Sorry, Justin Bieber, Willow Smith and all the singing children that Ellen Degeneres parades around on her TV show, but you all just got beat out by a 2-day-old infant.
Blue Ivy Carter came into the world on Saturday January 7, 2012, and two days later her dad Jay-Z had recorded and released the single, "Glory - featuring B.I.C" and since Blue Ivy Carter aka B.I.C received officially billing on the track title and her own coos and cries are heard on the track, she's a featured guest artist on the song.
Only two days old and she's already laying down some tracks. Give her a week and she'll start requesting only green M&M's in her backstage dressing room.
So anyways, the song landed on the R&B/Hip-Hop chart at No. 74, making baby B.I.C the youngest person ever to appear on a Billboard chart. Also, did Jay-Z totally drop the ball by not naming her Lil Bic? I mean, she's the only rapper that is actually a "lil." Lil Wayne is 29, he really needs to drop that moniker by now.
However, this title causes some controversy for Blue Ivy Carter. Back in the 70's, Stevie Wonder penned the track "Lovely" as an ode to his daughter and Wonder also recorded his newborn daughters voice on the song. However, Wonder didn't credit his daughter Aisha on the song like Jay-Z did, so she's not officially a Billboard chart topper.
I wonder when BIC and Jay-Z will collaborate on an album? They can call it, "Watch The High-Chair."