Le freestyle de Blue Ivy sur 4:44 💙💙😍 pic.twitter.com/UvdQnd2SvB— BEYONCÉ DIVA (@Bey_Diva_) July 7, 2017
Jay-Z released his latest album, 4:44, last week, and along with musings on infidelity, social issues and family, the album also contains a bonus track featuring the rap stylings of none other than Jay-Z and wife Beyoncé's 5-year-old daughter, Blue Ivy.
The song, titled "Blue’s Freestyle/We Family," appears on the physical copies of the album, which were released on July 7. While Blue has previously appeared on a few of her dad's tracks, the new one is the first to feature a verse from the youngster, with Blue delivering 45 seconds of flawless rhymes, including a line that sounds like “Never seen a ceiling in my whole life," as well as the iconic "Boom
Perhaps even better than young Blue getting her rap on are the reactions that have come pouring in from Twitter, with many people applauding Blue's somewhat unintelligible rapping.
Blue Ivy: "Never seen a didnsusnsidjdjdrjdj in my whole life— Moncada/Robert 2020 (@Scott_CEOofSUH) July 7, 2017
Others admit that while certain rappers can't quite get away with spitting random words, Blue Ivy can pretty much do no wrong.
future: msmamshkskajaji— sirumi stan 🅴 (@humbIepride) July 7, 2017
me: if you dont shut yo mumbling ass up…
blue ivy: nskskskskksksksh
Several people also noted the promising future of the music industry.
Sis has rhythm in her genetics.— queen quen (@quenblackwell) July 7, 2017
COME THRU BLUE IVY.
Kidz bop is QUIVERING. https://t.co/1XhsjC0zYK
Asahd pulling up to the studio after hearing Blue Ivy's verse pic.twitter.com/l2GD9TvCtH— Karen Civil (@KarenCivil) July 7, 2017
Photo Credit: Twitter / @IndieMusicRox