Both the Knowles sisters are successful at what they do.
Beyonce and Solange
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.
Venus & Serena Williams
We’ve watched the beautiful Mowry twins grow up right in front of our eyes.
Tia & Tamera Mowry
At just 13 and 10, respectively, the Smith siblings are already triple threats.
Jaden & Willow Smith
The Campbell sisters keep us inspired.
Pioneers of hip hop, brothers Rev. Run and Russel Simmons are champions of the arts. Their brother Danny (middle) is also an artist.
The Simmons girls keep pushing the family’s entrepreneurial spirit.
Vanessa & Angela Simmons
Brandy and Ray-J always keep it in the family.
Brandy & Ray-J
The Obama girls light up our lives.
Sasha and Malia Obama
Siblings don’t get much cuter than Kenzo, Aoki and Ming Lee (pictured here with dad, Djimon Hounsou).
Kenzo, Aoki and Ming Lee
Master P’s children are just as ambitious as their famous dad.
Romeo & Cymphonique
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.
The younger Wayans brothers carry on the family tradition.
We’ve loved the Jackson brothers since their days as Jackson 5.
Janet and Latoya's love for their brother Michael did not falter, especially during his toughest days.
Tasha and Sidra celebrate their birthday Feb. 28.
Tasha and Sidra Smith
The Pointer sisters gave us so many sweet songs.
The Pointer Sisters
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.
Phylicia Rashad & Debbie Allen
Quincy Jones’ daughters bring their own brand of talent to the table.
Rashida and Kidada Jones