Rumi Carter, Beyoncé's second daughter, has just broken a new record, becoming the youngest female artist to join the prestigious Billboard Hot 100. Her duet with her mother on Protector earned him 42nd place in the ranking.

With this title, young Rumi Carter dethrones her big sister, Blue Ivy. In 2019, when she was only 7 years old, the eldest sibling reached number 76 on the Billboard Hot100 alongside artists such as Beyoncé, Saint Jhn and Wizkid. Since 1993, it is not a member of the Carter family who holds the record in the general chart of the American magazine. It has been held by the French singer Jordy and his title Hard hard to be a baby, released when he was only 5 years old. In France, the single was also a hit, allowing the young artist to stay at number one in the top 50 for 15 weeks in a row. The song has more than 100 million plays on the Spotify platform.