Very few 8-year-olds can say they’ve just collected a stacked list of résumé—yet Blue Ivy Carter sure can. In addition to showing up in Beyoncé music videos and visual albums including Black Is King, catching both a BET Her honor and a NAACP Image Award, and having an athleisure line named after her, Queen B and Jay-Z’s offspring currently flaunts one more award: She’s narrated the audiobook of an Oscar winner.

On Monday, Hair Love director Matthew Cherry, mutual the report about the audiobook’s star—and as Variety noticed, the exhibition could place Blue Ivy in the running for a Grammy nomination. Beyoncé has 24 Grammys, and Jay-Z has 22.

In the event that Blue Ivy were to win the honor she’d be the most youthful victor, breaking the record LeeAnn Rhimes set in 1997 when she won her initial two statuettes at age 14. Meanwhile, HBO Max is set to adapt Hair Love into a animated series, Young Love.

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