The usual suspects are scattered across Wiz Khalifa's new album, Khalifa, which dropped today, with appearances from the Taylor Gang army of Juicy J, Ty Dolla $ign, and Chevy Woods. But there's a young TGOD soldier, quickly rising in the ranks, who also joins Wiz. His name: Sebastian -- also known, of course, as Bash.
Young Bash shows up and shows out on the tenth track of pops' new album, stealing the show on "Zoney," proving the cuteness often on display on his parents' Instagram accounts is seamlessly transferable to the recording booth and our ear buds.
But Wiz isn't the only rapper to have looked to his kid for an assist on a track over the years. Here are some other memorable ones.
Wiz Khalifa -- "Zoney"
Wiz's son with Amber Rose, Bash, gets a feature credit on the new Khalifa jam, as father and son chat at the track's close. The best part: When Wiz asks Bash, "Do daddy's laugh."
Eminem -- "My Dad's Gone Crazy"
A few years after Hailie's babyspeak helped Em kill Kim on "'97 Bonnie & Clyde," the rap superstar's daughter was back in the booth, this time -- in a turn that feels particularly poigniant given her first feature -- to mock her pops' craziness. Hailie's chainsaw sound ad-lib has gotta be the highlight.
Jay Z -- "Glory"
The Blue Ivy dedication, released just days after her birth in 2012, includes Hov and Bey's baby's heartbeat to open, and some good ol' baby cries to wrap things up.
The Notorious B.I.G. -- "One More Chance"
Big's young daughter, Tyanna, lets everyone know what's up at the beginning of the track: "All you hoes calling here for my daddy, get off his dick," she says. "Like that mommy?"
Outkast -- "Bamboo"
Featured on Big Boi's half of Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, the interlude gives Big's young son a chance to shine -- which amounts to some adorable mumbling and semi-rapping.
Will Smith -- "Just the Two of Us"
Long before the days of Jaden and Willow, the Fresh Prince made this endearing jam for his first song, Trey, and featured him on both the song and in the video.
Machine Gun Kelly -- "Gone"
I can't be sure sure that the voice at the beginning is Kells' daughter, Casie, but seems unlikely he'd get a different kid to say, "Daddy, you said you were gonna Facetime me." The voice only appears in the music video, not the album version, of the emotionally raw narrative.
Master P featuring Romeo -- "I Need Dubs"
The No Limit founder put his teenage son -- also a rapper by this point -- on the lead single from his 2005 album, Ghetto Bill.
Birdman & Lil Wayne -- "Leather So Soft"
Does this one count?
Bonus: Statik Selektah -- "Harley's Blues"
There's no rapping on this one, but producer Statik sampled his daughter's heartbeat for this Lucky 7 joint. He made the track to bring awareness to HG (hyperemesis gravidarum), a disease that can cause pregnancy complications for 2 percent of women worldwide.