ABC/ Rick RowellBobby Brown and DJ Drama will be celebrating this Father’s Day with similar ideas on why the holiday is important to them and needs to be valued.
Drama who’s gearing up for the release of his fifth studio album, Quality Street Music 2, on July 22, offers advice to new fathers and explains why it’s critical to cherish those impressionable years with your children.
“For, you know, new fathers — it’s the greatest job in the world. It overpowers everything and it’s a really exciting time. Enjoy those years and enjoy those memories because you don’t get them back. And realize that everything you doing, you doing for others and yourself second,” Drama tells ABC Radio.
Brown, who recently released his tell-all memoir, Every Little Step, reveals that he’s not only grown as a father but as a man.
“I think I’ve grown a lot as a father, my wife can attest to that. We’re about to have our third child. And I think I’ve grown a lot, as far as being a father is concerned,” the singer tells ABC Radio.
“I’m more attentive. I’m more visible. And I still love the same. I just think I’m a better man now, I’m there more,” he adds.
Like Brown, Drama has seen growth in himself as a father and explains that he’s expecting a great Father’s Day on Sunday, including being pampering by his family.
“You know this Father’s Day I should get a couple of good gifts. It’s been a fun year for me and the kids and they’ve gotten to take some pretty fun trips and meet some pretty amazing people,” he says. “So I’m looking forward to a relaxing day and being pampered by the young ones.”
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