Blue Ivy does a cute-little freestyle on her father Jay Z's new album

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Jay Z has put-in all the right ingredients for his much-talked about 13th solo studio album, 4:44 - to make sure it is going to be remembered for not one, but several special reasons.

The album, which was released exclusively on Tidal for streaming on the 30th of June, was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America within five days of its release. The physical edition of the album was released on 7 June, featuring three additional tracks to mount the already solid track-listing.

One track from the legendary MC's latest studio offering, features his 5 year old daughter Blue Ivy, doing a rap-freestyle - and it's all sorts of cute! Previously, another track from the album featuring the rap legend's Pop-superstar wife Beyonce, entitled 'Family Feud' was also being noted for being a standout on the album - and now by also involving their daughter in the project, the album has become all-the-more special.

Entitled, ‘Blue’s Freestyle/ We Family’ - here is an excerpt from her adorable rap:

Everything everything this my only 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 shakalaka
Boom shakalaka
Boom shakalaka
Boom shakalaka
Everything in shaka
Everything in faka
Everything in shaka
Everything in faka

Listen to Blue's first full-fledged feature below:


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