Father’s Day isn’t until June, but ladies — store this one away, because Snoop Dogg and his daughter Cori B. have created the father-daughter love anthem to rule them all. Not to be outdone by an infant, Snoop and Cori are giving Blue Ivy Carter a run for her (dad’s) money in “Daddy’s Girl,” in which the “Do My Thang” tween sings, “And you say yes every time, I’m so lucky you are mine / And you spoil me all the time, I’m so glad you’re my daddy!” And yes, of course Snoop is featured in perhaps his first rap ever without a reference to you-know-what — trading getting high for a Hello Kitty shout-out. Awesome. The highlight of your day awaits below.
Our verdict? Musically, “Daddy’s Girl” (from Cori’s upcoming album) isn’t half-bad. You might even find yourself singing along to the “dad-dad-dad-daddy’s girl” chorus after a listen or six.
Cori B. feat. Snoop Dogg — “Daddy’s Girl”
Lyrically, however, is this not a liiittle creepy? We’re sure Cori B. is a perfectly nice young lady, but all the talk of being spoiled is a bit much — like maybe she needs to go volunteer in a soup kitchen for a little while. This sounds more appropriate for a Real Housewife of Wherever to sing to her sugar daddy than for an actual girl to sing to her father.