CNN reported that Blue Ivy Carter received the first BET award of her career on Sunday (June 28, local time).
Accordingly, due to the complicated situation of the COVID-19 epidemic, the 20th BET Awards ceremony could not be held as usual, and instead took place online. Here, Beyoncé’s single “Brown Skin Girl” (Vietnamese title: Brown Skin Girl), a collaboration with WizKid and Saint Jhn, with the participation of her 8-year-old daughter at the beginning and end, won the award. BET HER Award – honoring R&B artists. With this victory, Blue Ivy became the youngest singer to ever win an award at the BET Awards.
It is known that “Brown Skin Girl” has a positive melody, showing the natural beauty of brown and black girls. Conveying the message of racial equality, Beyoncé received another Humanitarian Award.
Speaking on stage, the star born in 1981 dedicated the honor she received to all protesters calling for anti-racism.
“Your voices are being heard. You are proving to our ancestors that their struggles were not in vain. Now, we have one thing to do to prove our true power. That’s voting. I call on you to continue to act, to continue to change and dismantle a system of racism and inequality. We must vote like our lives depend on it, exist for it,” Beyoncé declared.
Blue Ivy Carter (born 2012) is the first daughter of power couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z. The girl was oriented by her parents to continue her career from a young age. In 2017, she sang a part of “Lift Every Voice and Sing” at the end of her mother’s movie “Homecoming”. Blue Ivy also appeared in the MV “Spirit” – soundtrack of the movie “The Lion King” in 2019.
Before winning the BET Award, Beyonce’s daughter became the youngest person to win the 51st NAACP Image Award.