Friday, January 22, 2010

Meet Mini Daddy, the future of pre-adolescent Hispanic gangsta rap

OK, it's another rainy, gloomy day in Los Angeles. If you're like me, the slightest hint of weather that's not 75 degrees and sunny throws off your whole day. (I thought they outlawed rain years ago in Southern California?) But I got over it and so can you. Meet Mini Daddy, reggaeton's littlest superstar and the future of pre-adolescent Hispanic gangsta rap. If this video doesn't put a smile on your face, I can't help you.


Did the evil geniuses of the music industry concoct Mini Daddy in a laboratory experiment as a deeply subversive -- and cynical -- marketing ploy: "Hmmm.... let's get a kid, a little kid -- no, wait, a chubby little kid -- to dress up in gangster gear and gold chains, we'll put some "fly" 7-year-old girls in the video as his backup singers ... He'll be the Lil' Bow Wow of reggaeton!"


Or is this tyke a self-created sensation, tailor-made for the "Age of YouTube," who just walked in off the streets, and is worth his weight in gold records?


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