Blue Ivy has been around the music business all her life, and how could she not with her parents Jay-Z and Beyonce joining in matrimony? The eldest child of the Carters has the Internets going crazy after a re-release of her dad’s 4:44 album featured three new tracks with one putting the highlight on her freestyle abilities.
Blue Ivy makes her captivating debut in “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family.” We’ll keep it real — it’s hard to tell what she’s but it’s still pretty freaking awesome how she keeps that beat on point. You can clearly hear her rap, “boom shakalaka” and “Never seen a ceiling in my whole life.”
Like the outlet writes Blue spits bars, as well as a five-year-old can, off the dome but we should hold out hope that she’s going to get better with age just as her superstar parents seem to manage.
The freestyle is a prelude to the bonus track “We Family” which is also joined by the full-version of “Adnis” that was teased ahead of the release of 4:44, and “ManyFacedGod,” another track previously teased.
Check out some of the reactions below and on the following pages to Blue Ivy’s bars.
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
"boom Chaka Laka….everything in Chaka" – Blue Ivy
"I'm EVERY woman, it's all IN ME" – Chaka Khan pic.twitter.com/KahqlnHtnE
— TEEJAY (@travisTHX) 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
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