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VIDEO: LIL KING DEBUTS HIS VIDEO FOR “WIGGY WIGGY “

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lilkingLil’ King, who is rapper Sillk The Shocker’s son, has debuted a new music video clip for his song, “Wiggy Wiggy”. Lil King is an eight-year-old rapper, singer, actor,  and dancer. Lil’ King is also the nephew of  rapper Master P, whose family television network, BBTV, is set to debut in 2010.

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  3. I’m trying hard to be positive about this video, but I have a SERIOUS problem with it. Why? Let me break it down like this:
    1)Emphasis on bling-bling: the irony of this is you have enslaved Africans, especially young African children, slaving away in diamond mines, getting limbs chopped off, and facing death, getting these blood diamonds out the ground so that some of y’all can bling, regardless of the countless gallons of African blood and guts that spills in those mines. Don’t believe me? Look it up;
    2)The lyrical content – 50% of the song is bravado and emphasis on material things; he doesn’t even mention anything about school or anything non-materialistic until THE LAST PART OF THE SONG, right before it ends; while bravado has historically played some part in the genre, where does a little kid, whose only been rhyming for ONE SONG get off making the claims he does?;
    3)The little backup dancers – yes, I have a problem with LITTLE GIRLS wearing makeup, short tutus, and bearing their midriff in a music video – they are trying to look and act something which they’re not: grown.

    In closing, when you have adults who don’t really know THE HISTORY of what they claim to participate in, then it’s like the blind leading the blind. Now, if Lil’ King was rhyming like a little KRS-ONE then I’d have no problems with this song – but this song, like countless other “HipHop” joints, is a THROWAWAY. This is not Hip Hop, but Rap, and YES, there is a difference. Peace and understanding.

  4. This is 1 talented lil boy! Grown people are being way too hard on him. I did a lil research on Lil King (thanks to the internet). Before this video he’s been in SEVERAL national commercials & a couple of movies that will soon be released on DVD. He’s also been on that show “SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE” twice this year with his dance team! He is not JUST a rapper! He is a full out entertainer! Just as I did, you can find videos of him acting & dancing on youtube! Seems like RAPPING is just an addition to what he’s already doing! Just like Will Smith, rapping is just a door to other opportunities. No one wants to rap forever. Many musicians are now acting BECAUSE of the SUCCESS or their MUSIC CAREERS…Beyonce, Tyrese, LL Cool J, Will Smith, Mos Def, David Banner, Nelly…. Let’s all look at the BIG picture! By the look of this lil boys resume, that’s what his parents are doing! And by the look of his family’s history… I think they know what they’re doing! And probably doesn’t need the opinions of others on how to raise children. Thanks for your time! :)

  5. Actually, i do not see anything wrong with the video. It’s just a bunch of kids having fun in a kiddy video. King is not saying anything in his lyrics that is disrespectful towards girls or anyone. And the little girls in the video are not looking like whores or strippers.
    Actually they are in a dance group, they were featured on America’s got talent and they actually did well on there. They are just innocent little girls that love to dance. And for the one that made the comment about how the little girls are lifting their legs up and such…come on now, yall are making something out of nothing…she’s lifting her leg just like any other little girl will do in cheerleading, ballet, praise dancing and etc.
    I read all the comments before i viewed the video. By reading the comments i thought i was going to see little girls popping to the ground, lifting up their tutu’s, all in King’s face, doing dances that beyonce do. All they were doing is just standing there jumping up and down. Yall painted a whole different picture.
    just because they are wearing tutu’s doesn’t mean anything…come on now. tutu’s are meant for little girls to wear, let them be innocent precious little princesses….and most of all KIDS.
    the only thing i can agree with, with some of the comments on here is that, why choose rap to start him in? I hate it when celebrities push their kids to do something just because they did it. but if King wanted to rap then that is different.

