Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s girl was among the victors for Best Music Video for “Brown Skin Girl,” becoming the second-most youngest person to win a Grammy ever.
Blue Ivy Carter won her first Grammy at 9 years old on Sunday, becoming the second-most youthful individual to win the music award.
Blue Ivy — alongside her mother, Beyoncé, and Wizkid — won Best Music Video for “Brown Skin Girl” during the Grammys pre-telecast ceremony Sunday evening.
This was Beyoncé’s 25th Grammy win, carrying her nearer to the record-breaking record for a lady (which is held by Alison Krauss with 27 successes), the Associated Press revealed. Beyoncé has been selected for nine honors at the 2021 Grammys, which are occurring Sunday night in Los Angeles.
The tune “Brown Skin Girl” is from Beyoncé’s album The Lion King: The Gift, and Blue Ivy sang the opening and shutting lines — acquiring her an authority credit.
“When I see fathers singing ‘Brown Skin Girl’ to their daughters, to know that my daughter can have the same opportunities and feel confident and feel like she doesn’t have to take her braids down, she can comb her Afro out, she can glisten in her brown skin. That’s why I make music,” Beyoncé said in an ABC special on the making of the album.
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