Blue Ivy - Beyoncé's daughter wins her first Grammy Award at the age of 9
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At nine years old, Blue Ivy Carter has already won Grammy

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Blue Ivy who is the eldest daughter of Beyoncé and JAY-Z won her first Grammy award on Sunday, just hours before the ceremony which was shown on TV. This little but already so talented girl won the gold prize for the best music video for her and her mother's song "Brown Skin Girl". Interestingly, she is the second youngest musician who managed to win the prize. Leah Peasall won Grammy at the age of eight for her involvement in “O Brother, Where Art Thou?“ 2001 soundtrack.

Blue Ivy appears both in the vocals of the song on which she wrote the verse herself and in the music video together with her mother. The song was originally used on the soundtrack for the 2019 remake of Disney's film "The Lion King", curated by Beyoncé. Blue Ivy has already won a BET Award, Soul Train Music Award, and NAACP Image Award.

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