Blue Ivy Carter Freestyles on Her Dad’s New Album


The physical edition of Jay-Z’s first studio album in four years titled 4:44 is out today, featuring a special bonus track showcasing his daughter Blue Ivy’s freestyle skills. Of course it’s not so shocking that Blue Ivy is a platinum pop star in-the-making but, then again, talent often skips a generation or two.

On the track called “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family,” the young talent raps for 45 seconds. While some of it is age appropriate babble, there is one remarkable line: “Never seen a ceiling in my whole life.” The track ends with her repeating, “boom shakalaka,” a phrase that’s already going viral for its extreme cuteness.

Blue Ivy might have big shoes to fill, but this is a clear indication that her musically inclined genetics could very well live up to that of her parents. This isn’t the first time that we we’ve heard from Blue Ivy through her parent’s music. In 2012, her then-newborn cries were featured in Jay-Z’s track “Glory,” which was released a mere 48 hours after her birth. And since a mother-daughter collab was also inevitable, Beyonce’s first album since giving birth to Blue Ivy featured her baby girl on the song “Blue,” making Blue Ivy the youngest person ever to ever grace the Billboard chart.

Purchase Jay-Z’s 4:44 on iTunes here.


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