    much luv and respect

  6. I think the video was very cute. Kids making music for kids! I embrace young talents like Lil King & Lil Romeo. He gives kids an option. Kids today, listen to Lil Wayne, Drake, Kanye West…who happens to be grown & rapping about grown things! If anyone bothered to actually LISTEN to Lil King’s lyrics, he talks about loving school, having a big bike & just being fresh! Things KIDS can relate to! King is making good CLEAN music for kids! He could be out robbing old folks, selling drugs, gang banging….? And yet GROWN ppl are bashing him? And as for the infamous kick?… ALL of those kids are PROFESSIONALLY TRAINED DANCERS and that is a very popular move used in dance competitions! And FYI, in order for a child to be in the entertainment business they have to have a work permit which REQUIRES the child to have good grades! So ppl… please get it right! Romeo was a child rapper who ended up acting, having his own TV show, clothing line… & now he plays basketball for USC! Run from Run DMC has his own TV show & shoe line & is now a Reverend spreading GOD’s word! Not ALL rappers lose in the end! Have a BLESSED day!

  7. I DON’T SEE WHY EVERYBODY HAS TO DOG ON BLACK KIDS BECAUSE THEY

    WANT TO BE AN ENTERTAINER . NOT EVERYBODY IS MEANT TO BE A DOCTOR

    AND LAWYER.WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE I SWEAR THE LAST TIME I

    CHECKED ATHLETES AND ENTERTAINERS MAKE WAY MORE THAN A PHYSICIAN.

    SO IS THE ISSUE ABOUT HAVING GOOD CAREERS OR ARE YOU PEOPLE BOTHER

    ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE CHILDREN (BLACK CHILDREN TO BE EXACT)CHOICE IN

    LIFE?

    I THINK ITS ABOUT TIME BLACK PEOPLE STOP PUTTING EACH OTHER DOWN

    AND START EMBRACING OUR TALENTS AND GIFTS THERE’S NO SHAME IN

    BEING A SINGER OR ATHLETE…ESPECIALLY IF THEIR PARENTS WAS ONCE

    ONE, THEY SAY TALENT RUNS IN THE FAMILY!

  8. He looks like Usher when he first came out… a cutie Pie.
    No I don’t think any of these well paid artist’ children should be in the business especially after the parents knowing its a hard road to take.. Super happy Romeo is in college now. Master P has done a great! Hopefully this little Tike will attend college also.

  9. I agree with many others on this blog, as african americans we need to to express to our children that success comes in other forms outside of rap and sports careers. It is sad to see that a culture so rich and talented in all different aspects reduced to the glamorization of ignorance. All show and no substance.

    P.S. “Rap” is the bastard child of Hip-Hop, there is a huge difference between the two. Just thought I’d put that out there…

  10. I watched the video before I read everyone comments and the first thing I thought was “Everyone is going to say he’s cute” because of his family and who his father is. We have gone to far with calling the children names in the video, however this is not talent. No real music and actual the rapping doesn’t sound good at all..

    • I agree with you on people getting out of hand with calling children names. But I think Lil King is very talented. I personally don’t know ANY 7yr. olds with that much swag & that can flow like that. I also saw him acting in commercials & I saw him dancing with his dance crew on “SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE”… TWICE!… I don’t know… that seems like A LOT of talent to me! :)

  11. This is TOTALLY unacceptable for an eight year old. He’s WAY too young to be in this sorta offa thing. He should be roller skating, playing his XBOX or whatever they got going on for kids at this age these days.

    There will be enough time when he’s older to do absolute crap like this. The parents allowing their children to already be show pieces especially the girls in this video should be ashamed. You can already see the video vixens and groupies in the making. It is perpetuating materialism and everything negative that goes with it.

    I’m utterly disgusted and watched only to get a feel of the content of the music. You see him ‘blinging’ and the children trying to take on an adult persona, this should never be. That’s whats wrong with America, that right there. It’s truly sad, sad indeed.

  12. I didn’t like this but I’m a grown woman. I’m sure there are plenty of kids that will like this. Maybe I’m being to hard, but it could have been coordinated better, and the lyrics are nonsense “I’m 7 but when I turn 6…”

    umm…. yeah…

  13. Hey P was not the greatest rapper either and Silkk was kind of embarrassing. He couldn’t catch a beat with two baseball gloves. Question: How does someone rap who has no rhythm. Answer: Brother with lots of money. Same way all their kids do I guess. I agree with most of the people on here, but Lil Romeo is now in college, isn’t he? If I had all the money they have, my kid would not be on Youtube rapping. She would set for life and her college tuition would be paid for up front.

