Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter Blue Ivy Carter is now officially a Grammy nominee.
The eight-year-old was added to the list of nominees for best music video for her mother's song Brown Skin Girl on Friday.
She didn't appear in the original list upon its release last month, but has now appeared following adjustments to nominations.
Blue Ivy provides vocals on the track and also appears in the video and it credited as a featured artist. Nigerian singer WizKid who also features on the song has been added to the nomination too.
In the category, they are up against Harry Styles’ Adore You, Anderson .Paak‘s Lockdown, Woodkid’s Goliath and Future‘s Life Is Good featuring Drake.
The youngest ever nominee and recipient of a Grammy is Leah Peasall, who was eight years old when the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack won Album of the Year in 2002.
She and siblings Hannah and Sarah make up The Peasall Sisters who provided the singing voices for George Clooney's character's daughters in the film.
The youngest ever individual winner was LeAnn Rimes, who picked up three prizes at the 1997 ceremony aged just 14.
Meanwhile, this year saw Billie Eilish become the youngest person ever to win album of the year for her debut When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go aged just 18.
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She won all of the "big four" categories, including song of the year, record of the year, album of the year and best new artist.
The Grammys are currently slated to be held on Friday 31 January.
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