Following North West's recent runway appearance and Saint West's magazine cover shoot earlier this summer, it appears Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's offspring are already chasing their parents' fame and notoriety.
Yesterday, musician Chance the Rapper posted a video on Instagram of his daughter Kensli and Kanye West's son Saint dancing to Michael Jackson's hit song 'Thriller' together.
In the clip, the children can be seen busting a move, with Chance repeating in the background 'get it, get it!'
This isn't the first time Saint has shown off his dancing skills for the camera, after boogying on a table to the 2001 hit 'Raise Up' by Petey Pablo, while on holiday with his famous mother this summer.
Yesterday also saw Kanye and his son throw the ceremonial first pitch at the Chicago Cubs-Chicago White Sox baseball game after walking out to the ground to the rapper's song 'Homecoming'.
Chance and Kanye were both brought up in Chicago - the city where the father-of-three recently said he would be making his permanent home.
'I gotta let y'all know that I'm moving back to Chicago and I'm never leaving again,' the rapper told a crowd in his hometown last week.
'North is in school [in LA] and everything is working great. Kim doesn’t think a permanent move to Chicago benefits the kids. Also, Kim wants to be around her family as much as possible too. She loves their new house and it finally feels like a home to her.'
The Windy City is a place of great importance to the rapper, who named his third daughter 'Chi' after his birthplace.
Chance and Kanye have been friends for several years. In his 2017 cover interview for GQ, the 25-year-old said: 'I don't think I ever wanted to be like Kanye in personality.
'I've always been able to defend Kanye. When everybody's like, "Kanye's a nut, Kanye's a nut," I'm one of those guys saying, "No, he's saying some real sh*t".'
Last month, the pair were spotted together in a recording studio in Chicago where the pair are reportedly working on a joint album, reports E! News.
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