What Blue Ivy Was Rapping on Dad Jay Z’s ‘4:44’ Album


While mom Beyonce is busy tending to her newborn twins, eldest child, Blue Ivy has been taken away some of the spotlight from her infant siblings. A lot of the buzz this week on her rapper husband Shawn Jay Z Carter’s newest album focused on the 5-year old’s lyrical debut on her dad’s song “We Family” also named “Blue’s Freestyle”.

The crowd-source contributors over at Genius took a stab at what they think the lyrics are:

“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”

The consensus from the Interwebs is that it’s a spin off or Lauryn Hill’s “Everything is Everything” off of her multi-platinum and multiple Grammy-award winning album “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill”.

Her folks must play it often at the crib.

We can dig it!



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