Most of your favorite hip-hop stars have mastered the art of hustling, flipping the rap game to their benefit and moving into other business ventures along the way. Their peers and fans not only admire their work ethic, but their children are eager to follow in their parent’s footsteps as well.

Take Jay Z for example. When Hov dropped his debut album, Reasonable Doubt, in 1996, he was an ambitious MC from the mean streets of Marcy, Brooklyn in New York. As the rap game reminded him of the crack game, he was able to make wise investments and eventually built an empire to include Roc-A-Fella Records, Roc-A-Wear clothing, and now his Roc Nation management company and Roc Nation Sports.

But if you thought Jay Z was creating his own rules and setting new records, his daughter Blue Ivy proved she too by topping the charts just like her daddy when she became the youngest person featured on a rap song in 2012, after her vocals appeared on his song “Glory.”

Typically when it comes to music moguls, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. From Nas’ daughter Destiny Jones to Rev Run’s eldest girls Vanessa and Angela Simmons and even 50 Cent’s youngest son Sire, these children are taking their talents and using the guidance of their superstar rapping parents to build empires and brands of their own. Check out 13 Kids Who Hustle Just Like Their Rapping Parents here.