When JAY-Z released 4:44, producer No I.D. let it be known that there were three bonus tracks that didn't make the final cut. According to Universal, those songs will feature on the physical release of the album. On Thursday night what sounds like it could be a brief snippet of one track, “Blue’s Freestyle / We Family," emerged online.
While some of the bars are tricky to make out clearly a female child's voice can be heard boasting that she's “Never seen a ceiling in my whole life." Another line is the instantly quotable “Boom shakalaka, boom shakalaka, everything in shaka, everything in faka.”
While the artist behind the bars hasn’t been officially confirmed, Twitter was quick to crown Blue Ivy as rap’s newest icon. Many people made use of memes capture their emotions, while others labelled her verse the start of a “revolution.”
Check out the best of the reactions below. The FADER has contacted a rep for JAY-Z regarding the alleged leak.
Can you imagine a blue ivy track produced by ASAHD? The revolution is starting, folks. Tell your faves goodbye while you have a chance to.— panny phantom🌻✨ (@xanpireslayer) July 7, 2017
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