Blue Ivy Carter won her first Grammy Award at the age of nine

Beyoncé wasn’t the only Carter to make history at the 2021 Grammys Her daughter Blue Ivy also won her own trophy

Both mother and daughter won the best music video for “Brown Skin Girl”, which was taken from Beyoncé’s album “The Lion King: The Gift” and the movie “Black Is King”

Blue Ivy is credited on the track, singing in the choir, and stealing the show in its debutant-themed music video – which says something considering the clip also features appearances from Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyong’o, and Kelly Rowland

This makes Blue Ivy the second youngest Grammy winner in history. Only Leah Peasall of the Country Harmony Group The Peasall Sisters won at a younger age.She was only eight when her group was part of the O Brother soundtrack ensemble, Where Art Thou won

“Brown Skin Girl” became Blue Ivy Carter’s first Billboard 100 hit when it was released in 2019

It was far from her first chart success, however, that happened at the tender age of two weeks when she made her debut on the Billboard R&B / hip-hop songs with a feature in Jay-Z’s “Glory” that was designated as BIC

Jay tried Blau’s weeping and cooing shortly after she was born. She would later appear on his acclaimed album 4:44 at the age of 5 and play a full-fledged rap

Even during the Grammys on Sunday night, Beyoncé wrote at her 28th birthday Victory Story She is now the most distinguished woman in Grammys history and has hit Quincy Jones’ record for most honored artist alive. Only late classical conductor Sir Georg Solti has 31 more Grammys, a record that Beyoncé in the Will definitely find the coming years best

The award that introduced her to history was for her nineteenth single, “Black Parade,” which celebrates the pride, power and history of black people

“As an artist, I believe my job is to reflect on time and it was such a difficult time,” said Beyoncé, accepting the Best R&B Performance Award

“So I wanted to uplift, encourage, celebrate all the beautiful black queens and kings who continue to inspire me and inspire the world”

Earlier that night she’d been part of another premiere – when her “Savage Remix” helped Megan Thee Stallion become the first woman to win Best Rap Song The collaboration also won Best Rap Performance

Other big winners were Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande, who became the first all-female couple to win best pop duo performance for “Rain on Me,” and Taylor Swift, who became the first woman and fourth artist to win the album of the year Taken home three times with the prize for folklore

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World News – USA – Icon and Star Blue Ivy Carter wins first Grammy Award at the age of 9