Head down below to see how these music moms celebrate their precious kids in their own unique ways.
Britney Spears — “Someday (I Will Understand)”
Britney Spears’ short-lived marriage to Kevin Federline occurred almost a decade ago, and, let’s face it — it’s a time in her career we’d all like to forget. But in the midst of the couple’s Chaotic relationship, two miracles happened: the birth of Sean Preston in September 2005 and Jayden James just a year later. In June 2005, the pregnant singer released “Someday (I Will Understand”, a tribute to a then-unborn Sean. The heartfelt ballad reminded us all that, despite all the media madness happening at the time, Britney was, in fact, human.
Christina Aguilera — “All I Need”
At times, Christina Aguilera can come off as too much of a diva. But behind the scenes, the singer is actually a doting mother to her six-year-old son Max, as evidenced by the delicate ballad “All I Need” from her 2010 album Bionic. The tune shows a softer side of the powerhouse chanteuse, as she sings, “Tell you my fears, telling you everything/Telling the truth to you gives me wings/Free with my words, free as a bird/I am flying high looking at you.” Fast forward four years later, and Aguilera has recently announced that she is expecting another child. How exciting!
Lily Allen — “L8 CMMR”
This Britpop singer is the mother of two young babies, Ethel and Marnie, born in November 2011 and January 2013. This would not have been possible, of course, without Allen’s husband, Sam Cooper. “L8 CMMR” (from Allen’s third album Sheezus) is a bubbly, Auto-tuned love song dedicated to her self-proclaimed “Bad Motherf*cker.” Lily Allen praises his skills in the bedroom as well as his undying devotion as a father. Charming, indeed.
Beyonce — “Blue”
From her new-found confidence seen all throughout her latest album Beyonce to her super cute family photos on Tumblr, it is no secret that Beyonce’s role as a mother has changed her for the better. The singer’s love for her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter (born on January 7, 2012), is highlighted on the album’s final track, simply titled “Blue.” The soothing ballad is quite endearing, and Blue’s cameo towards the end is just priceless. But Princess Blue is no stranger to the studio. She made history back in 2012 when her newborn vocals guested on Daddy Hova’s “Glory.”