With only 7 years of age, Blue Ivy Carter is a composer of award-winning. The daughter of Jay-Z and Beyoncé won the Sunday the Ashford & Simpson Songwriter”s Award at the awards ceremony Soul Train by coescribir the success of your mom “Brown Skin Girl”a song that celebrates the women of dark skin.
Ivy Carter sings at the beginning and at the end of the song, in which also participate Wizkid and Saint Jhn.
The carters were not in the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas to receive recognition, which bears the name of the iconic duo of composers of Motown’s Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson. Ivy Carter shared the honor with Beyoncé, Jay-Z, St. Jhn and other coescritores.
This week, we could go even better: the Grammy nominations are announced Wednesday and “Brown Skin Girl” could merecerle to the little star his first nomination to the Grammys. Her famous mother has won 23 gramophones golden, while her father Jay-Z for a total of 22.
“Brown Skin Girl”, in which Beyoncé mentions personalities like Lupita’nyong or, Naomi Campbell and Kelly Rowland and sings “I love all of you, since your curls are curled up to each one of your curves” I was also nominated for best collaboration at the Soul Train awards.
Most of the winners did not attend the ceremony, and only three of the 12 trophies were handed out during the live broadcast: best female artist R&B/soul (H. E. R.), best new artist (Summer Walker) and best new artist gospel/international (Kirk Franklin).
“No Guidance” of Chris Brown and Drake, who has spent the last five months in the Top 10 of the list Hot 100 of Billboard, was the big winner, receiving the awards for song of the year, best performance dance and best collaboration. Lizzo won album/mixtape of the year “Cuz I Love You” and video of the year for “Juice”.
During the event, which was broadcast live by the string BET and had as hostesses and actresses Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell were awarded special prizes to the singer Yolanda Adams, an icon of the music gospel, and to the members of the Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, who have worked with Janet Jackson throughout his career and have created big hits for George Michael, Usher, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men.
With information from AP
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