BEYONCE and Jay-Z’s daughter Blue Ivy won her first Grammy at the tender age of 9 years old for her Brown Skin Girl music video.
The talented performer beat off stiff competition from the likes of Future, Drake, Harry Styles, Anderson .Paak and Woodkid to scoop the coveted prize.
Ahead of the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, Blue Ivy was awarded her first Grammy in the best music video category for Beyoncé’s Brown Skin Girl.
The 9-year-old won the accolade alongside her mom Beyoncé, 39, collaborator Wizkid, as well as the video’s director Jenn Nkiru.
Speaking about the video and song, Beyoncé told Good Morning America: “It was so important to me in Brown Skin Girl that we represented all different shades of brown.
“We wanted every character to be shot in a regal light… It was important that we are all in this together and we’re all celebrating each other.”
Fans were thrilled for the youngster and congratulated her over Twitter.
One gushed “Blue Ivy won her FIRST of many #GRAMMYs”
“#BlueIvy winning at the #GRAMMYs at the age of 9 is EXACTLY what my heart needed today!,” enthused another.
A third applauded: “THE BLUE IVY CARTER!!! OUR RISING SUPREME!! OUR PRINCESS OF AMERICA!!! HAS WON A GRAMMY!!”
Blue Ivy becomes the second youngest artist to ever win a Grammy Award following Leah Peasall, who won at the 2001 ceremony for her work on the album of the year-winning soundtrack to O Brother, Where Art Thou? at age 8.