Game’s Daughter Sings Beyonce’s ‘Drunk In Love,’ And Does A Fine Job Doing It


A star is born. Rapper the Game caught his daughter Cali Dream Taylor singing Beyonce’s “Drunk In Love” while en route to McDonald’s with her two brothers. Cali Dream does a great impression for a little toddler, nailing some of Beyonce’s big vocals and even a bit of the Jay-Z verse on the song.

The performance is cut short when her pop stops the 3-year-old, who is often seen on Game’s VH1 reality show Marrying The Game, from singing some of the track’s suggestive lyrics like “swervin on my surfboard.” “She is everything to me,” Game gushed on the The Arsenio Hall Show recently. “She means more to me than life itself.” Taking these words into account, one can understand Game’s disciplining.

@littlemisscali got mad at me cause I told her she can’t sing the “surfboard” part on @Beyonce & went to get babied by my momma. #GoodDaddy #Discipline #NOWhoopingsTheKevinHartStareWorksEveryTime #NoBoyfriendZone #JustBoughtMeANewWaterGun #illSquirtYoLittleBoyHeComeNearMyDaughter #GotARealGunTooSoWhenYouLilNiggasOutGrowTheWatergun #SheCantWearNailPolishTilShe41YearsOld #LipGlossEither #SheCantEverSingThatMyLipGlossIsPoppinSong #iShouldWhoopLilMamaForMakinThatSong #Yea #MyNameIsGameButIDontPlayEm #AnyQuestionsBoutNyParenting #Nevermind #SitYoAssDown #ImTheDaddy

Still, she has some powerful chops, likely inherited from her strict pops.