It goes without saying that Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, is going to be one famous baby, but this is getting ridiculous. At less than a week old, Baby Blue is already making history by officially becoming the youngest person to ever grace the Billboard music charts. According to Billboard magazine, the newborn is credited as a collaborator for Jay-Z's newly recorded song, "Glory," which the rapper wrote about his daughter – she's officially billed as "B.I.C.," an abbreviation of Blue Ivy Carter.
But Jay-Z isn't the first artist to dedicated a song to his child. Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely" was written about his newborn daughter, Aisha, back in February 1975. However, Aisha wasn't listed on the credits, and the song didn't hit Billboard charts until almost two years later.
Man, first Blue became a Twitter sensation and now she's breaking Billboard records? We knew she was going to be exceptionally popular (the coverage on her birth alone is enough to prove as much), but this is unbelievable. When I was her age I was crying/eating/sleeping 5-10 times a day, not topping music charts or trending on Twitter (but in all fairness to me, Twitter didn't exist back then). In comparison to Blue, I look totally unproductive! If she's already accomplishing so much as an infant, can you imagine what she'll be capable of as an adult? Who'll Run the World? Blue!
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