Blue Ivy Carter is taking after her famous parents, Beyoncé and Jay- Z, and it's safe to say she could be the next big thing.
Jay-Z released a bonus track of the five-year-old freestyle rapping just a week after he surprised fans and dropped his latest album, 4:44. The title of the song is Blue's Freestyle/We Family.
Blue did her thing for an entire 45 seconds on the now viral track.
"Everything, everything is my only single thing / Everything I hear is my answer... I never hear that/ I be in the posse / Never seen a ceiling in my whole life," she raps.
Since she is only five, it's a little tough to make out what exactly she's trying to say. Although one thing is clear, she's a fan of the phrase "Boom shakalaka" because she says it at least twice on the song.
"Everything in shaka / everything in faka," she added.
Jay-Z blessed the microphone on the song as well and had a few words that were a bit more mature than what Blue Ivy had to say -- especially when it came to his wife and Blue Ivy's mother, Beyoncé.
"And thank the heavens for BB, her Creole roots run deeply / I'm crazy, you ever leave me I might have to put an egregious / Spell for us to stay together / Facelessness / Maison Margiela embracing/ 'Cause more than ever we gon' have to stick together, feel me?"
This is the second time that Blue Ivy has been featured on one of Jay-Z's songs. Fans recall that she made her big debut on his 2012 hit Glory. She had a follow-up appearance on Beyoncé's song Blue off of the self-titled album.
Hear Blue's freestyle in the clip below.
Her freestyle is one of three bonus tracks that were released from 4:44. The other two are Adnis and MaNyfaCedGod.
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