Blue Ivy’s Verse on Her Dad Jay-Z’s New Track Has Fans Overjoyed

Blue Ivy Carter (center) has been featured on songs by Jay-Z and Beyoncé before. (Kevin Mazur/Getty Images)

Twitter users are buzzing over Blue Ivy Carter’s new freestyle, which some say could give rappers like Remy Ma and Nicki Minaj a run for their money!

The daughter of Jay-Z and Beyoncé shows some serious rap skills on a bonus track from her dad’s album “4:44,” which dropped last week. “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family” was released on Friday, July 7, the same day Jay’s 13th album, formerly a Tidal exclusive, was made available on all streaming platforms except Spotify.

At 5 years old, Blue’s lyrics, which serve as a 40-second feature on her dad’s track, are incomprehensible at times so the music website Genius broke some of them down.

“Everything everything this my only single thing / Everything I hear is my answer,” Blue rapped. “And if you think I say, then [?] / I never hear that, I be in the posse / Never seen a ceiling in my whole life.”

Twitter users couldn’t get enough of Blue’s newest verse, which follows her cries on Jay-Z’s 2012 song “Glory” and coos on Bey’s “Blue” in 2013.

Some used the track to inject some humor — and shade — into the situation.


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