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Beyoncé’s Daughter Just Set An Impressive Record

Beyoncé’s second daughter, Rumi Carter, has achieved a remarkable milestone by becoming the youngest female artist to enter the prestigious Billboard Hot 100 chart.

A New Record Holder

At just six years old, Rumi Carter has made music history. Her duet with her mother, “Protector,” featured on Beyoncé’s latest album “Cowboy Carter,” has debuted at number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100. Meanwhile, Beyoncé herself continues to enjoy chart success with her single “Texas Hold’Em” holding strong at the second spot.

This achievement has Rumi stepping out of the shadow of her older sister, Blue Ivy, who had previously set a similar record. Blue Ivy was seven when she featured in “Brown Skin Girl,” landing at 76th place on the Hot 100 in 2019.

Family Ties and Musical Legacy

While Rumi’s debut on the charts is making headlines, her twin brother Sir is known for keeping a lower profile. Unlike his sisters, Sir was notably absent from the Super Bowl finale on February 11, where Blue Ivy and Rumi made appearances on the field with their father, Jay-Z.

Adding to the family’s musical endeavors, Blue Ivy recently returned to the stage during the Renaissance World Tour, performing in glittering costumes alongside her mother and backup dancers—a moment that Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé’s former Destiny’s Child bandmate, enthusiastically praised.

Not the Youngest Ever

It’s important to note that while Rumi now holds the title among female artists, she is not the youngest artist ever to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. That distinction goes to French singer Jordy, who made the list in 1992 at the age of four with his hit “Dur dur d’être un bébé” (It’s tough to be a baby).

Rumi Carter’s entry into the music world at such a young age not only speaks to the incredible influence of her family but also sets the stage for what may be a promising musical future, much like the illustrious career of her mother, Beyoncé.

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