Between Kylie Jenner becoming a billionare aged 21 and Jaden Smith spending his 22nd birthday running a philanthropic vegan food truck on Skid Row, we thought we'd hit peak under-actual-adult-age overeachiever. Maybe we'd even get to enjoy a few weeks of fun in the sun before another pipsqueak pipped us to our life goals post... Oh, not so fast. And this time, we're talking mind bogglingly young.
Blue Ivy Carter, daughter of American music royalty and icon formerly in the making (let's be honest, she's graduated to full icon status now) has just shattered records by becoming the youngest person ever to make the Billboard Hot 100 charts.
Seven year old Blue collaborated with her mother on the track ‘Brown Skin Girl’, one of the standout songs on Beyoncé’s The Lion King-inspired soundtrack album Spirit.
We can't help but feel for her younger siblings Rumi and Carter. Talk about having (metaphorically) big shoes to fill!