      • Well their name is really “TJ and the Lil Mamas,” they got that name, because the dance was originally made for their dance competition, because they are competitive dancers, not for America’s Got Talent. The song they were dancing to was Lil Mama’s song “G-Slide” seeing it would be wierd to just name the dance piece “Lil Mamas” they called it TJ and the Lil Mamas. The names are base on the song not the kids the dance piece is called TJ and the Lil Mamas not them, the only reason why they go by that now is because NBC discovered their dance on youtube and wanted them to audition I guess.

    • Master P may not be the best rapper but is a smart business man to have sold 75 million records through HIS INDEPENDENT record label & own all rights to his music. Not many rappers can say that. And you may not have liked Silkk but he’s sold about 6 million records throughout his carrer… somebody thinks he can rap… I personally don’t understand how others can speak negative about someone’s success? No need for the put downs… if you don’t like their music… it’s simple… don’t buy their album! If Lil King wants to rap… then why not let him & then he can pay his own college tuition up front & in full!

  14. He’s a cute kid , but people need to stop throwing their kids into entertainment ..I don’t think he’s talented ..He’s in the same boat as the OMGgirlz .I’m not been mean but people need to stop this NOW ..And they wonder why kids grow into adults and suffer from manic depression , because their parnets lied to them their entire life..Let your kid find their own talent .

  15. CAN WE PLEASE INSTILL IN OUR KIDS TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS VIA OTHER

    MEANS? REALLY? THE INDUSTRY ALWAYS WANTS OUR GIRLS TO SHAKE THEIR

    ASSES AND THE BOYS TO PREP TO BE THUGS AND THE THE CYCLE

    PERPETUATES. I HOPE THESE KIDS ARE LEARNING MORE ACADEMICS CAUSE

    THEM AND ALL THE OTHER WANNA BE’S ARE TAKING THE EASY WAY OUT AND

    THEY ARE A SORRY DIME A DOZEN BUNCH! MEANWHILE THE WHITE FOLKS IN

    THE BOARDROOMS ARE LAUGHING THEIR ASSES OFF AT US!

    • If you watched the interview BCK posted of Master P and Cymphonique earlier you would now. Well I heard the actual who interview with all of them not just Cymphonique. Just to sum it up, Master P was talking about how he didn’t want them to do what they are doing right now, but they really wanted to do it so he allowed them. But he makes sure they know education is first all of them are on honor roll Veno had a 4.0 GPA, I forgot. And as he said “If they like you they like you if they don’t its not the serious you got your education to fall back on” Master P doesn’t play that you see Romeo is in a very good college and he was going to school while he was an entertainer, but anyways he was talking about how rappers and other entertainers do not have an education to fall back on, so once their time is up thats it! I think Master P is a very smart man and he will not let him family/ children go into the business with out knowing and without having an education.

  16. Tina, I was about to say the same thing. This site use to be fun to read, now people are on here typing a bunch nonsense.

  17. I’ve noticed that a lot of people are saying that kids are being pushed into rapping and stuff like that. But what about kids who see their parents doing it, admire it and decide that’s what they want. Are there parents supposed to tell them no, they cant do that, they have to be a doctor or lawyer? Parents that tell their kids what they are going to be aren’t any better than those letting their kids run the streets, in my opinion that is. I think it is nice that the kid’s father and uncle are showing him the ropes at this age, maybe somewhere down the line he’ll decide this is not exactly what he wants to do it doesn’t hurt to give the kid a chance at his dreams. I’d rather see a kid his age learning the ropes of the music industry than walking around with some thug trying to learn the ways of street life. I think this whole looking at the negative side of things and completely ignoring the positive is one of the worst things about society.

    • When children are the age of these, they don’t really know what they want to do. Even university gives you the freshman year to decide. Parents are suppose to mold the children, not children the parents. That’s a lot of the problem we have now. It is fine for the children to want to rap as the get older, but there should be requirements that the children must meet before they are turned loose to make decisions on what they want to be. They are barely out of diapers, therefore, what else have they really been exposed to. You can’t make good decisions without having explored other avenues. I tend to believe it’s more the parents who want them adding to the income before they can even finish being children.

  18. AMEN!! Thats what I was thinking. People complain kids are grown and listen to the wrong music, but once again all kid stars who make music are put down!

