Rumi Carter, the youngest daughter of the Carter family, has stepped onto the music scene with her debut appearance alongside her famous mom, Beyoncé.

On Bey’s latest album, Cowboy Carter, fans were treated to Rumi’s angelic vocals on the track “Protector,” where she sweetly asks, “Mom, can I hear the lullaby, please?”


In “Protector,” Beyoncé’s powerful lyrics resonate deeply as she sings, “Born to be a protector / Even though I know someday you’re gonna shine on your own / I will be your projector.”

She ends the track, singing: “Even though I know some day you’re gonna shine on your own/ I will be your projector, yeah, yeah/ And even though I know some day you’re gonna shine on your own / I will be your protector, born to be a protector.”

While Rumi takes her first steps into music, her sister Blue Ivy has already made waves with her talent, even winning a Grammy for her vocals on Beyoncé’s “Brown Skin Girl” back in 2021.

Last year, Blue made her tour stage debut dancing alongside her mom and some backup dancers with high-energy choreography to songs “My Power” and “Black Parade”.

Fans may remember Rumi’s enthusiastic support for her sister during Beyoncé’s Renaissance World Tour in Paris in May 2023. Videos captured Rumi cheering on Blue Ivy, displaying a “We Love You Blue!” sign.

Cowboy Carter features an impressive lineup including Miley Cyrus, Post Malone, Dolly Parton, and the legendary Willie Nelson. Nelson, at 90, lends his voice to tracks like “Smoke Hour Willie Nelson” and “Smoke Hour II,” adding his charm to Beyoncé’s country compilation.

Beyoncé shares three kids Rumi, her twin brother Sir and, and 12-year-old big sister Blue Ivy, with husband JAY-Z.

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