LISTEN: Blue Ivy Makes Her Rap Debut on Jay-Z’s ‘4:44′

Blue Ivy Takes Center Stage at Ballet Recital
It's official: Blue Ivy has her mom's talents!

It looks like Blue Ivy has inherited her dad’s freestyling skills!

The 5-year-old dropped a killer rap on Jay-Z’s 4:44, spitting rhymes on the bonus track of the recently released album. In “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family,” Beyoncé‘s little girl also captures her mama’s fierce as she raps, “Never seen a ceiling in my whole life.”

Blue Ivy first made her music debut in 2012 when her cries were featured in Jay-Z’s “Glory”.

However, this talented tot isn’t just musically gifted. Recently, Blue proved she’s quite the dancer at a ballet recital in Los Angeles.

Clearly, she is destiny’s child.