  19. the Millers and Simmons don’t stop! Master P is like the Russell Simmons of his fam,he has everybody keeping the business going lol

    • But Simmons doesn’t really have his family all going into the rap business. I think that I heard one of the boys wanted to rap. The young adult ladies are in other businesses of their own; and you can sure bet the little princessec will not be rapping. You can take that to the bank.

      • exactly i was referring to russell simmons family having different jobs in the industry, not just focusing on rapping! his ex wife, daughters, brother, nieces and nephews are all doing some form of work in the industry just like master p’s children, brothers, and their children are putting in work in the industry. it’s a family affair!

  20. O PUH LEASE! THIS IS TOTAL BS! I HATE IT SOOO MUCH! WHY DO THEY HAVE THESE LITTLE GIRLS LOOKING LIKE LITTLE STRIPPERS, AND WHAT THE HECK IS UP WITH THE LITTLE GIRL KICKING HER LEG UP! I SEE SO MANY POSITIVE COMMENTS WHEN THERE SHOULDN’T BE ANY! THIS IS WHY OUR COMMUNITY IS SO MESSED UP, GROWN PEOPLE ARE CONDONING THEIR BABIES (LITERALLY) TO RUN AROUND ACTING AND LOOKING LIKE LITTLE D BOYZ AND HOOKERS!

    • The girl kicking her leg she is a dancer!!! Sheesh all those kids are from his dance studio they are wearing make up because it a part of their costume. They don’t wear it everyday or on a regular basis. They are all dancers not strippers dang how is wear a tutu stripper!! The little girls wearing the “Stripper costumes” wear on America’s Got Talent while you are on the internet lmao

  21. and yes he’s cute as heck, did him and master p pull a randy and jermaine? cause he looks a lot like his cousin cymphonique…

      • Pisces: did you see the woman on the other story who didn’t want to judge anyone? I told he she was on the wrong story because we all had on robes and a gavel on that story. Sotomayor didn’t have nothing on us. LOL She mad with me now I think.

  22. I am speechless. Why would someone do this to their child. Those little girls have on make uu????? This is NOT a good look for kids it’s waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay to much.

  23. I wish more parents would encourage their kids to be something other than rappers & basketball players.

    • Amen. Open some books and study science,math. Aspire for something that’s not fly by night. I totally agree with you. Little girls shaking their tails and little boys with attitudes talking about little girls. Will there ever be enough of them.

      • I agree, Khrish. Look at how the Jacksons turned out after living fast lives as child entertainers.

        Randy and Jermaine turned out to be so stupid, uneducated and amoral.

        As adult men, they don’t even have the common sense to know what hole they should or should not place their private parts in.

        It’s scary.

  24. Beautiful children but much too young to be in the “rap game”…in my opinion.
    I think that 8 year olds should be allowed to be children and not rappers.
    Look at what happened to Michael Jackson and many other children who were in the entertainment business….
    8 year old little people should be just that…8 year old little people…not rap stars, video dancers, ect…
    Maybe if he wants to do this in 7 or 8 more years but just not right now…tooooo young!
    Just Sayin’….

    P.S..He gets a 10+ on cuteness :)

    • It seems as if people have forgotten about Bow Wow and Lil’ Romeo. They were raised in the music industry. Bow Wow started when he was 5 years old. Some children have an interest in rapping, singing, dancing, etc. If a child wants to attempt to pursue a music career, allow them to. I don’t feel that it is any different from a child wanting to be a famous skater, swimmer, gymnast, etc. Children need to be able to express themselves (with adult supervision). You can’t go around children saying NO all the time. Show them that you support them. Not to mention that’s what he is growing up around.

      I have a 5 year old daughter who wants to play football because her sister is a cheerleader and she thinks cheer-leading is boring. I do not tell her that she can’t be a football player because that would only make her think that that there is little she can tell me. She grew out of wanting to a football player and now she writes songs and we have poetry writing sessions (yes she is only 5). Please allow children to express their interests and stop judging them.

      • I agree just a couple moths ago my 5 year old told me that she wanted to audition for the abby lee dance crew shes been dancing since 2 what Am I to say No I think not but she soon got over that faze because now she wants to be a child actress. I cant do nothing but love her nd help her get her dreams.

