If Jay-Z’s 13th platinum studio album wasn’t enough for you when it was released on TIDAL June 30th, then his July 7th release should make the cut with the feature of Blue Ivy.
After pre-releasing his album to TIDAL members, Jay-Z finally realized a physical edition of 4:44. The album was released on iTunes music and featured three bonus tracks. One bonus track, specifically tailored to Blue Ivy’s talent.
Blue Ivy got her very own free-style on Jay-Z’s 4:44 album that broke the internet and it wouldn’t be surprising if she released a single by the end of the year.
With parents like Jay-Z and Beyoncé, Blue Ivy didn’t miss out on the talent in the Carter family.
As the first child of the Carter family, Blue Ivy is making her way to the Carter “legacy”. The bonus track on 4:44 featured a snippet of “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family”. Blue’s verse may be difficult to understand, but there are some lines easily quotable.
Blue raps in her single “Everything everything this my only single thing / Everything I hear is my answer”.
With some of her lyrics considered vulgar for a 5-year-old girl, Blue broke the Internet and made Twitter headlines last week.
Despite Blue’s feature in Jay-Z’s 4:44 album, Blue was also featured in her mother’s album, Beyoncé’s 2014 song “Blue”. In 2012, Jay-Z also released his single “Glory”, debuted to Blue, as the glory of the Carter family.
Fans also predict if she released a single Blue could continuously release singles. Making her one of the youngest and most iconic female rappers in hip-hop. With parents, Jay-Z and Beyoncé, the Carter “legacy” is sure to succeed through Blue’s talents.
4:44 also releases some of Jay-z’s ideas that he never had the opportunity to express. First jay-Z addresses Hov’s father in “MANyfaCedGod”, which features James Blake and addresses Beyoncé’s forgiveness, and their reconciliation. The bonus tracks also address the birth of twins Rumi and Sir Carter, the newest additions to the Carter family.