Jay-Z’s daughter, Blue Ivy Carter freestyles on 4:44

She may still be considered a toddler, but Blue Ivy Carter is already gearing up to take on the world. The tot, eldest daughter of Jay-Z and Beyoncé, has begun her career in the coolest way. Revealed in the hard copy edition of Jay’s latest album, 4:44, she freestyles in the cutest, most gangsta way for a child. The bonus track is called Blue’s Freestyle/We Family and features her rapping for a full 45 seconds.

Though some of the lyrics are garbled and make little sense, what the internet has caught on is that Blue Ivy is technically saying:

Everything everything this is my single thing

Everything I hear is my answer

And if you think I say, then (?)

I never hear that, I be in the posse

Never seen a ceiling in my whole life

Everything I seen, everything is rotten

Never sit in silence (?) Carter

Innocent we seek them

I and say we see them (?)

Boom shaka laka

Boom shaka laka

Boom shaka laka

Boom shaka laka

Everything in shaka

Everything in faka

Everything in shaka

Everything in faka

And then the internet went wild. This isn’t the first time that Blue Ivy Carter has featured on her famous parents’ tracks. When she was just a few days old, she was credited on Jay-Z’s album, and has even appeared on mama Beyoncé’s own album.

Now the world is asking Kanye West’s daughter, North West or even his infant son, Saint West to stand up and finish. West and Jay-Z famously have an on-going beef, with Jay-Z rapping in 4:44 –

But you ain’t a saint, this ain’t kumbaye

But you got hurt because you did cool by Ye

You gave him 20 million without blinking

He gave you 20 minutes on stage, fuck was he thinking?

Fuck wrong with everybody? is what you saying

But if everybody’s crazy, then you’re the one that’s insane

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