NEW parents are naming their babies after their favorite singers, new research reveals as Drake, Jonas, Miley, and Prince come out on top.

New research has revealed that Americans are inspired by their favorite musicians when choosing a moniker.



In the past, people often chose their baby’s name based on their family members but it seems that new parents are now taking a different approach, according to Jewellerybox's survey.

One’s choice in music is a personal thing and it says a lot about fans that they are willing to name their newborns after some of their favorite singers, rappers, or rockers. 

Jewellerybox used government data to look at the most popular boys and girls baby names in the USA from 2000 to 2019.

Here are the most popular music-themed names for boys and girls in the US.

Drake 

The Canadian born rapper comes in at first place on the list.

Almost 24,000 baby boys have been named after Drake.

The Grammy-award winning artist is named one of the biggest and most influential rappers of all time, according to Jewellerybox.



Jonas Brothers

The famous brothers’ last name has been very popular with baby names. 13, 627 babies have been named Jonas. 

The group recently joined forces again in 2019 with their fifth studio album, Happiness Begins after breaking up back in 2013. 

Two of the three brothers are also parents themselves. Joe had a baby girl with wife Sophie Turner and Kevin has two little girls with his wife Danielle. 



Prince

New parents are honoring the late legendary singer Prince by naming their sons after him.

Over 10,000 babies now have the name Prince, clearly proving that the iconic singer had such an impact on several generations. 

Prince’s flamboyant style and pop music were both groundbreaking which paved the way for today’s artists. 



Miley Cyrus

Cyrus has some devoted fans. 

Almost 12,000 baby girls have been named Miley. 

Cyrus got her start on Disney Channel’s Hannah Montana and has gone on to find great success in her music career.

The 28-year-old, known for her raspy voice, now incorporates different genres such as pop, country, hip hop, and rock into her sound.



Demi Lovato 

Lovato ranked second place in this list.

Over 6,000 babies were named after the singer. 

Lovato rose to fame from the Disney Channel movie, Camp Rock and has gone on to become a Grammy-nominated singer and a mental health advocate. 


Rihanna

In third place is the Barbadian singer, Rihanna. 

Almost 6,000 babies now have the same name as the 33-year-old. 

It doesn’t come as a surprise that the successful singer and business woman has one of the most popular baby names. 



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