Not like we were slayed last week with Jay-ZâsÂ newest release or anything, but it seems his daughter, Blue Ivy, is following very closely in her parents footsteps.
Hip-hopâs princess is featured on âBlueâs Freestyle/We Family,â which will appear asÂ a bonus track on Jay-Zâs platinum album, â4:44.â
Full disclosure: We have to admitâit was a tad bit hard to figure out what the five-year-old was saying, but we def made out that âboom shakalakaâ at the end.
To date, this is âBlue Blueâsâ third appearance on a record produced by her parents. In 2012, Jay-Z placed some of Blue Ivyâs first cries at the end of âGlory,â a soaring song about the joys of fatherhood. Beyonce later followed, featuring her daughter on âBlueâ released as a track on her smash 2013 self-titled album.
And of course the internet could not deal:
Blue Ivy ended both her parents and all the female rappers in 40 seconds, tea only pic.twitter.com/I8GtKMTrkP
— BeyoncÃ© Facts (@beyceipts) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy needs to come out with a mixtape next year and Asahd needs to produce it. Bout to be LIT pic.twitter.com/3VV84YOIxV
— midnight sapphire (@mynameis_LP) July 7, 2017
Heard Blue Ivy's freestyle and had to fix the cover. pic.twitter.com/SY5LMBDObS
— Cycle (@bycycle) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy's fan base has been dubbed the Ivy League. I love it. pic.twitter.com/95tAy3J98S
— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy: "doitlooklikeiwasleftoff444" pic.twitter.com/8qmK2Xbh38
— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) July 7, 2017
Joe Budden about to be REAL mad at Blue Ivy for being young, happy and rapping. pic.twitter.com/dhfIfuGfcH
— Key ð¥ (@amour_key98) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy: Everything a singaaa everything a shacka, everything a shacka. boom shaka laka, boom shaka laka. pic.twitter.com/ZakzacXQdf
— Kazeem Famuyide (@RealLifeKaz) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy: "Never seen a didnsusnsidjdjdrjdj in my whole life
— Moncada/Robert 2020 (@Scott_CEOofSUH) July 7, 2017