It looks like Master P's children are determined to be stars like their dad.
The rapper's daughter, Cymphonique Miller, will be hitting living rooms everywhere with a new show called "How To Rock," on Nickelodeon and the network is banking on her to turnaround dismal ratings, AllHipHop.com reports.
"We're hoping for great things from Cymphonique-- a big, fat, giant hit," Nickelodeon's president for original programming Margie Cohn said. "That's what I've been working for with this series, so why not say it?"
Miller, 15, is following in the footsteps of her big brother Romeo who also had his own series on the network from 2003 to 2006. She is also mimicking the early success format of stars like Keke Palmer, whose show "True Jackson VP," helped catapult her into the public eye.
The show focuses on a high school girl with music talent, New York Times reports, a story line that remains popular in the children's entertainment sector.
But although his little girl might be getting her feet wet in the industry, Master P, whose real name is Percy Miller, said this was not his ideal choice for his daughter.
"I tried everything in my power to stop this girl because this can be a hard, sick business-- really easy to get taken advantage of," he told AllHipHop.com. "I guess you can't hold raw talent back."
Cymphonique may be able to use her family's former success to gain momentum. Her brother, now 22, was a fan favorite during season 12 of "Dancing with the Stars." Perhaps young audiences will want to keep up with the family.
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