Who wouldn't take advantage of her parent's connections?
Blue Ivy may just be five-years-old but she's already marching up the path to success. And as the daughter of power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z, she certainly has connections in high places. So we can't say we were surprised to hear that she has made her mark on her dad's latest album, 4:44.
Blue Ivy can be heard rapping on Jay-Z's track, "Blue's Freestyle/We Family." Though some of the lyrics are admittedly difficult to determine, we can't help but sing along to the chorus. Boom shakalaka... Listen to the five-year-old rap below:
Le freestyle de Blue Ivy sur 4:44 💙💙😍 pic.twitter.com/UvdQnd2SvB— BEYONCÉ DIVA (@Bey_Diva_) July 7, 2017
And the track soon went viral, as the Internet took to Twitter to voice their opinions...
Blue Ivy: Everything a singaaa everything a shacka, everything a shacka. boom shaka laka, boom shaka laka. pic.twitter.com/ZakzacXQdf— Kazeem Famuyide (@RealLifeKaz) July 7, 2017
When Kanye realizes it's time to put North West in the studio after hearing Blue Ivy... pic.twitter.com/18A671geK1— Percy Mack (@Nicktheegr8) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy mumble rapping is better than anything Nicki Minaj has dropped in the last two years. pic.twitter.com/PGHY6FqgKD— . (@CAWBBBB) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy: BOOM SHACKALACKA— Vontay is typing... (@AyeYoVontay) July 7, 2017
BLUE IVY CARTER IS THE QUEEN OF RAP .— Prettyboi Barz ;( (@BarzdaLyricist) July 7, 2017
WHO IS JAY Z ? WHO IS BEYONCE? THE INDUSTRY IS CANCELLED . pic.twitter.com/LoryTTYiwV
Let's not forget this is Blue Ivy's second attempt at cracking the music industry, as she made her debut as a newborn on 2012’s "Glory."
This post was written by Danielle Fowler. It originally appeared on our sister site, Grazia Daily.