DMX's daughter Sonovah Junior performed her own versions of her Dad's songs at first live show
DMX's 8-year-old daughter performing her versions of his songs.
Sonovah Junior performed for the first time at The Wildcatter Saloon
DMX daughter Sonovah performing at a Houston, TX tribute show.
DMX, born Earl Simmons, was slated to perform at the venue in May, but after the rapper’s death in April, the bar’s owner decided to shift gears and hold a tribute concern in conjunction with the late rapper’s family, according to TMZ.
X’s 8-year-old daughter, Sonova Hillman Jr. Hold on to the mic and did her job on Saturday at Wildcatter Saloon, Katie, Texas. Remixed some classic DMX songs like “Slippin'” and “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem.”
The tribute show evolved into a family relationship with DMX’s fiancée, Desiree Lindstrom and his son.
On her YouTube page, Sonovah shared a video of the performance at a venue called the Wildcatter Saloon in Katy, Texas. A photo of Sonovah posing next to a vehicle painted in tribute to DMX was also posted on the child's Instagram page.
DMX's fans have taken to social media to support JRX's music dreams as she follows in her father's footsteps.
Watch X's daughter killed it onstage below.