Victoria (Dear. Daddy)
Single by b-Rabbit
Released October 26, 2013
Recorded August 2013
Genre Hip-hop
Language English
Label BranFlakes
Producer I-S Productions
b-Rabbit Singles chronology
#PRAYforBOSTON (2013) Victoria (Dear. Daddy) (2013) Love / Hate (2013)

"Victoria (Dear. Daddy)" is a song by American hip-hop artist b-Rabbit which was released as the fourth official single off of Trials & Tribulations on October 26, 2013. The song is written from the point-of-view of a six-year old girl who is verbally assaulted by her father who also beats her mother. It was released on Make a Difference Day but also during Domestic Violence Awareness Month.


The idea for "Victoria" existed clear back in March 2013 but wasn't fully written until May. Although the family will remain unnamed, a person close to b-Rabbit detailed the strained relationship she had with her father and how abusive he was, especially to the mother and younger sister. After hearing this b-Rabbit quickly began penning a song from the viewpoint of the young girl to try and expose what domestic violence does to a family. Although the song was written in May, it wasn't until August 2013 that b-Rabbit began recording the song.

With very little fanfare the teaser for the music video was released just a week prior to the song's release.

Music Video Edit

The official music video teaser was uploaded on YouTube on October 19, 2013 with the full music video being added at midnight on October 26, 2013. It shows a violent relationship between a man and a woman from alternating viewpoints: the woman beating the man and vice versa.

Track ListEdit

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Victoria (Dear. Daddy)"  Brandon Waugh I-S Productions 4:04

Release historyEdit

Country Date Label Format
United States October 26, 2013 BranFlakes Records Digital download

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