Jay-Z's daughter, Blue Ivy, makes music history on the Billboard charts.
Blue Ivy Carter is only a few days old, but she's already making waves in the music industry.
The newborn, who is credited as an artist on her father Jay-Z's latest track "Glory," is officially the youngest artist in history enter the Billboard charts. She can be heard crying at the end of the song.
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"Glory" entered the R&B/Hip-Hop Chart at number 74 with 1.7M audience impressions on 54 radio stations across the nation, according to Billboard.
Coincidentally, the song is also Jay-Z's 107th entry on the Billboard charts which also happens to be Blue's birth date: January 7th, notes PEOPLE.
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Many have compared Jay-Z's tribute to Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely" which he dedicated to daughter Aisha, and Lauryn Hill's "To Zion," for son Zion.
And the time is ticking before Beyonce puts out her tribute song!