Everyone's Freaking Over Blue Ivy's Rap on Jay-Z's New Album

BLue Ivy and Jay-Z at grammys
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If Jay-Z apologizing to Beyonce and celebrating his mom's sexuality publicly for the first time on his new album was somehow not enough to get you intrigued about 4:44, now, there's Blue Ivy's gasp-worthy rap debut to consider. The Carters' 5-year-old is featured on a bonus track entitled "Blue's Freestyle/We Family," and it is everything


The track includes 45 straight seconds of Blue. Initially, fans weren't quite sure what the pint-sized performer was rapping.

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But according to Genius.com, Blue's freestyle lyrics are as follows:

"Everything everything this my only single thing
Everything I hear is my answer
And if you think I say, then [?]
I never hear that, I be in the posse
Never seen a ceiling in my whole life
Everything I seen, everything is rotten
Never sit in silence, innocent is Carter
Innocent we seek them
I and say we see them
Boom shakalaka
Boom shakalaka
Boom shakalaka
Boom shakalaka
Everything in shaka
Everything in faka
Everything in shaka
Everything in faka"

Those are some majorly jaw-dropping, prodigy-level lyrics right there, right?

Obviously, Twitter is eating it up, lavishing praise on the LO who just became a big sis.

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And others are predicting that she'll be a star in her own right before we know it.

We have heard Blue featured in Bey and Jay's work previously. She appeared on Beyonce's "Blue" and Jay-Z's "Glory" in 2014 (both at just 2 years old!), but this is the first time she's gotten an entire verse to herself. Well deserved, baby girl!

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