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

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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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