Blue Ivy Carter wins Soul Train Award for the second time. Given her parentage, it’s not surprising she’s starting young.
Blue Ivy Carter received her very first Soul Train award on Sunday night at the tender age of seven, revealed on Sunday night during the awards show held in Las Vegas.
For her contribution to her popular mom’s hit, Brown Skin Girl, the daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z ruined the award.
According to host channel BET, the music tribute to females of color is Blue Ivy’s first songwriting credit. According to the Associated Press, the youngster is sharing the Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award with her mom and dad and ten others.
The track defeated five rivals, including Hard Position, penned by H.E.R., David Harris, Sam Ashworth & Ruby Amanfu; Juice, Theron Thomas, Sam Sumser, Sean Small, Eric Frederic and Melissa Jefferson (aka Lizzo);
Making It Easier, written by Brandon Anderson, William Smokey Robinson, Alaina Chenevert, Miguel Atwood Ferguson, Daniel Manman and Farid Nassar, was another candidate.
For her breakthrough, Twitter users congratulated the youngster.
Tap Dance ni**rbear added:’ Congrats for winning a Soul Train Award for Beyonce and Blue Ivy.’
Beyonce and Jay Z, respectively, are now guardians of Sir and Rumi’s two-year-old twins.
On Monday, however, they spent a child-free day on board a luxurious yacht in the tranquil waters off Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Beyonce highlighted her enviable hour-glass figure with her aunt, Tina Knowles, and her stepdad, Richard Lawson, in a two-piece double date.