Beyoncé’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter wins top songwriting award


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Blue Ivy Carter continues to outperform essentially every other seven-year-old and most adults. Beyoncé’s first-born just won her first-ever writing award at last night’s BET Soul Train Awards for “Brown Skin Girl.” Blue shares the Ashford & Simpson Songwriter’s Award with his co-authors including SAINt JHN, WizKid and his mother.

Of course, it wasn’t a solo effort, but it was one of Blue’s first forays into songwriting – and it was a real hit. “Brown Skin Girl” was featured on the Billboard Hot 100. Blue also sang on the track because she is multi-talented. She is, after all, Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s child; it’s in her genes to be so good at music.

Blue Ivy Carter has not commented publicly that she won her first prize, and her parents were not at the ceremony last night. Blue has more pressing issues to take care of, like studying for the second year.

People got some details in July about Blue’s personality. She is close to her mother and yes, talented for the stage.

“She is very sassy, ​​full of energy and knows what she wants,” a source told the outlet. “Especially after the twins [two-year-olds Sir and Rumi] were born, Beyoncé made sure that Blue was able to embrace her new role as a big sister. She also lets her go to video shoots, awards shows and music recordings. They have a very special bond!

And yes, music is part of it. “Of course Beyoncé and Blue love music,” the source said. “Blue loves to sing, dance and play. She’s natural. Clearly.

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