    • If you don’t mind me asking, what is the grown apparel. I see a boy with jeans on and a t-shirt and pretty much the rest of the boys in the video and two girls with tutu’s and a shirt hm lets see the tutu is small but tutus are meant for LITTLE GIRLS, I never seen a grown woman with one on and if she does she needs to stop. Nothing provacative I don’t see why most people think everything is so GROWN, or little girls are going to be futures wh*res or going to be sl*ts or pregnant before 17 like I see that on pretty much every child star I see! I don’t understand why.

      • Common, the heavy chain around his neck, thick watch that weighs more than his hand.. The belt buckle and chain… Just as if a little girl were wearing a mini skirt. In my opinion he’s to young for that stuff!

  25. He’s adorable. I’m guessing he’s Black and Asian.

    I dont know why people are trying to turn their kids into future thugs. He is too cute to turn out like those crap rappers. Put in some private school and let him go into Classical and make something for him, rap is not the way to go. he’s too young and pure to start a rap career.

    • I saw you ignorant comment you made on his video on youtube! Calling the little girls “Future video wh$%es” and saying he will become a “low life thug like his father and uncles”… Well first of why go off on some little kids calling them wh#$%! Thats uncalled for. And for his uncles and father, it seems like they are changing up just for their kids I don’t know about Corey but Silkk and Percy are.

      • The comment surely sounded like what you said on here CLASSICAL like really who would say something about classical music

        • Classical Music is a great form of music. Show me “my” post , what is the screenname??

          look i have nothing to prove to you, i dont even have a youtube account. I dont give a crap about any of the videos on their therefore i didnt create an account.

          whoever the person is, they are right. The kids should go into classical or something. why not teach how to play a instrument.

      • And these are children whose parents have the money to allow them a better way of life, then they push them towards this. Instead of showing them and educating them on all the things to aspire for in this big ole world, they push them towards “fly by night” careers. I’m really tired of it too. You are so right they have to get down and dirty and disrespectful to sell their music because the people who own the business want what sells and that’s what they push. I saw Tiny and Toya as I flipped thru the TV channels the other night with those little girls, including their own children on stage singing and hoochie cooching as if they need the money. They have money to offer their children things that many other children would love to have. To see the world, good private schools and a chance to enter university and achieve all kinds of heights because they don’t have to worry about money…..just being smart. Have we completely lost our way? It’s so sad.

        • @Sara..tutus are traditionally worn as costumes for ballet performances by adult women. You said grown people aren’t supposed to wear tutus.

          You also told us what the kids in the video are not depicting, so tell us what positive images they are depicting.

          I don’t see any imitating of doctors,nurses, firemen or veterinarians up in the video!

      • its amazing to me how you can generalize 100 different characteristics for one ethnicity i happen to know a few white people who want their child(ren) to become rappers if that happens to be a talent that your child is blessed with why not encourage it whether your black or white. you sound to me like a very unhappy and jealous person you probably have no talent at all thats why your online bad mouthing an eight year old child.

      • 1st of all instead of worrying about other peoples kids worry about your own. Your hanging out on the internet all day finding this stuff and making comments , you must be mad that your broke. & as far as white people there kids are on crack and da whole 9 yards don’t make it a thing with race!! The world is not a utopia it will never be one so people need to stop acting like it. Its funny how you don’t listen to rap but you came across this website to be noisy. There away and can take care of there kids you should do something for yours!!

      • Rappers today are uneducated thugs???? Well the last time I listened to Rap music it wasn’t what you are referring to. Now a REAL hip-hop fan would know who the REAL rappers are. You cannot say that every rapper today is uneducated because if that was the case, then there would not be a Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Common, Talib Kweli, Saigon, Lil’ Wayne, Eminem, David Banner, or J. Cole, Nas, etc. The music and songs you end up listening to should not falter your decision to call ALL rappers uneducated thugs because most aren’t.

  26. That’s…funny! My little boy started dancing to it as soon as I started playing the video, so I know firsthand that little kids will like this. They’re the ONLY ones who will like this. :D

  27. Too cute, I wonder what the full clip looks like! He said on his myspace it was a snippet. Yesterday Cymphonique’s was posted on Youtube also, P is taking care of those kids. King is like a mini Romeo!!

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