Bobby Brown's son Bobby Brown, Jr., appears to be making an attempt to follow in his father's footsteps by releasing a new rap video. The 19-year-old, who was born to Bobby and former girlfriend Kim Ward in 1991, has dropped his first music video, 'Catch Me If You Can.'

Featuring his pals JayR and Cheatcodez, the Auto-Tune-enhanced track is accompanied by a homemade-looking visual, which introduces the young singer-rapper, who performs under his given name.

On the hook, Bobby croons about being "flyer than a plane," then kicks a braggadocio-filled verse, spitting lines like "See y'all do a lotta talking with your chest out/ But when it comes down n----s know that I'm the best out/ Dope n---- tatted up, cooler than some Cool Whip."

According to the aspiring artist's MySpace profile, Bobby Jr. "loves to sing and dance," beginning at the age of five, drawing inspiration from "real situations I have been in."

Having recently celebrated six years of sobriety, Bobby Brown, Sr., had his fifth child in June 2009, with fiance and former manager, Alicia Etheridge.

Watch Bobby Brown, Jr.'s 'Catch Me If You Can'