Snoop Dogg's baby girl, Cori Broadus aka Cori B, has just released her music video for the single "Sittin' In My Room."
The apple obviously doesn't fall far from the tree and the teen has inherited her famous father's talent!
Cori's new music video is a perfect track for teens, who are certain to relate to feeling stuck at home when they want to be out on the party scene.
Snoop's daughter shared a post on her Instagram page and thanked fans for their support. She wrote, "Thank you to everyone who has been supporting me! It really means a lot to me😭 more Cori B coming soon I promise❤️❤️ if you haven’t watched video yet go watch it!!"
Cori is the youngest child and only daughter of Snoop and wife Shante Taylor. She has two older brothers, Corde and Cordell.
Back in November, Cori shared an inspiring message to social media about learning to accept her dark skin.
She shared a beautiful photo of herself, writing in the caption, "I can finally say I'm comfortable in my own skin, grew up despising the skin tone I was in because it's been bashed on for so long & society has been putting in our heads that dark is ugly. For all you beautiful chocolate girls/ women out there you're BEAUTIFUL & don't let anyone tell you different. - Cori B."
Snoop Dogg previously revealed that his daughter Cori was a huge factor in reconciling with his wife during troubled times in his marriage. The rapper revealed he and his wife Shante grew closer when Cori was diagnosed with Lupus when she was 11-years-old.
Cori's father appears to be very supportive of her music career, providing guest vocals on her single, “Daddy’s Girl.” He also made a cameo in the music video for the track. In addition, Cori recorded with her dad and Drake on Snoop’s song “No Guns Allowed”