Beyoncé's 6-Year-Old Daughter Rumi Breaks Record Held by Sister Blue Ivy for “Cowboy Carter” Feature

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Rumi can be heard on Beyoncé's song "Protector"

<p>Kevin Mazur/Getty</p> JAY-Z with daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi

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JAY-Z with daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi

Beyoncé's daughters are breaking barriers.

Rumi, the 6-year-old daughter of Beyoncé and JAY-Z, broke a musical record previously held by sister Blue Ivy, 12, becoming the youngest woman to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. Rumi can be heard on her mom's track "Protector" off her new album Cowboy Carter.

In the song, Rumi asks Beyoncé, "Mom, can I hear the lullaby, please?" before the singer begins the first verse.

Blue Ivy previously held the title when featured on Beyoncé's song "Brown Skinned Girl," singing on the Lion King track at just 7 years old.

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<p>Jim Poorten/NBAE/Getty</p> JAY-Z and Blue Ivy

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JAY-Z and Blue Ivy

Related: JAY-Z Brings Daughters Blue Ivy, 12, and Rumi, 6, to Super Bowl 2024

Beyoncé shares daughters Blue Ivy and Rumi, as well as son Sir, 6, with husband JAY-Z.

In February, the rapper was seen attending the 2024 Super Bowl with his two daughters.

The proud dad stood on the field with the two girls, chatting with Blue Ivy in one photo while her younger sister stared at the field. In another photo, JAY-Z was photographed capturing Blue Ivy on the field, jumping for joy — while Rumi stood beside watching her big sister.

The rapper and Rumi rocked black leather jackets, while Blue Ivy was seen wearing a classic letterman jacket.

<p>VALERIE MACON/AFP via Getty Images</p> JAY-Z and Blue Ivy

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JAY-Z and Blue Ivy

At this year's Grammy Awards, the "Empire State of Mind" artist received the second annual Dr. DreGlobal Impact Award during the awards show to honor his legacy.

The dad of three brought his daughter Blue Ivy on stage to celebrate, saying, "Thank you very much. I used to say it was a sippy cup for Blue, but Blue's grown up now she doesn't take sippy cups," he began. "And she has her own Grammys."

The proud father referenced Blue Ivy's win for best music video for her role in her mom Beyoncé's "Brown Skin Girl" video.

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