Jay-Z and Beyoncé's firstborn Blue Ivy is adding to her list of major music milestones.
The 10-year-old scored her first-ever gold certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the governing body that awards gold, silver, and platinum plaques, HipHopDX reports.
Blue Ivy earned two gold plaques for her contributions to “Blue," a track from Beyoncé's 2013 self-titled album, and "Brown Skin Girl," which appears on the soundtrack of 2019’s The Lion King: The Gift.
Both of the songs hit over 500,000 units, positioning them to earn gold certifications.
The young artist already has a Grammy to her name for "Brown Skin Girl," which took home the 2021 award for Best Music Video.
Blue Ivy was also the youngest person to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 as she was credited on Jay-Z's "Glory" less than two days after her birth.
As her 10-year-old daughter earned two gold plaques, Bey bagged another 70 new RIAA certifications in one day.
She is topping the charts again with her latest album Renaissance, and single "Break My Soul," which jumped to the No. 1 spot on the Hot 100 this week.