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Blue Ivy has it all … dope parents, quite a life and now, we are learning, the 5-year-old has some serious flows.

Beyonce and Jay Z’s first child together is making headlines after murdering a verse on a new track featured on her famous father’s new album, 4:44. 

Just one week ago, Jay released the anticipated album and today, July 7, the rapper unveiled three bonus tracks that we initially heard snippets of during the teasing of the project last month.

“Adnis,” “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family” and “MaNyfaCedGod” are the three tracks that just made the album even more exquisite. And now, thanks to Blue Ivy, folks have even more to talk about.

During “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family,” the little cutie pie raps for a long 45 seconds about … well … we aren’t sure. But here’s what she’s possibly saying: “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, Boom shakalaka / Boom shakalaka / Everything in shaka / Everything in faka.”

Listen to Bue’s flows here.


The Internet can’t stop talking about Blue’s epic moment, despite not being to understand much of anything.


Review: ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Is Bigger & Better Than The First



If you liked Kingsman:The Secret Service, get ready for The Golden Circle. Hands downs this Kingsman is bigger, badder and better than the first.

Director Matthew Vaughn really takes it up a notch and gives fans much more action and fight sequences. Right off the top we see Eggsy (Taron Egerton) in this amazing car chase scene that will have you applauding as soon as the Prince track ends.

And while we’re talking music the film has an amazing sound track. And if you didnt know, Elton John is also in the film acting and singing some of his classic tunes.

What I also loved were the new editions.  Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges and Pedro Pascal who play the Statesmen – the American version of the Kingsman –  and the dynamic between the two is pretty comical. Vaughn really explores the difference between the two cultures – mannered men in suits versus macho men in jeans and cowboy boots.

Then there’s Julianne Moore who plays the villain, she’s like this maniacal Martha Stewart esque drug lord and she’s quite good at it.

Now there are some obnoxious moments (like that sex scene between Egerton and Poppy Delevigne).  But I think that’s the point. This franchise is all about turning the spy genre on it’s head and introducing the younger generation to a new type of Bond flick … And we think they are going to love it.

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