At the youthful age of seven, Blue Ivy Carter won her absolute first Soul Train award. It was reported on Sunday, November 17, an evening during the entertainment ceremony held in Las Vegas.
The little girl of Beyoncé and Jay-Z wracked up the respect for her commitment to her well-known mother’s hit, Brown Skin Girl. The music tribute to ladies of shading is Blue Ivy’s first songwriting credit
Blue Ivy opens and shuts the song with the verses “Brown skin girl, your skin just like pearls, the best thing in the world, never trade you for anybody else.”
“Brown Skin Girl” was part of her mom’s 2019 The Lion King: The Gift album, and it got rave audits from fans and critics upon its release. #BrownSkinGirlChallenge even became a web sensation via social media, with many black ladies — including Lupita Nyong’o and Gabrielle Union — using the hashtag to commend the song’s positive message.
The honor is Blue Ivy’s most recent achievement, coming after she indented her first Billboard Hot 100 with “brown Skin Girl.” The tune appeared at No. 76 on the chart in July, while the album itself appeared at No. 2.
Already, Blue Ivy showed up with her mom in the music video for “spirit,” another song from The Lion King: The Gift.
Beyoncé is the most-awarded artiste at the Soul Train Awards with 16 statues, so Blue Ivy has enormous shoes to fill, however she has a lot of time. Next quit: completing grade school.