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:
And the track soon went viral, as the Internet took to Twitter to voice their opinions…
When Kanye realizes it's time to put North West in the studio after hearing Blue Ivy… pic.twitter.com/18A671geK1
— Souf Sil Fa Lil (@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
— Myke (@Liberianboii86) July 7, 2017
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.
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