When a music superstar has children, there is a bit of weight on the shoulders of the young ones to become as successful as their parents. Some would say that this expectation is unfair to the children when they don’t live up to it. On other hand, it becomes absolutely amusing when a music superstar’s child shares at least a fraction of his parent’s talent. In line with this, One Music PH gives you a couple of parent and child that have music excellence flowing in their blood.
Eddie Vedder and daughter Harper
Eddie Vedder belongs to one of the best rock bands ever, Pearl Jam. And one of the things that he always wanted to do with his band was do a cover of the “Batman Theme.” He’s yet to accomplish that goal with his band, but fortunately, he did so with his seven-year-old daughter Harper. It’s one of the coolest things that a music fan can listen to as it remained faithful to the Adam West-television series about Batman, but at the same time gave a rock flavor to it. We’re just wondering if the choice of song will influence Harper to become a musician liker her father, or the caped crusader of Gotham City. Either way, that would be awesome.
Check out Eddie Vedder and daughter Harper’s rendition of the “Batman Theme” in the video below.
Victoria Beckham and son Cruz
Victoria Beckham (or Posh Spice to many) was a member of one of the hottest girl groups in the history of music, the Spice Girls. Their fame was simply out of this world as they went to produce hit song after hit song. And when Victoria married football superstar David Beckham, it was only a matter of time when the question of what career path their children will take was thrown on the table. It remains to be seen what will become of eldest son Brooklyn and middle-child Romeo, but youngest son Cruz has given everyone a solid proof that he has more music than sports in his blood after his cover of “Hopeful” went viral a few weeks ago.
Check out Cruz Beckham’s cover of the song “Hopeful” in the Instagram video below.
Many people would think that being a child of a music superstar puts great pressure on the kid. But if we look at it from a different perspective, there is no other person best to nurture the child’s talent than the parent who’s been through superstardom.