Being a rapper is hard enough. You have to show that you're a thug all the time and tell everyone about how you're still in the hood all day so imagine your kid coming out and trying to make songs with no street cred at all.
Now let's take a look at Ice Cube's son who goes by OMG:
Dog you're Cube's son, and he isn't that bad actually but is he going to have content or more fake thuggery? Bun-B's son is rapping too and it sounds just the same as his old man so what is the point there? As kids of privilege there is a lot more for them to touch on. They have experienced some different lives than their parents, gone to better schools and been closer to Paris Hilton than oh say their parents and their friends. What about the failed career so far of Lil Eazy?
Honestly, I would love to see some of these guys come from a political point of view,and not just try to rehash the last third of their parent's careers. Fact of the matter is, no one is going to take you seriously if you don't take it seriously and carve out your own lane and position. Unless you're little and can create a smash pop hit like little Willow Smith whose father is indeed a hip-hop legend and icon but overlooked because of his lack of street cred and the appearance that he is a softie because his career wasn't about holding down the streets.
Do you think any children of rappers can ever have a successful career outside of their parent's shadow?