WARNING: This post will give you feelings.
JAY-Z just dropped the highly anticipated 4:44, and his 13th studio album is getting major attention from the Internet.
While Hova has been a staple in the hip hop industry for decades, clearly his lyrics have changed since becoming a father, because he couldn't help but give a shout out to his babies!
While some songs focus on topics such as infidelity (yikes), one track in particular, “Legacy,” is being talked about for the sweetest reason: JAY’s five-year-old daughter Blue Ivy and her infant siblings appear to be the muses — the little girl even opens the track by asking, “Daddy, what’s a will?”
Clearly the 47-year-old got a lot of inspiration from the Carter clan, which just expanded by two members after wife Beyoncé welcomed twins. And the song is full of sweet references to fatherhood and his life as a family man.
“My stake in RocNation should go to you / Leave a peace for your siblings to give to their children too,” the rapper says in the song. “My parents ain’t have sh-t so the shift started with me / My mom took her money, she bought me bonds / That was the sweetest thing of all time, uh. Your seed, married his seed, married my seed / That’s how we keep Carter money in the family.”
Clearly, the father-of-three and his wife are taking care of the fam quite nicely. And considering they both landed themselves on the Forbes' Top 100 list, we think it’s safe to say their three kids will always live comfortably.