Blue Ivy Carter made a cameo in Beyonce’s music video for ‘Spirit.’ Not even a week later, we heard Miss Carter’s beautiful voice on her mother’s new record, The Gift. This isn’t the first time that Blue has been featured on a record and definitely not the first instance of the youngster shower her star power. Check out five times that Blue Ivy Carter has made her presence known in a big way and, thus, shown that she is a rising star.
1. Blue Ivy In ‘Glory’
Just days after her birth, Blue Ivy Carter’s father released a record that was all about his precious newborn. Blue, of course, was featured on ‘Glory,’ which made her one of the youngest recording artists in history.
2. Blue Presents The VMA Award To Her Mom
Beyonce was set to receive the VMA Video Vanguard Award in 2014. It was Blue, however, who stole the show as she presented the award alongside her father, Jay-Z, to her mom. “Yay, mommy,” Blue said after watching Bey light up the stage with her performance.
3. Miss Carter Kills It At Her Dance Recital
Those who think that Blue Ivy Carter isn’t following in her mom’s footsteps may want to reconsider their position. The youngster absolutely killed it at a recent dance recital presented by Debbie Allen and her dance company. Some people tried to criticize the moment by saying that Blue did not stand out at her dance recital. TMZ and other media outlets, however, beg to differ.
4. ‘Lift Every Voice And Sing’
Blue Ivy Carter sang the Black national anthem on her mother’s Homecoming record. Behind-the-scenes footage shows Blue telling her mom that she wanted to “do it again” because performing “feels good.”
5. ‘Spirit.’ That Is All.
Those who watched the music video for ‘Spirit,’ from The Lion King’s soundtrack, saw Blue Ivy Carter join her mom at the beginning. Blue also sits beside Bey in the extended version of the video, which features the single, ‘Bigger.’ Check it out below!
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