Thomas Rhett Reveals Daughter Willa's Hilarious Reaction When Hearing Dad's New Album for the First Time

Thomas Rhett's daughter had a surprising reaction when hearing her dad's new album for the first time

Published Time: 07.06.2024 - 18:31:04 Modified Time: 07.06.2024 - 18:31:04

Thomas Rhett's daughter had a surprising reaction when hearing her dad's new album for the first time.

Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, the country singer and dad of four, 34, shared that his oldest daughter Willa, 8, had a funny way of telling her dad that she liked his new album.

"She said it slaps," Thomas Rhett told the outlet. "I was like, 'Where did you hear that?' I guess slaps means that it just has a good beat. I really don't know, but I received it."

The proud dad added that his new album, About a Woman, will have "slappers, bangers only."

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The musician is dad to four daughters, whom he shares with wife Lauren Akins — Willa, Ada, 6, Lennon, 4 and Lillie, 2.

Earlier this year, the dad of four shared a series of photos tohis Instagramin February as hecelebrated his daughter Lennon's fourth birthday.The newly minted 4-year-ol -

d posed beside her pink Lilo and Stitch-themed cake, which featured a surfboard that read "Lelo."

Other photos showed the birthday girl posing under a "Le-Lo" and Stitch sign, holding a stuffed version of Stitch and dressed in a Lilo costume.

"Happy belated 4th birthday Lennon Love! I love you more than words can say. Please quit growing up so fast!" the proud dad wrote in his caption.

The family of six celebrated Christmas together in December, with Thomas Rhettposting an adorable photo on Instagram. In the picture, Lauren held daughter Lillie, while daughters Lennon, Ada and Willa posed in front of the couple.

"Merry Christmas Eve! From the Akins 🎄," the singer captioned the shot.

The card was the result of an earlier photo shoot, which Thomas Rhett shared scenes from on Instagram.

"How do you get all your kids to smile for Christmas card pictures and pretend like they are laughing when they are all on the verge of crying? Sing peaches at the top of your lungs," he captioned the video.

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