Beyoncè's Daughter Blue Ivy Wins 1st Grammy Award for 'Brown Skin Girl'

Beyoncè's Daughter Blue Ivy Wins 1st Grammy Award for 'Brown Skin Girl'

- Beyoncè and her daughter walked away with smiles on their faces from the 2021 Grammy Awards

- Both of them bagged an award thanks to their talent and showed just how much talent runs in their blood

- Blue Ivy was celebrated for her role in Beyoncè's Brown Skin Girl

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Just like mummy, Queen of Pop Beyoncè’s daughter Blue Ivy is following her footsteps and slowly embracing greatness at her young age.

The nine-year-old, who made her musical debut in her mother’s video, has bagged her first Grammy Award.

During the Sunday, March 14 award show, Blue was fêted for Best Music Video category in Beyoncè’s viral song Brown Skin Girl.

Beyonce's daughter Blue Ivy wins her first Grammy Award
Beyonce taught Blue how to embrace her power. Photo: Beyonce.
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Beyoncè too walked away with a few more awards that night. Call them a super duo!

The musician and mother of three was celebrated for Best RnB Performance, Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance.

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Thanks to her long-standing career and numerous awards to boot, Beyoncè set a new record. The celebrity became the most decorated female artist in regard to all her career Grammy wins.

In a previous article by Briefly.co.za, it was reported that a 69-year-old woman named Mojisola Odegbami represented Africa well after featuring in Beyoncè's Black Is King visual album.

The woman earlier travelled to the US for medical treatment and never thought that her fate would change for good.

Mojisola's encounter with a seven-year-old child actor, FJ, linked her up with Beyoncè's staff and contributed to how she landed the role.

The elderly lady appeared in one of the tracks called Bigger, portraying the character of an African queen. In another called Mood, she was elegant in African traditional print as she tied gele.

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Briefly.co.za previously reported that SA's Busiswa wrote an emotional post thanking Beyoncé for putting her in her hit visual album, Black Is King. Busiswa posted a video of herself watching herself in the film in awe and included a heartfelt caption. She said:

"My queen, Beyoncé, I thank God for your life (and) the vessel you've allowed yourself to be, (as well as) the seats you have given (to) so many at the table. The realisations you've created for millions of young girls, but particularly for girls in my home town of Mthatha, South Africa."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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