Rapping about how much money he has is so old-school … Jay-Z is now using his 6-month-old daughter Blue Ivy's wealth as a subject matter for his lyrics. In the new Rick Ross song "3 Kings," Jay-Z makes an appearance and uses his time on the track to boast about his daughter's luxurious life, which she leads thanks to her famous dad and mom Beyonce. "Y'all should know by now if you don't know/Millions on the wall in all my rooms," says the rapper, who then goes on about his baby using some pretty shocking language. "N---as couldn't f--k with my daughter's room/ N---as couldn't walk in my daughter's socks/Banksy bitches, Basquiat!"
This isn't the first time Jay-Z, 42, has been artistically inspired by his daughter. Two days after her January birth, "Glory," a song about the joy of fatherhood, leaked onto the web. In it, he called Blue "my child from a child from Destiny's Child" and even revealed that he and Beyonce had lost a baby in the past. "Last time the miscarriage was so tragic/We was afraid you'd disappear/But nah baby you magic." In the song's refrain, Jay-Z exposed his tender side with the words: "The most amazing feeling I feel/Words can't describe what I'm feeling for real/Maybe I paint the sky blue/My greatest creation was you." At the end, you can hear a baby cry, although it was never confirmed whether or not it is actually Blue.
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Jay-Z and Beyonce, 30, have not spoken much about their daughter and usually keep her covered when out in public, but he did gush about his little girl during an interview with Oprah Winfrey for her "Master Class" OWN program recently. When describing Blue, he said she was "the worst spoiled little kid ever."
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