A godfather is a male godparent in the Christian tradition or a man arranged to be the legal guardian of a child in case the parents die before adulthood or the age of majority.

Godfather may also refer to:






  • Godfather (band), a sleaze-funk-hip hop band from Cambridge, UK
  • The Godfather (album), a compilation album by Héctor Delgado featuring many artists
  • The Godfathers, an alternative rock band from London, England
  • The Godfathers (rap duo), a hip hop duo consisting of Kool G Rap and Necro, from Brooklyn, NYC


Honorary titles

It may also be bestowed as an honorary title to a pioneer in a particular field, especially in musical genres, as:


See also

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