Blue Ivy Carter receives first Grammy nomination

Blue Ivy Carter has received her first ever Grammy nomination for her contribution to mum Beyonce‘s’ Brown Skin Girl’ music video.

The 8-year-old’ s specified wasn’t on the list of campaigners when it was released in November, but was added to the Recording Academy’s website yesterday( December 11 ). She now appears alongside Beyonce and WizKiD as a Best Music Video Grammy Award candidate for’ Brown Skin Girl ‘. However, collaborator SAINt JHN does not appear on the list.

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The video is up against Harry Styles‘ excerpt for ‘Adore You ‘, Anderson. Paak‘s ‘Lockdown ‘ video, Woodkid’s’ Goliath’ and Future‘s ‘Life Is Good ‘ clip, boasting Drake. The champions of the 63 rd Grammy Awards will be announced next month on January 31.

It’s not the first time Blue Ivy Carter has been recognised for her role in the song and its video. She, along with Beyonce, Saint JHN and WizKid, won the Soul Train Award for video of its first year last-place month, and also took out the Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration award at the NCAAP Image Awards in February.

She likewise secured her first Billboard 100 touched at the age of seven, when’ Brown Skin Girl’ debuted at Number 76 on the charts.

The song and accompanying video appeared on Beyonce’s visual book’ Black Is King ‘, which was based on Disney’s The Lion King.

As for Beyonce, she’s become the most Grammy-nominated female artist in the history of the gives. She’s in the running for nine allotments at the forthcoming event, including record of its first year for’ Black Parade’ and’ Savage ‘, with Megan Thee Stallion.

She now braces 79 nominations in total and has won 24 periods, preparing her even with Paul McCartney as the second most-nominated artist of all time. Merely Quincy Jones and partner Jay-Z are ahead, supporting 80 nominations each.

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