- Talented rapper Emtee has revealed the values he wants to pass down to his two adorable sons, Avery and Logan
- The loving young dad expressed that he wants to teach his young boys about family values
- Emtee has never been afraid to show his love for Avery and Logan and has even named his albums after them
Emtee has opened up about the values he wants to pass down to his two sons, Avery and Logan.
The rapper has never been shy to share the love he has for his kids and is one of the celeb dads who always share their special moments with their kids on social media.
The star has even named two of his albums after his bundles of joy. Emtee titled his debut album Avery and his latest project is called Logan.
The Roll Up hitmaker recently sat down with Zkhiphani during the launch of his new album Logan. According to SAHipHopMag, the publication asked the musician what values he wants to pass to his two sons.
The loving dad shared that he wants to teach them family values and that their family would always have their backs.
The artist further said that he wants his sons to be comfortable with him and speak to him about anything that's bothering them.
"It's okay to not feel okay sometimes, so through that I'm trying to teach freedom of expression."
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that Emtee took to social media to celebrate that his recently released album Logan is still the Number 1 hip-hop project on digital music streaming platforms.
The Roll Up hitmaker dropped the dope album on 9 April and it has been sitting at the top of the charts since then. The rapper is doing well as an independent artist.
Many people thought it was the end of the star when he left his former record label Ambitiouz Entertainment in 2019. Emtee now releases music under his own record label called Emtee Records. He took to Twitter and wrote:
"Number1 hip hop album. Number 2 across all genres."
The Hustla has also opened doors for a couple of artists. He has signed Flash iKumkani and Lolli Native under his independent stable.
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