'Boom shakalaka!' - Blue Ivy raps on track on Jay-Z's album 4:44 and it's adorable (and catchy)
Jay-Z and Beyonce's daughter Blue Ivy is making her first foray into music on her dad's new album, 4:44.
The 5-year-old raps on a bonus track, 'Blue's Freestyle / We Family' which features on the new physical edition of the album releasing tomorrow.
It's not 100 per cent clear what she's actually saying but it sounds damn cute anyway.
The track is one of three bonsues on the album, with the others titled 'Adnis' and 'MaNyafaCedGod' which features James Blunt and a quote by Rumi, which adds weight to the speculation that Jay-Z and Beyonce's twins are called Rumi and Sir.
People are loving her lovely albeit largely unintelligible contribution.
Blue Ivy: Everything a singaaa everything a shacka, everything a shacka. boom shaka laka, boom shaka laka. pic.twitter.com/ZakzacXQdf— Kazeem Famuyide (@RealLifeKaz) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy: "everything is shaka, everything is flacka"— Lai (@beyswho) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy coming out with her album entitled "apple juice." But for now, here's her bars on 4:44👍🏾 pic.twitter.com/0hI6u0rTCW— ra-mel Ⓥ 🌱 (@itsRamel) July 7, 2017
Blue Ivy: BOOM SHACKALACKA— Vontay is typing... (@AyeYoVontay) July 7, 2017
Me trying to learn blue ivy rap pic.twitter.com/kIa5thbOP1— Ashley🍭 (@ashleyyxoxo___) July 7, 2017
me @ miss Blue Ivy's freestyle even though I'm not entirely sure what baby girl is saying pic.twitter.com/sf4ok7QMMo— ♛ (@beytrash) July 7, 2017