Blue Ivy Carter drops a freestyle rap on “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family" on Jay-Z's 4:44. 

Blue Ivy Carter drops a freestyle rap on “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family" on Jay-Z's 4:44

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Being the offspring of music's most powerful couple doesn't seem to be enough for Blue Ivy Carter.  The five-year-old eldest daughter of Jay-Z and Beyonce dropped her own freestyle rap on the song "Blue's Freestyle/We Family," a bonus track from Jay-Z's already platinum album 4:44, that leaked today.

While the rap is only 45 seconds long, it appears that Blue has already adopted her father's "Big Pimpin" and braggadocio style.  With lyrics like  "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" makes her pint-sized bravado absolutely adorable.  Blue even manages to go old school, rhyming "Boom shakalaka/Boom shakalaka/Everything in shaka/Everything in faka" towards the end of the song.  While some lyrics are unintelligible (she is only five), the swagger is undeniable.

"Blue's Freestyle/We Family," along with other bonus tracks "Adnis" and "ManyFacedGod" featuring James Blake, are available on physical copies of 4:44 which is available now.