She's not even a week old, but Blue Ivy Carter is already making music history.
Billboard says that thanks to her dad, Jay-Z, featuring her on his new song, "Glory," Blue becomes the youngest person to ever appear on its chart.
Jay-Z released the song about his first-born child with wife Beyonce on Monday, and it immediately became a viral sensation. The song, which credits B.I.C., features the sound of Blue's cries at the end.
The song's refrain is "The most amazing feeling I feel/Words can't describe what I'm feeling for real/ Maybe I paint the sky blue/My greatest creation was you. You. Glory."
Now, the song will enter Billboard's chart next week at No. 74.
Rapper Eminem was the big winner at last night's (May 23rd) Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Eminem snagged six Billboard Awards during the ceremony, including the evening's top honor of Artist of the Year, based on his hit album Recovery.
Em also took home awards for Top Male Artist, Top Billboard 200 Album, Best Rap Song, Best Rap Album and Best Rap Artist.
R&B singer Rihanna, who raised eyebrows with her skin tight outfit during a performance with Britney Spears, took home three awards last night, including Top Female of the Year.
Young Money rapper Nicki Minaj was crowned Best New Artist of the year, while the Black Eyed Peas won the award for Top Duo or Group.
Other winners during the evening included Beyoncé, U2, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift and Lady Antebellum.