Blue Ivy Makes History with GRAMMY Win for Beyoncé’s ‘Brown Skin Girl’

Published: Sunday 14th Mar 2021 by Rashad

Thanks to ‘Brown Skin Girl,’ Blue Ivy‘s got the gold!

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At the 2021 GRAMMY pre-show Sunday night (March 14), it was announced Blue had collected a trophy in one of the show’s untelevised categories:  Best Music Video.

Awarded to the Jenn Nkiru-directed music video, ‘Brown Skin Girl’ (seen above), the inspirational clip was released in support of her mom Beyoncé‘s critically acclaimed ‘The Lion King: The Gift’ album – a musical companion piece to the global blockbuster live action remake of ‘The Lion King’ (in which Bey also stars).

For Blue, the win – her first – makes her the second youngest person to ever win a GRAMMY. Only Leah Peasall, who won 2002’s Album of the Year at eight-years-old for her contribution to the ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ soundtrack, was younger at the time of her win.  For mom, it’s her 25th trophy – making her just 3 wins shy of becoming the most awarded female artist in GRAMMY history.  By the night’s end, she set the record for most wins among any singer ever (click here to read more).

Blue Ivy Carter hasn’t even reached 10-years-old and is already no stranger to making history.  In 2019, she achieved her first Billboard 100 hit (at just seven years old) for her feature on “Brown Skin Girl.”  In 2020, she followed by making history as the youngest BET Award winner ever (as we reported here).

Now, thanks to a retroactive addition to the list of contributors to the ‘Girl’ video, Blue’s a historic GRAMMY winner.

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  1. Jake March 14, 2021

    Amazing!! Congrats to Beyoncé and Blue Ivy!

  2. OOPS March 14, 2021

    She did not make history… SMH *2nd youngest.
    Rigged.. they added her name to the nomination..

    • Pat March 14, 2021


    • I can’t March 14, 2021

      Blue Ivy has been listed on the credits since 2019. Why wouldn’t she be included in the nomination? 🙄 Anything to hate on this little girl.

      • Clarks0o0ñ March 14, 2021

        Nobody is hating on that girl

        When the nominations were first announced, blue’s name wasn’t listed. Beyonce pulled some strings and they added her name and now she has won.

  3. Clarks0o0ñ March 14, 2021

    The Grammys is a joke at this point

    • Nicky March 14, 2021

      Let me guess because Camicky has been banned?


      Weren’t you bragging that she “performed” before.


      The Clown bites back very hard doesn’t it

      • Clarks0o0ñ March 14, 2021

        Normani stan, stop embarrassing ur self and ur faves

        The Grammys know blue and Camila.

        Normani has never ever attended the Grammys. They dont invite dancers

  4. Susan March 14, 2021

    Congrats Queen B, and Beyoncé too

  5. Ms. Ling Ling💋 March 14, 2021

    Wow! They even kissed Beyoncé’s daughter’s ass

  6. Muzik First March 14, 2021

    Wow she has paid for all of her 20+ Grammys and now even her daughters. So low

    Visit: for all your hit music!

  7. Hmmm… March 14, 2021

    25 Grammys. That’s crazy. 👏🏽

  8. Keith March 14, 2021

    Congratulations to the Carters…

  9. Okay! March 14, 2021

    The visual content and concept of this song is “Black Beauty”!😍😍😍😍
    Congratulations 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽

  10. Anne March 14, 2021

    Great song/video; and Blue’s contribution is undeniable. Good for them!

  11. FMcL March 14, 2021

    Matthew Knowles taught Beyoncé well when it comes to the art of getting creative with credits and publishing…so much so she’s passed it onto her own🤣

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