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Blue Ivy Carter Earns First 'Billboard' Hot 100 Entry With 'Brown Skin Girl'

The 7-year-old daughter of Jay-Z and Beyoncé made her debut on the chart this week.

Blue Ivy Carter just made her first entry onto the Billboard Hot 100 chart!

The seven-year-old daughter of Jay-Z and Beyoncé entered the chart at number 77 with her feature on the standout “Brown Skin Girl” off of her mother’s latest album, The Lion King: The Gift.

The song, which features Wizkid and SAINt JHN, is a love letter to Black girls around the world.

Since its release, the #BrownSkinGirlChallenge has gone viral as Black girls and women worldwide are claiming their worth through the song’s lyrics.

“Brown skin girl/ your skin just like pearls/ the best thing in the world / I’d never trade you for anybody else,” Beyonce sings on the chorus.

But of course, this is not Blue Ivy’s first time on the charts.

She was just a few days old in 2012 when she was credited as an artist on her father Jay-Z’s track “Glory,” a move that made her the youngest artist in history to ever enter the Billboard charts. She can be heard crying at the end of the heartwarming song.

“Glory” ended up entering the R&B/Hip-Hop Chart at number 74.

From the looks of things, it might not be too far fetched to expect more Billboard hits from the young Miss Carter in her years ahead.