The Internet Has Zero Chill About Blue Ivy's Incomprehensible Freestyle Rap

All hail the new rap queen.


If you haven't heard, JAY-Z has a new album. It's called 4:44 and it's sparking all sorts of buzz. For starters, the platinum album features a track that's allegedly about him cheating on Beyonce (SMH). It also includes three bonus tracks, one of which is titled "Blue's Freestyle / We Family" featuring, well, a freestyle by Jay's daughter Blue Ivy. 

This isn't the first time Blue has showed off her "singing chops." She made her musical debut as a crying and babbling newborn infant in JAY-Z's "Glory". She also shared some "I love you, mommies" on Beyonce's ode to her in the song "Blue". 

Omg I love it, Blue Blue's getting so big 😩😩 Rp @formation.tour.2016

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Okay, okay, we have to admit, we really have no idea what the five-year-old is saying. The best we can make out is "boom shakalaka" repeated over and over towards the end of the clip. But still, Blue stays on beat. And plus, if you really want to know the lyrics, just hit up Genius — lots of people are

In the end, Blue clearly showed off the kind of rap talent that left the internet wanting more. 

Keep winning, Blue. Rap stardom is in the cards for you.

The Internet Has Zero Chill About Blue Ivy's Freestyle Rap

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