Will Rumi and Sir Carter Be Featured in Future Beyoncé Songs?
She may be young, but Blue Ivy has already broken a few records with her mother, Beyoncé, and her music. Now, with Sir and Rumi Carter making surprise appearances in the visual album Black is King, fans wonder when it’s time for these twins to step into the spotlight.
Blue Ivy appeared in a number of Beyoncé’s song
The eldest of the Carter children has since appeared on a number of songs created by Beyoncé and her husband, Jay-Z. Blue Ivy even gives Rumi and Sir a shoutout during the song “Boss” by The Carters.
The young artist appeared as a featured artist for a number of Beyoncé’s hits, including the award-winning song, “Brown Skin Girl.” There’s the song “Blue,” which was included in Beyoncé’s self-titled album.
Additionally, Blue Ivy appears in the visual album featuring the music of The Lion King: The Gift, titled Black is King. That’s primarily for the song “Brown Skin Girl,” where Blue Ivy stands alongside Tina Knowles, Beyoncé, and Rumi Carter. With Rumi and Sir’s involvement in Black is King, some wonder when, or if, the twins will step into the spotlight, like their big sister.
Will the twins ever sing with their parents?
Being that Sir and Rumi Carter were born in 2017, they still are a little young to appear on a track with their mother. That’s not to say Blue Ivy didn’t have small roles in Beyoncé’s music when she was younger. Some even expect more public appearances from the twins, Sur and Rumi.
Although Blue Ivy started making public appearances when she was very young. That includes a stage moment on the MTV VMAs back in 2014. She even accompanied Beyoncé to the premiere of Disney’s The Lion King. It wasn’t until 2019, though, that the star-on-the-rise sang alongside her mother.
That means if the twins wanted to pursue music, they would probably record songs around the same age. They still pop up periodically, though, as fans saw their birthday party in Beyoncé’s annual Instagram recap video.
Beyoncé dedicated ‘Black is King’ to her youngest son
Although both of the twins had small roles in Beyoncé’s Black is King, the entire production aimed to empower young children. That includes Sir Carter, Beyoncé’s only son. After the visual album ended, a special message appeared across the screen.
“Dedicated to my son, Sir Carter,” the message reads. “And to all our sons and daughters, the sun and the moon sow for you. You are the keys to the kingdom.”
Hopefully, fans will see more Sir and Rumi Carter appearances in the future. Until then, the photo-real adaptation of The Lion King, featuring the voice of Beyoncé, is available on Disney’s streaming platform, as is the visual album, Black is King. To learn more about Disney+ and to subscribe, visit their website.