We’ve watched the Mowrys grow up before our very eyes. We love them, and they love each other! Last weekend, Tia and her little bro, Taj, took a trip together to the Big Apple. “Siblings in the city!” Tia wrote on Instagram. “Laughing is good for the soul thanks for the laughs bro!”
We can’t forget Tamera! We watched this sister duo grow up right before our very eyes, and now, they’re proud mamas together. Awwww.
Both the Knowles sisters are successful at what they do. Everything they touch turns to gold, and through it all, they never fail to have each others’ backs. We love them!
We’re certain Diana Ross is beyond proud of her lovely daughters Rhonda Ross Kendrick & Tracee Ellis Ross.
The Williams sisters learned their craft together and mastered it together.
At just 14 and 16, respectively, the Smith siblings are already triple threats and continue to unapologetically march to the beat of their own drums.
Despite the drama on their reality show, Erica and Tina Campbell keep us inspired.
Pioneers of hip hop, brothers Rev. Run and Russell Simmons are champions of the arts. Their brother Danny (middle) is also an artist.
The Simmons girls keep pushing the family’s entrepreneurial spirit.
Powerhouse vocals must run in their blood. Brandy and Ray-J always keep it in the family.
The Obama girls light up our lives (and the White House!). They’ve grown into such lovely young ladies. We can’t wait to see what’s next for the First Daughters.
Siblings don’t get much cuter than Kenzo, Aoki and Ming Lee. They now have a little bro to add to the mix—Wolfe Lee Leissner!
Master P’s children are just as ambitious as their famous dad. They must’ve inherited his hustle.
Between Eddie and Charlie, we just can’t imagine how much laughter there was in the Murphy household.
On their reality show, the Braxtons always keep it honest, even when it’s not pretty.
From I’m Gonna Get You Sucka to In Living Color, the Wayans family made sure we were entertained in the 90s and beyond.
Janet and Latoya’s love for their brother Michael did not falter, especially during his toughest days.
Tasha Smith (left) found her calling in front of the camera while her twin Sidra, a film director, preferred to be behind the scenes.
While Cherelle found her voice in music, as a publicist Marvet Britto pushed her clients to the top.
The Pointer sisters gave us so many sweet songs.
Comedienne Sommore and her sister actress Nia Long couldn’t be any more different, and that’s why we love them. “You don’t know how many men offer, ‘Please can I come to the family reunion, please?'” Sommore told Urban Daily.
We love LisaRaye and Da Brat because they express themselves in their own kind of way.
The Allen sisters have brought us some of the best moments on television.
Quincy Jones’ daughters bring their own brand of talent to the table.