WATCH: Jason Aldean’s Daughter Navy is a Natural-Born Entertainer: ‘And So It Begins…’

Navy Rome; Photo Via Instagram
Navy Rome; Photo Via Instagram
Navy Rome; Photo Via Instagram

Jason Aldean’s two-year-old daughter, Navy, is officially following in his footsteps.

The country music icon took to Instagram Sunday evening (Aug. 1) to share an adorable video of his youngest daughter belting “Let It Go” from Disney’s animated film, Frozen.

Aldean captured the memorable moment of Navy finding her voice in the backseat of his car. Buckled up safely in her car set, the aspiring superstar showcased her remarkable vocals. Within the video, you can see Aldean’s teenage daughter, Kendyl struggling to contain her laughter.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Aldean fans quickly responded to the family affair on social media. “The apple 🍎 didn’t fall far from the tree. Pretty soon, she will be on stage in the near future,” says an Instagram user in the comments. “@jasonaldean get her a record deal,” another account wrote under the video. 

This is not the first time the “You Make It Easy” singer revealed that he “accidentally” got his young kids hooked on music. Recently, Aldean posted a photo of his son Memphis on his shoulders backstage, watching emerging artist HARDY make waves on stage. 

“Me and lil man jamming to @hardy today before our show. I think he has the music bug! Get ready for Memphis Aldean in a few years people!!!🤟🏼” the hitmaker previously warned his followers.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Before kicking off the three-month Back in the Saddle Tour, the fan-favorite artist sat down with Entertainment Tonight to share that he will not be hitting the road with his children, at least most of the time. During the interview, Aldean revealed that little Memphis and Navy wouldn’t be on tour because they “don’t do well sleeping on the bus.” 

However, he made it clear that his family will still be “a part” of the action during the star-studded tour and confirmed that he is ready to make up for lost time due to the events of 2020. 

“I’ve been at this now for 16-ish years, something like that, but I never had any time off like this,” he explained. “I think for us, we’re ready to go. You know, we’re rested up more than we wanted to be rested and, you know, I think these will be some of the best shows we’ve ever done probably.”

Tickets for the Back in the Saddle Tour 2021 are currently on sale at Jason Aldean’s official website.

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