Beyoncé's iconic Coachella performance has now been repackaged and presented in her surprise live album, Homecoming.

Alongside cuts she performed during the festival, track 36, "Lift Every Voice and Sing - Blue's Version" comes in the form of her daughter Blue Ivy Carter presenting her own rendition of the song. While it's no surprise Bey would feature her daughter on the project, a closer look on TIDAL and Spotify reveals that Blue now has an artist profile on streaming services.

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Considering the fact that she was on both of her parents' albums previously, it is plausible to think that a profile would've been set up sooner. In 2012, Blue Ivy's historic appearance on JAY-Z's "Glory" (credited as B.I.C.) solidified her spot as the youngest performer to land on the Billboard charts (she was only two days old at the time).

The now-7-year-old also made an appearance on "Blue," featured on Beyoncé's self-titled surprise album in 2013, as well as the Hov song "Blue's Freestyle / We Family" on 4:44 in 2017. And although she was officially credited as a featured performer, she never had an individual artist profile on streaming services.

While this is not a guarantee that she will become a singer or rapper like Bey or Jigga, this is certainly a move that can set her up for that route, should she choose to do so.