This moment will give you goosebumps.
Towards the end of "Thank God" after Travis raps, "Storm's a minor but you know she livin' major," you can hear the 5-year-old chime in with, "That's right daddy."
However, this isn't Stormi's first musical moment showcasing that she may just be following in her dad's footsteps. In fact, over the years her mom Kylie Jenner—who also shares 17-month-old son Aire with the "Sicko Mode" rapper—has given fans a glimpse into Stormi's love of music. After all, back in 2020 she confessed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that the kindergartener is "definitely, like, a little rager. She loves music."
And the mother-daughter pair have shared some adorable moments over the years, including twinning at a New York City fashion event back in May and ahead of this year's Met Gala. The pair even know how to make a trip to Target into a fabulous adventure.
Kylie has also been very candid about motherhood since Stormi and Aire entered her life. One of the things she says has changed is the way she perceives beauty.
"It's made me love myself more," she said of being a mom in an April interview with Homme Girls. "I see my features in my daughter and my son now, but you know, my daughter looks like me. I get to see my beauty in her, and it's made me love myself more for sure. Beauty is always changing for me."
In fact, the Kylie Cosmetics founder recently said that having a daughter has changed the way she perceives her own body—and her thoughts on plastic surgery.
During the reality series' season three finale, the makeup mogul also reflected on how she would feel if her daughter wanted to make some of the same alterations Kylie has to her body.
"Obviously I have a daughter," she told Hulu cameras during the July 27 episode. "I would be heartbroken if she wanted to get her body done at 19. And she's the most beautiful thing ever. I want to be the best mom and best example for her. And I just wish I could, like, be her and do it all differently, because I wouldn't touch anything."
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