Beyoncé’s latest album, Cowboy Carter, is a family affair, including a guest appearance by her six-year-old daughter Rumi Carter.

While the highly anticipated project boasts famous stars like Miley Cyrus, Post Malone, Dolly Parton, and Willie Nelson, Queen Bey also works with Rumi, one of the twins she gave birth to in 2017.

Rumi appears briefly in the beginning of “Protector,” the fourth song on the lengthy 27-track country album, when she asks, “Mom, can I hear the lullaby please?”

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The song, a touching acoustic ballad about Beyoncé’s love for her children, has lyrics like: “I will lead you down that road if you lose your way/ Born to be a protector/ Even though I know someday you’ll shine on your own/ I will be your projector.”

Following Cowboy Carter’s release on Friday (March 28), fans reacted strongly to the touching tune.

One user said on social media, “k but Beyoncé wait because I wasn’t ready for PROTECTOR” beside a gif of Dua Lipa sobbing.

Another said, “PROTECTOR IS A MASTERPIECE OH BEYONCÉ I’M WEEPING” and shared an equally emotive gif.

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Rumi is not the first of Beyoncé’s children with husband JAY-Z to appear on a song alongside her.

Blue Ivy, the singer’s eldest daughter, appears on the song “Brown Skin Girl” from the Lion King soundtrack album in 2019.

Blue, then nine years old, became the second youngest individual to ever win a Grammy when the song won Best Music Video.

Blue also appeared heavily in her mother’s 2023 documentary, Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé.

Cowboy Carter is Beyoncé’s eighth studio album, inspired by country music, gospel, and blues.

The CD covers a variety of country performers, including stalwarts like Parton and Nelson, as well as rising newcomers like Tanner Adell, Brittney Spencer, and Shaboozey.

Stevie Wonder, Nile Rodgers, and Jon Batiste all contribute to the album, which lasts one hour and twenty minutes.

Cowboy Carter is also known for its versions of Dolly Parton’s “Jolene” and The Beatles’ “Blackbird”.

Taylor Swift was previously speculated to appear on the album, as was Travis Scott, whose vocals were utilized in an LP promo.

Beyoncé is rumored to be working on a third album as part of a trilogy that started with 2022’s Renaissance.