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Blue Ivy Rapping on JAY-Z's 4:44 Album

The Internet Lost Any and All Chill After Hearing Blue Ivy's Rap on JAY-Z's 4:44

Blue Ivy Carter has accomplished more things in her five years on earth than I will in my entire lifetime, a fact that I, a mere mortal, dutifully accepted the minute she was born. Beyoncé and JAY-Z's oldest has walked red carpets, has gone on wildly lavish vacations, has clearly inherited her mom's dance moves, and will likely one day, as Parks and Recreation once predicted, own an airline called Jet Blue Ivy. On top of all that, Blue is also coming for her father's hip-hop crown, which she proves on one of the three bonus tracks for his latest album, 4:44.

JAY-Z included the bonus tracks in honor of 4:44 being released on iTunes and Apple Music on Thursday night, including "Blue's Freestyle/We Family." While a lot of the lines are gibberish (or possibly just in another language that only people with at least a million dollars in their bank accounts can understand), there's one that comes across crystal clear: "Never seen a ceiling in my whole life." Naturally, the internet lost it.












Now we just have to wait until the twins start talking . . .

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