All the dads out there are just trying to do the best they can raising happy, strong boys and girls. Sometimes that job comes with a dad bod and bad dad jokes. Young Jeffrey sings to all the big papas just in time for Father's Day.

Every Friday during Brooke & Jeffrey in the Morning, Jeff his Song of the Week. They're not exactly 'parodies', most of the time they're more of a tribute.

And the only way Jeff knows how to spread love to all the dad's he admires is to sing them a song. Ya see, Jeff isn't only about the moms. He knows how hard dads work, too.

Drake's 'Best I Ever Had'? No. It's Young Jeffrey's 'You My Freakin' Dad'. Jeff turned to the legendary rapper to profess his appreciation for all the lawn-mowing, plaid-wearing, recliner-sitting, beer-drinking, nap-taking, chore-slacking pops.

Young Jeffrey's Mother's Day Song, 'Mom's House' [VIDEO]

Will this get new dad Drake's attention? We'll have to wait and see.

If you missed Young Jeffrey's brand new Song of the Week, 'You My Freakin' Dad', you can watch below.

Happy Father's Day from Brooke & Jeffrey in the Morning and all of us here at SoJO 104.9

Wake up with Brooke & Jeffrey weekday mornings from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. on SoJO.

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