta colleague Young Thug. In a conversation on Drink Champs, he stated that Thugger is one of the most appreciative and grateful artists he’s crossed paths with. To emphasize, he compared his thankful mindset to how his YSL crew is taking plea deals and abandoning him in many’s eyes.
Also, he elaborated on Thug appreciating T.I.’s role in his come-up when talking to Shannon Sharpe on Club Shay Shay. Moreover, he said that Thug is one of many artists who sought help from him as he grew a profile. Instead of giving him some cash only to demand it back once he made it big, T.I. supported Young Thug’s capacity to go big. Overall, a little motivation and a good mentor with your best interests in mind go a long way. In fact, maybe the “Live Your Life” star will help his daughter’s music career in the same way, because the talent’s there