Blue Ivy Carter, the daughter of music mogul Jay-Z and superstar Beyoncé, is now the youngest person in history to win a Video Music Awards.
The nine-year-old singer won the award at Sunday's VMA's when "Brown Skin Girl" won the award for best cinematography. Blue is featured on the song alongside her mother, Wizkid and Saint JHN. She is also credited as one of the songwriters. The record was certified gold last year.
Blue has also won a Grammy award for the record when it took home the trophy for the best music video category at this year's ceremony.
The young superstar recorded her first song at just two days old when she was featured on her father's 2012 track, "Glory," where fans can hear Blue cooing toward the end. She also appeared on HOV's 2018 album, "4:44," on "Blue's Freestyle."
Congratulations, Blue Ivy Carter!
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