Jay-Z and Beyoncé's daughter Blue Ivy Carter is living the dream life. She gets to travel the world with her parents, make cameos in their music videos, and now she's ready to launch her music career. The five-year-old raps a few bars on a bonus track for Jay's new album 4:44.
On the bonus song, "Blue's Freestyle/We Family," released last night, you can hear Blue rap, “Never seen a ceiling in my whole life" and a refrain of "Boom shakalaka, boom shakalaka/ Everything in shaka, everything in faka," according to Rad Up.
The song will be featured on the physical edition of 4:44, to be released July 7.
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Blue also appeared on Beyoncé's "Blue" in 2014, Jay Z's "Glory" in 2012, and showed up in the music video for "Formation" on Lemonade. She knows how to slay just like her mom.
4:44 has already gone platinum following its exclusive release on Tidal last week. Little Blue is ready for her Grammy now!
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