Blue Ivy is proving to the world that she’s indeed the daughter of Jay-Z and Beyonce as she made her hip-hop debut on her father’s latest album “4:44”.
Blue Ivy’s foray into music started with her newborn screams as a newborn baby on the 2012 Jay-Z track “Glory,” a deeply revealing song celebrating her arrival and a rare revealing admission that his wife Beyonce had suffered a miscarriage prior to Blue.
She followed this up featuring on her mom’s groundbreaking, self-titled visual album “Beyonce” in 2013. Talking in adorable half-sentences, the now-eldest Carter child appears over the emotional mother-daughter devotion track “Blue.”
Blue Ivy is on the track ” Blue’s Freestyle / We Family,” featuring her father. It is one of the three additional songs on the physical CDs produced for retail through Universal Records, not available in the digital version release on Tidal, Jay-Z’s music streaming platform a week ago. Blue’s rhyme includes gems like “Boom Shakalaka / Boom Shakalaka / Everything in shaka / Everything in faka,” and the internet has given her a perfect score for lyric choice, flow and swag.
This latest effort is Blue at her most cogent, and the world loves it. Its undeniable how much the global population adores her, and desperately wants her to inherit the national treasure status her parents enjoy.
Le freestyle de Blue Ivy sur 4:44 💙💙😍 pic.twitter.com/UvdQnd2SvB
— BEYONCÉ DIVA (@Bey_Diva_) July 7, 2017