As we’ve watched her grow, it has become very clear that Blue Ivy is the perfect mix of her mother and father. Artistry and talent flows through her veins, and with “Blue’s Freestyle,” the 5-year-old proves she actually has the flow to back it up.

JAY-Z released the physical edition of his already-platinum album, 4:44 on Friday (Jul. 7). The physical version included three bonus tracks not included on the original TIDAL release: “Adnis,” “MaNyfaCedGod” with James Blake, and “Blue’s Freestyle / We Family.”

In “Blue’s Freestyle,” Jay and Beyonce’s daughter spits a few bars for 45 seconds. Though not every word is exactly decipherable, the little tike does go off!

“Everything, everything is my only single thing / Everything I hear is my answer…I never hear that / I be in the posse / Never seen a ceiling in my whole life.”

“Boom shakalaka / Boom shakalaka / Everything in shaka / Everything in faka,” she raps in the rap’s catchy refrain before allowing her daddy to finish it out.


Of course, Twitter went wild over Blue’s bars and praised the 5-year-old, catapulting her to the No. 1 trending topic.

Blue Ivy first appeared on one her parent’s songs shortly after her birth. Credited as B.I.C., the song “Glory,” includes her heartbeat and cries. The song debuted on two Billboard charts, making Blue Ivy the youngest person to ever chart.

She is also featured on “Blue” on Beyonce’s 2013 self-titled album.

So, should we really be expecting a Blue Ivy mixtape in the near feature? At the very least, this is a sign that the 5-year-old will be making more guest appearances on her parents’ albums.

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