Blue Ivy Is the New Rap Queen on Jay-Z's '4:44' Bonus Track - Listen

Fans are going wild after a preview of the song titled 'Blue's Freestyle/We Family', which features Blue adorably rapping for a straight 45 seconds, surfaced online.

AceShowbiz - As expected from the daughter of Jay-Z and Beyonce Knowles, Blue Ivy has stepped into the music scene. The little girl has apparently hit the studio to assist his dad on a new bonus track for his latest album "4:44". Titled "Blue's Freestyle/We Family", the song features Blue rapping for 45 seconds straight.

"I never hear that, I be in the posse/ Never seen a ceiling in my whole life," Blue spits. "Boom shakalaka, boom shakalaka/ Everything in shaka, everything in faka." Other bonus tracks include "Adnis" and James Blake-assisted song titled "ManyFacedGod".

This is technically not the first time Blue being featured on her parents' song. Back in 2013, she could be heard giggling and talking on a single titled "Blue" off Beyonce's self-titled visual album "Beyonce". Her heartbeat and cries were featured on Jay-Z's single "Glory", which was released in 2012.

The release of the new track has sent fans into frenzy. It soon becomes a trending topic on Twitter, and some users cannot seem to get over it. A user expects Blue to receive a thropy on BET Awards next year, writing, "Blue ivy coming for that female rap @BET award 2018." Meanwhile, another user urges Nicki Minaj to hand over her crown as the rap queen, tweeting, "Blue Ivy Carter. The rap legend. @NICKIMINAJ your time is up."

Similarly, another user claims that Blue "just ended Remy Ma, Nicki Minaj, Lil' Kim, Trina and all the female MCs." Many other users post hilarious GIFs to express their awe of Blue's rapping skill.

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