Justin Moore’s Kids Are Obsessed With This ’90s Rap Song
Justin Moore's daughters don't care much for Eazy-E, even if the country singer and his wife are fans.
When asked to describe the kind of music his three daughters listen to (we figure his 2-year-old son isn't picky yet), Moore says, “Anything but me, just about.”
Disney artists are big in their Arkansas household. Drake, Justin Bieber? Not so much.
“Lord, no, I’m a better father than that!" he snaps, smiling. Watch the video above to see what song they loved so much that his 5-year-old made up a dance.
Watch Justin Moore's Full Interview With Taste of Country Nights:
“My wife and I will turn on stuff from when we were growing up in the ‘80s and ‘90s,” Moore, who just notched his eighth No. 1 hit with "The Ones That Didn't Make It Back Home," says. “Same as when we were growing up. Your parents would play something from their childhood and you’d go, ‘Ahh! That’s terrible!’"
That meant Eazy-E's "Boys-N-the-Hood," which the group didn't like, at all. The 69 Boyz' "Tootsie Roll" is a winner, however.
"Cotten candy, sweet as gold / Let me see your tootsie roll," Moore sings. "My five-year-old is obsessed with this song now. Every time we get in the car, ‘Dad, play 'Tootsie Roll!’' She’s made up dances to it, the whole thing.”
The 90-second video is worth it for the way he says "Tootsie Roll," if nothing else.
Justin Moore Admits His Mom Inspired His Next Single:
See 50 Modern Country Hits for Fans of Traditional Country Music: