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JAY Z AND BEYONCE’S DAUGHTER BLUE IVY TURNED 2—SEE HOW SHE HAS ALREADY IMPACTED HER PARENTS’ MUSIC

Jay Z and Beyoncé's baby girl Blue Ivy Carter turned 2 years old yesterday and she's already been a major collaborator in both of her parents' music careers.

Here are Blue Ivy's 5 most important credits so far in her short career:

1. She Made Singing Debut on "Beyoncé" Album--On the song "Blue," Beyonce sings about the joys of motherhood. Blue Ivy makes the cameo on the song, closing it out by repeating her mother's lyrics, "Hold on to me" and giving a pronunciation of Beyoncé's name.

2. Her Newborn Cries Debuted on Jay Z's "Glory"—Just 48 hours after her birth in 2012, Blue Ivy appeared on her father's song "Glory." Her first cries can be heard as the record fades out.

3. She Co-Starred in Beyoncé HBO Special—Last year, Blue Ivy appeared on screen in Beyoncé's HBO documentary, "Life Is But a Dream." There are images of Blue throughout the film and it also contains footage of Beyoncé's pregnant belly.

4. She Received Royal Treatment From Jay Z on "3 Kings"--Four months after Blue's birth, Jay Z said he felt more inspired to spend time with his daughter than to make music. His quality did have an impact and he referenced her in a verse on Rick Ross' "3 Kings."

5. She Deserves "Holy Grail" A&R Credit--If you can take the opening lyrics of Jay Z's "Holy Grail" literally, Blue Ivy deserves credit for the chip on his shoulder. On the duet with Justin Timberlake, Jay raps that his daughter told him to remind his contemporaries that he's the man.

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Jay Z and Beyoncé's baby girl Blue Ivy Carter turned 2 years old yesterday and she's already been a major collaborator in both of her parents' music careers.

Here are Blue Ivy's 5 most important credits so far in her short career:

1. She Made Singing Debut on "Beyoncé" Album--On the song "Blue," Beyonce sings about the joys of motherhood. Blue Ivy makes the cameo on the song, closing it out by repeating her mother's lyrics, "Hold on to me" and giving a pronunciation of Beyoncé's name.

2. Her Newborn Cries Debuted on Jay Z's "Glory"—Just 48 hours after her birth in 2012, Blue Ivy appeared on her father's song "Glory." Her first cries can be heard as the record fades out.

3. She Co-Starred in Beyoncé HBO Special—Last year, Blue Ivy appeared on screen in Beyoncé's HBO documentary, "Life Is But a Dream." There are images of Blue throughout the film and it also contains footage of Beyoncé's pregnant belly.

4. She Received Royal Treatment From Jay Z on "3 Kings"--Four months after Blue's birth, Jay Z said he felt more inspired to spend time with his daughter than to make music. His quality did have an impact and he referenced her in a verse on Rick Ross' "3 Kings."

5. She Deserves "Holy Grail" A&R Credit--If you can take the opening lyrics of Jay Z's "Holy Grail" literally, Blue Ivy deserves credit for the chip on his shoulder. On the duet with Justin Timberlake, Jay raps that his daughter told him to remind his contemporaries that he's the man.

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