He may be one of the biggest rappers in the
world, but Jay Z doesn't have to stray far
from home to get support for his music. In a
new interview, the 43-year-old revealed that
his 20-month-old daughter, Blue Ivy, is a huge
fan of his music.
"She's my biggest fan," he admitted. "If no one
bought Magna Carta, the fact that she loves it
so much, it gives me the greatest joy. And
that's not like a cliche. I'm really serious. Just
to hear her — "Daddy, song, more Daddy."
She's genuine. She's honest because she
doesn't know it makes me happy. She just
wants to hear it."
The rapper also discussed his and wife,
Beyonce's, decision to trademark Blue's name.
"People wanted to make products based on our
child's name and you don't want anybody
trying to benefit off your baby's name," he
explained. "It wasn't for us to do anything; as
you see, we haven't done anything."
Beginning in November, Jay will bring his
Magna Carta World Tour to the United States
— will Blue be singing along in the audience?!