Blue Ivy Carter is Youngest Person to Appear on the Billboard Charts | Music News

At the tender age of only 4 days old, the daughter of Shawn “JAY Z” Carter and Beyoncé Knowles has achieved more than millions of artists around the world could and in doing so has become the youngest person to to ever appear on the Billboard chart as a credited artist.

Blue Ivy Carter‘s gurgling sounds feature on her father’s recently released track “Glory” (she is officially billed as “featuring B.I.C.” an abbreviation of Blue Ivy Carter) which entered R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart this week at No. 74.

Although Stevie Wonder featured his daughter Aisha on “Isn’t She Lovely” when she was born, Aisha was never officially credited as a featured artist and the song didn’t enter the Billboard chart until after more than two years after her birth.

The Carters Stay winning!

Source: Billboard

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