Although the lovers and fans might not have realized that the 2021 MTV VMAs came out. Being quite a night for Beyoncé And Jay-Z’s eldest child Blue Ivy Carter.
Blue Ivy Carter and Beyonce Attend The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards
During the Video Music Awards in the telecast, which was on Sunday, September 12. As soon as possible, MTV got so many awards, and it was toward the end of the night that it was all given on stage. One of those awards was for the Best Cinematography prize for “Brown Skin Girl,” which Beyoncé owns, Saint John, and Wizkid, featuring Carter.
This is not the very first time that tune has been honored with a prestigious or sophisticated award. As it also won the Grammy Award some days back this year for the Best Music Video. The song was involved on the 2019 soundtrack album “The Lion King: The Gift.” and it’s a music video that appears in Beyoncé’s 2020 Netflix film “Black Is King.”
The prize made Carter the youngest-ever VMAs champion. Her voice is extremely amazing, which can be heard during the song’s beginning and end parts. And Blue Ivy Carter appears in the video with her mom.
The Youngest-Ever VMA Winner
Also nominated to be in the category at the 2021 VMAs were Lorde’s “Solar Power” Justin Bieber’s “Holy” and Billie Eilish’s “Therefore I Am” Foo Fighters “Shame Shame” Lady Gaga’s “911” Lorde’s “Solar Power.”
Twiggy Pucci Garon, a choreographer on the FX series “Pose,” tweeted, “Come on for Brown Skin Girl winning, and Bey makes sure to throw Blue Ivy in them credits bay.”
With her Grammy, who has won in March. Carter came to be one of the youngest nominees ever to win the heralded music prize. She was one year older than Leah Peasall; they set a record or history. As the youngest winner in her group, the Peasall Sisters occurred with the Album of the Year soundtrack in 2001.