Listen. Blue Ivy Carter has music in her blood; she’s been gracing the music world with her vocalizations since she was just a wee tot giggling on mama Beyonc’s self-titled album. But when papa JAY-Z’s latest album, the infidelity-admitting 4:44, dropped on platforms besides Tidal early Friday morning, fans quickly picked up on the bonus track “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family” for, well, its Blue Ivy freestyle.
Now, most fans were uh, not sure what young Blue was saying on the track, only that she was most certainly serving her verses with some panache. I’ll let Twitter take it away:
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For the record, Genius currently has a version of the lyrics written out here. I have to say, my favorite back-to-back of the entire thing might just be: “Never seen a ceiling in my whole life / Everything I seen, everything is rotten.” Like father, like daughter.