She came to slay!

JAY Z just dropped several bonus tracks from his recently released album, 4:44 — and, yes, his and Beyoncé’s adorable daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, raps on one of the new tunes.

The talented kid opens her hip-hip superstar father’s song “Blue’s Freestyle/We Family” with a 40-second intro that is slightly incomprehensible (hey, she’s five years old!), but she closes out her verse with this particularly gangsta line: “Never seen a ceiling in my whole life.”

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Naturally, the Internet can’t get enough of Blue’s rhyming skills and social media users are losing it. To see some of the best Twitter reactions, check out the video below!

This isn’t the first time Blue has showed off her star power. As the Beyhive may recall, she made a cameo in her mom’s 2016 video for “Formation.” She even lent her vocals to JAY Z’s song “Glory,” which was released just two days after her birth in January 2012.

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During a 2012 interview with The Breakfast Club, JAY Z said that becoming a dad to Blue has had a profound effect on him.

“[Fatherhood] has changed me in a way that…just knowing what’s important… but I had a pretty good sense of that. It just reaffirmed all things that I believed I knew,” the proud pop said at the time, adding that raising a little one is no easy job. “It’s hard man, it’s difficult.”