WATCH: Jason Aldean Reacts To His Daughter Navy Singing: “And So It Begins… The Aldean Music Bug Strikes Again”

Jason Aldean’s daughter Navy has caught the “Aldean music bug.” On Sunday (Aug. 1), the country superstar shared a video of his youngest daughter Navy, 2, singing every word to a song from the soundtrack of Disney’s Frozen. In the…


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Posted on August 3, 2021

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Jason Aldean’s daughter Navy has caught the “Aldean music bug.”

On Sunday (Aug. 1), the country superstar shared a video of his youngest daughter Navy, 2, singing every word to a song from the soundtrack of Disney’s Frozen. In the precious proud dad clip, Aldean’s 2-year-old daughter is seen watching the popular animated children’s movie in the backseat of their family vehicle while Aldean filmed from the front seat of the car. 

While Navy watched Frozen, she discovered her voice, while singing Queen Elsa’s “Let It Go,” a song by Idina Menzel, written by husband-and-wife songwriting team Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez for the popular Disney film.

Throughout the brief clip, you can see Aldean’s teenage daughter, Kendyl, in the very back seat of the car holding back laughter.

The aspiring young singer was applauded as she finished singing the song, while Aldean said “oh no, oh no” as it seems his daughter will be following in his musical footsteps. 

“And so it begins…… The Aldean music bug strikes again. 🤷🏻‍♂️ #NavyRome” Aldean captioned the video on Instagram. 

Watch the aforementioned video below.

Previously, Aldean and his son Memphis were seen watching HARDY at a recent festival in Ohio, and later that evening Aldean even brought his son on stage to join him while he performed at the event

“Me and lil man jamming to @hardy today before our show. I think he has the music bug! Get ready for Memphis Aldean in a few years people!!!🤟🏼” the “You Make It Easy” singer captioned the adorable photo.

Aldean recently shared a brand new song featuring Carrie Underwood called “If I Didn’t Love You,” which will appear on his upcoming tenth studio album, an album that he says will be special and include some surprises.

“This is our 10th album, so we wanted to do something a little special —something we haven’t done before,” Aldean previously told CMT Cody, before teasing, “So we have some surprises coming up and some stuff that is going to be really interesting.”

Additionally, Aldean will hitting the road on his massive headlining tour dubbed Back In The Saddle Tour. The 35-date tour kicks off on August 8 in Virginia Beach, the tour will feature Aldean alongside special guests HARDY and Lainey Wilson.

Tickets for the Back In The Saddle Tour are on-sale now, HERE.

Following his late summer through mid-fall tour, Aldean will return to Park Theater at Park MGM in Las Vegas for his Back in the Saddle: Las Vegas 2021 three-night mini-residency which runs December 9 through 11th.

See a full list of his upcoming tour dates below.

Aug. 5- Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach- Virginia Beach, VA
Aug. 6- PNC Bank Arts Center- Holmdel, NJ
Aug. 7- Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater- Wantagh, NY
Aug. 12- Riverbend Music Center- Cincinnati, OH
Aug. 13- The Pavilion at Star Lake- Pittsburgh, PA
Aug. 14- BB&T Pavilion- Philadelphia, PA
Aug. 19- Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek- Raleigh, NC
Aug. 20- PNC Music Pavilion- Charlotte, NC
Aug. 21- Cellaris Amphiteatre at Lakewood- Atlanta, GA
Aug. 27- The Wharf Amphitheater- Orange Beach, AL
Aug. 28- The Wharf Amphitheater- Orange Beach, AL
Sept. 9- Walmart AMP- Rogers, AR
Sept. 10- Dos Equis Pavilion- Dallas, TX
Sept. 11- Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman- Houston, TX
Sept. 16- Spokane Arena- Spokane, WA
Sept. 17- White River Amphitheater- Seattle, WA
Sept. 18- Sunlight Supply Amphitheater- Portland, OR
Sept. 23- Toyota Amphitheatre- Sacramento, CA
Sept. 24- Shoreline Amphitheatre- Mountain View, CA
Sept. 25- FivePoint Amphitheatre- Irvine, CA
Sept. 30- Ak-Chin Pavilion- Phoenix, AZ
Oct. 1- Isleta Amphitheater- Albuquerque, NM
Oct. 2- Ball Arena- Denver, CO
Oct. 7- Peoria Civic Center- Peoria, IL
Oct. 8- T-Mobile Center- Kansas City, MO
Oct. 9- Hollywood Casino AMphitheatre- St. Louis, MO
Oct. 14- Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center- Charleston, WV
Oct. 15- Blossom Music Center- Cleveland, OH
Oct. 16- Jiffy Lube Live- Birstow, VA
Oct. 21- John Paul Jones Arena- Charlottesville, VA
Oct. 22- Ben Secours Wellness Arena- Greenville, SC
Oct. 23- Rupp Arena- Lexington, KY
Oct. 28- Hertz Arena- Estero, FL
Oct. 29- iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre- West Palm Beach, FL
Oct. 30- MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre- Tampa, FL

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