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Smooth R&B singer Tank may be absent on the entertainment scene but his daughter is just making her debut. The ab-alicious artist’s 4-year-old daughter recently completed a photo shoot for the company Haute Headz as a model for their Cameo Queen collection of hair accessories.
Zoey Babbs’ looks show the company’s goal of bringing boldness and elegance back to hair accessories. In one set of prints, the young model rocks a more tomboyish look in a white tank, jeans, and sneakers, with a gold headpiece featuring a jeweled heart. In another set, a pink tutu and Hello Kitty sweater with a silver headpiece make her look more girly and playful.
One thing that’s clear is Zoey is not shy in front of the camera. At four she’s already got a big personality, plus she’s a cutie!
Check out more pics of Zoey’s photo shoot, including a pic with her mother, Zena, on The YBF.
Had you seen Tank’s little girl before? What do you think about the pieces she’s modeling?
Brande Victorian is a blogger and culture writer in New York City. Follower her on Twitter at @be_vic.
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His fourth studio album “Now or Never” dropped earlier in the day and in less than an hour he would be taking the stage at SOB’s nightclub after an opening performance by Kandi Burruss, whose new solo album was also on its first day of sales.
Animated, happy and very funny (he could have his on television show), Tank sat down with Madame Noire to talk about his new album, whether or not he listens to his own music during sex and why you don’t often see male R &B artists hanging out together.