Reginae Carter, the daughter of Lil Wayne and Toya Wright, is set to appear on an upcoming episode of “My Super Sweet 16”. Watch the trailer inside and listen to the “My Funny Valentine” teaser from “Living Single” star TC Carson.
A few months ago, music royalty Reginae Carter, the daughter of international rap star Lil’ Wayne and author/reality star Toya Wright, celebrated her 16th birthday with a lavish-bash that was captured on film for MTV’s “My Super Sweet 16.” And she’s all grown up.
Airing on Monday, February 16 at 7pm ET, the special features cameos from Reginae’s parents and their famous friends (Kandi Burruss, Nicki Minaj, Fantasia) and showcases Reginae’s multiple outfit changes and two HUGE birthday gifts a Ferrari and a BMW. “Hollywood Divas” execs Carlos King and Todd Tucker also helmed the filming of the birthday bash. Check our coverage of the party HERE.
“My Super Sweet 16 with Reginae Carter and Lil Wayne airs on Monday. February 16 at 7pmET.
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TC Carson, who rose to fame as the suave Kyle Barker on the classic tv series “Living Single”, has answered the demands of fans and recorded his version of “My Funny Valentine” that he sang on the show. In the video accompanying the song, Erika Alexander, who starred on “Living Single” as his on-and-off love interest Maxine Shaw, also stars in the video. TC is accompanied on the track by the legendary drummer Leon “Ndugu” Chancler, pianist Patrick Gandy and bassist Del Atkins.
“I am so happy to record this song at this time, with my sis and my brothers! Friends, fans and family have been asking for this for a long time. I hope this version brings back great memories and helps to start beautiful new ones. MadLuv,” said TC.
Listen to the teaser here:
TC’s most recent music project “Live in Beverly Hills” is currently available on all digital platforms. By the way, he’s still got checks coming in. His distinctive voice is used in Sony’s top selling “God of War” video game as the lead character “Kratos”, and in the “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” animated television series as “Mace Windu.”
Photos via Toya Wright’s Instagram/TC Carson’s Facebook