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Proud papa Jay-Z features vocals from his and Beyonce‘s new baby girl, Blue Ivy Carter, or “B.I.C.” as she’s credited on new song “Glory,” which is posted to his official website. “The most amazing feelin’ I feel/ Words can’t describe what I’m feeling for real/ Baby, I’ll paint the sky blue/ baby my greatest creation was you … Glory.”
Blue was born on Saturday night at a New York City hospital.
“False alarms and false starts/ all made better by the sound of your heart/ all the pain of the last time/ I prayed so hard it was the last time,” Jay rhymes, later revealing just how the “younger, smarter, faster” version of him — “a pinch of Hov, a whole glass of Bey” was conceived. “The most beautifulest thing in this world, she’s daddy’s little girl/ You don’t know yet know what swag is, but you was made in Paris/ and mama woke up the next day and shot her album package,” he says, referring to a shoot Beyonce did for her latest album 4.
Hov, who often said in interviews that he looked forward to having children, alludes to previous tries at starting a family with Beyonce: “Last time the miscarriage was so tragic, we was afraid you’d disappear, but naw, baby, you magic.”
The track ends with a gurgle from someone we assume is Ms. Blue Ivy, herself.
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