Soul legend Barry White’s son is all grown up: You won’t believe how much he sounds like his dad

We all remember the unforgettably deep tones of Barry White. During his 40-year career he won two Grammy awards and achieved over 100 gold albums worldwide.

His millions of fans were heartbroken when White, nicknamed the “Guru of Love”, died of a stroke aged 58 in 2003.

He fathered 8 children from his two marriages, who are all grown now. But one of his children Darryl White has launched his own music career and you won’t believe his voice. Clearly he has inherited his father’s base-baritone voice, but that’s not all.

Darryl White bears a striking resemblance to his father and even dresses like his father.

White’s son from his first marriage hit the headlines back in 2017 claiming to be broke and practically homeless because he hadn’t received money owed to him from his father’s estate,according to TMZ.

It was reported that he was suing his father’s widow, Glodean White, after realizing he wasn’t getting the promised amount of money that his father allegedly left in his testament.

Singing in several groups throughout the ’60s, Barry White was hired as an A&R by Bob Keane of Del-Fi Records and worked as a producer, arranger, and songwriter, according to Amo Mama

He discovered and produced the girl group Love Unlimited in the early 1970s and due to his very distinctive voice was never short of requests to do voice overs for movies and television shows.

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Barry White, from Galveston, Texas, won two Grammy awards in 2000 for best male and traditional R&B vocal performance for the song “Staying Power,” the title track from his 1999 Private Music album of the same name.

After releasing his first album, White became a platinum-selling artist with hits like “Never Gonna Give You Up” and “You’re the First, the Last, My Everything,” to name but a few.

Now see his son sing in the video below. He not only has his father’s voice but also looks like him.

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