- Blue Ivy narrated the book which previously won an Oscar as an animated short film with the same name
- The good news was announced by the book's author Matthew A. Cherry through a Twitter post
- The post was of a 10-second snippet of the audiobook in which Blue introduced the story about the book
At just eight years old Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, is already making huge strides in her career.
The little girl seems to be following in the footsteps of her world star parents as she launched her audiobook journey in a huge way.
Blue narrated the book Hair Love which previously won an Academy Award as an animated short film with the same name.
The good news was announced by the book's author Matthew A. Cherry through a Twitter post on Monday, November 9.
The post was of a 10-second snippet of the audiobook in which Blue introduced the story about the book.
"Dreamscape presents Hair Love, by Matthew A. Cherry narrated by Blue Ivy Carter," the little one said.
The cover of the book was also attached to the short clip which showed a black man looking up at her daughter's face as he carried her on his shoulders.
Hair Love is about an African American father who strives to learn how to style her daughter's hair.
Beyoncés' daughter is no stranger to the limelight as she has appeared in several of her mom's music and also featured at events with her parents.
About a year ago, Blue won her first songwriting award for a song collaboration with her mother.
The award was for contributing to her mom’s track Brown Skin Girl, which was featured in the Lion King album.
Blue took home the Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award, which also credits her parents as co-writers at the 2019 BET Soul Train Awards on Sunday, November 17, 2019.
Other co-writers who shared the award with the young girl included Saint JHN and Wizkid.
Twitter users applauded the youngster for her breakthrough.
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