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    Blue Ivy Ignoring Beyoncé's Assistance While Singing Is A New Mood

    Beyoncé might need to share her crown.

    In the United States, we recognize one queen: Beyoncé. But soon she may need to share that title with her eldest child, Blue Ivy.

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    At just 7 years old, Blue Ivy has already appeared on three of her mom's albums (Beyoncé's 2013 self-titled album, Homecoming: The Live Album, and, most recently, The Lion King: The Gift).

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    She's basically poised to become the youngest Grammy Award nominee ever (in which case she'd be surpassing LeAnn Rimes, who was 14 when she secured that honor).

    In her mom's latest visual project, the ABeyC documentary Making the Gift, Blue Ivy reminds the world of just what a force she is.

    ABeyC activated. @Beyonce Presents: #MakingTheGift. Tomorrow.

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    You get to watch her laying down her vocals for the chorus of "Brown Skin Girl," and it is purely iconic.

    Not only will watching Blue Ivy absolutely nail her part with her angelic voice bring you to tears...

    Ok bro I’m crying 😢 come on Blue!!#MakingTheGift

    ...but it may also be your new forever mood. Specifically, the scene where she completely ignores her mom's assistance in the form of lyrics Beyoncé holds in front of her as she sings the chorus.

    Beyoncé: *holds paper* Blue: lady, I don’t need that! I know my song!

    We are not worthy.

    The film is full of other incredible Blue Ivy moments too.

    Because obviously Blue Ivy is the star of Making the Gift.

    We should all be so lucky to have the confidence of this 7-year-old.

    There are plenty of other adorable Knowles-Carter family moments as well.

    Name a more iconic trio.

    Blue, Sir & Rumi. Appreciation tweet. ❤ #MakingTheGift