Like Father, Like Daughter: Blue Ivy Raps On Additional '4:44' Track
As we know, Blue Ivy Carter was born into a musical family, so it should come as no surprise that there are a few talent genes swimming through her veins.
Through her daddy JAY-Z's additional track from his 13th studio album, 4:44, we get a glimpse into the five-year-old's chops as a budding rapper in her own right.
In "Blue’s Freestyle / We Family," the tiny spitter raps her heart out in 45 seconds in a pretty adorable verse.
While the clip's fuzziness makes it a bit difficult for us to articulate what B.I.C is saying, there's no doubt she's slaying the scene and giving these girls a run for their money.
Expect to see her name next to Remy and Nicki next year as a BET "Best Female Hip-Hop" nominee. Mark our words. 4:44 will be released to more retailers Friday (Jul. 7).
See some side-splitting reactions to Blue's groundbreaking work below.
Let me find out Blue Ivy is out here freestyling pic.twitter.com/SYytLEX5NY
— SMILE (@TOPTlERFIVESTAR) July 6, 2017
Blue Ivy said she never seen a ceiling in her whole life...meaning she don't believe in limits #StayWoke
— MonsterKing (@CerromeRussell) July 7, 2017
— timo (@whenyoupIayme) July 7, 2017
"Boom shakalaka, boom shakalaka. Everything in shaka, everything in faka"
Blue Ivy ATE this. pic.twitter.com/5fZG60d0g6
— pierce (@nicxbey) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy ended Jay Z! A rapper! A songstress!!! pic.twitter.com/dOrwOp8oxs
— Hovi's home (@bjday4) July 7, 2017