Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy freestyled on a bonus track that was just released for Jay Z’s new album 4:44.
Blue Ivy following in her father’s footsteps?
Blue Ivy Carter is certainly her father’s daughter. While the five-year-old does possess sassy qualities like her mother, Beyonce, the toddler is also very close with her father, Jay Z.
Last week, Jay Z dropped his new highly-anticipated album, 4:44, exclusively on his music streaming service TIDAL. On Friday of this week, the rapper released three bonus tracks.
“Adnis,” “MaNyfaCedGod,” “Blue’s Freestyle/ We Family” were all heard in the visual teasers for 4:44.
People on the internet definitely seem to be most excited about Blue Ivy’s song, “Blue’s Freestyle/ We Family.”
The five-year-old daughter of Beyonce and Jay Z raps for about 45 seconds on the track saying, “Everything, everything is my only single thing / Everything I hear is my answer…I never hear that / I be in the posse / Never seen a ceiling in my whole life.”
Blue breaks it down in the freestyle refrain: “Boom shakalaka / Boom shakalaka / Everything in shaka / Everything in faka.”
Jay talks Beyonce and politics
Jay Z rapped about his daughter and his wife Beyonce in the extremely buzzed-about bonus track.
“And thank the heavens for BB, her Creole roots run deeply.”
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The 47-year-old rapper also got into some political talk saying that he was “more worried about Trump than anyone overseas.”
Platinum in less than a week
The TIDAL edition of 4:44 had the 10 original songs. The album is now available to stream on iTunes music as the exclusive release only lasted a week.
4:44 was already made platinum and the Recording Industry Association of America and CEO Cary Sherman gave full “props to Jay” for having “done it again.”
“Another platinum album adds to an already iconic career.”
Everyone: but what does Blue Ivy’s freestyle mean?
Me: No one knows what it means but its provocative. It gets the people going????
— vægue (@Leago_bro) July 7, 2017
Me not understanding but still vibing to Blue Ivy’s freestyle pic.twitter.com/7ttIpYTtrZ
— Susie Carmichael (@ibeezwhoibeez) July 7, 2017
Get all the way into this Blue Ivy freestyle. Boomshakala pic.twitter.com/TLNLJdxKQF
— petty mayonnaise (@asvpshader) July 7, 2017
Me before listening to Blue Ivy’s freestyle: Really, they got Blue out here rapping?????
Me after listening to the freestyle: Yasss Blue!???????????? pic.twitter.com/OyUm6bEXK6
— xoNecole (@xonecole) July 7, 2017
Me at Blue Ivy’s freestyle even tho I didn’t get a single word she said pic.twitter.com/u3LONHuG1P
— BOOMSHAKALAKA ⚠ (@beyhasmywig) July 7, 2017
I really thought Wild Thoughts was gonna be my summer jam but Blue Ivy just dropped that freestyle and now I’m like pic.twitter.com/nDPhS4sDnd
— megan (@mtobin22) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy’s feature on “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family” is not the first time Jay Z and Beyonce’s daughter has been highlighted in her famous parent’s music.
Thank you to all the people that have inspired me. Rakim KANE KRS chuck cube Jaz Em Andre Nas big PAC cole kendrick chance jayE..wait,
— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) June 16, 2017
In 2012, Jay Z featured his daughter in his songs for the first time on “Glory.”
“I paint the sky blue, my greatest creation was you.”
“You’re the child of my destiny.”
Beyonce had her little girl on her 2014 song “Blue,” with a music video that featured photos and videos of Beyonce, Jay Z, and a baby Blue Ivy.
“Hold on to me, Blue.”
Beyonce and Jay Z recently welcomed two new additions to the family just before 4:44 dropped. The Lemonade superstar gave birth to twins in mid-June, a baby boy and a baby girl, rumored to have been named Rumi and Sir Carter, TMZ reported.
Did you listen to Blue Ivy’s feature on 4:44, “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family?” Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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