Blue Ivy Carter is getting quite the intense amount of attention since her birth this weekend.
The little girl of rapper Jay-Z and singer Beyonce was born only days ago but her proud pop is already singing her praises. He released a song Monday called “Glory” in which he sings about Blue.
The song was released on Life and Times early Monday, in which Jay-Z sings, “Baby I’ll paint the sky blue, my greatest creation was you.”
“You’re the child of my destiny, you’re my child of a child from Destiny’s Child,” he sings. “That’s a hell of a recipe.”
“Your mom said you danced for her,” he sings in “Glory.”
He also reveals information that the public didn’t know as Associated Press reports, that Beyonce may have suffered a miscarriage. He says, “Last time the miscarriage was so tragic,” and that “We was afraid you’d disappear but nah baby you magic.”
It gets better, the song even reportedly features the sound of baby Blue’s cries at the end. According to the Associated Press, the song says it features “B.I.C.” standing for Blue Ivy Carter.
Blue Ivy Carter’s birth has not been confirmed by reps for the couple, though close friends and family noted the child through Twitter.
Beyonce’s sister, Solange Knowles tweeted, “The most beautiful girl in the world,” on Sunday, while close friend Gwyneth Paltrow tweeted, “Welcome to the world Blue! We love you already.”
“Congrats to my good friends Beyonce and Jay-Z,” tweeted Russell Simmons and Rihanna tweeted: ”Welcome to the world princess Carter! Love Aunty Rih.”
As we previously reported, Beyonce reportedly gave birth in a private wing of Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, where the couple rented out the entire fourth floor for $1 million and according to the New York Daily News, Beyonce checked into the hospital Friday under the name Ingrid Jackson.
The couple first revealed the pregnancy publicly at this past year’s MTV Video Music Awards when Beyonce shared the news on the black carpet and posed for pictures holding her bump. Beyonce later performed and at one point, unbuttoned her blazer to give her belly a rub. According to the Associated Press, the performance sparked a Twitter record; there were 8,868 tweets per second and Twitter said that rate was a record for the service.