Amina Buddaly’s daughters, Cori and Bronx, are following in their mom’s footsteps. The youngsters recently released their first song, ‘The Vinegar Chips Song,’ which YouTube fans are loving.
The music video for the song takes place at a local 7-11 convenience store. Bronx begins the selection outside the store with a rap about her favorite things. The youngster and her sister then enter the 7-11 to find snacks on the shelves. Cori takes over while they are in the store with a rap about how she sometimes doesn’t listen to her mom but always has good intentions. The girls’ new single has garnered nearly 1,000 views since its release on their new YouTube channel earlier this week.
It’s no surprise that Cori and Bronx are following in their mom’s footsteps by making music. The girls, after all, have participated in Amina Buddafly’s at-home concerts for some time. Amina was certainly the doting mom who shared her daughters’ latest venture with social media fans.
“My babies made their first song (with mommy’s help of course),” Amina told her Instagram fans earlier this week. “They came up with a whole bunch of ideas to produce this impromptu song and iPhone video,” the celebrity mom shared. “It’s up on their new YouTube channel.”
Several fans commented on how Cori and Bronx appeared to be in their element while performing in front of the camera. “It’s in the bloodstream,” one fan said in reference to both Amina Buddafly’s career as a recording artist and the girls’ father, Peter Gunz, who also works in the music industry. “Great job,” another fan shared. “You two are naturals.”
Cori and Bronx still have lots of time to officially decide if they want to work in show business. For now, their ‘Vinegar Chips Song’ is breaking records. “Proud of my babies,” Amina said on Wednesday (Aug. 24). “Their song broke the record [for] more plays than any of mine this year,” the celebrity mom shared. “At least, on IG, that is,” Amina musingly corrected.
Photo: Amina Buddafly/Instagram