Congratulations to Blue Ivy Carter, who is on the verge of becoming her own star. Earlier this year, we celebrated Blue’s win Her first Grammy Award. Now, she has added another award to her growing collection. On Sunday, show officials announced Blue Ivy had won Best Voiceover at the 2021 Voice Arts Awards.
She was chosen as the winner for retelling the audiobook version of the popular children’s story ‘Hair Love’. Author Matthew A. Cherry took time out on Instagram shortly after the win and congratulated Blue Ivy.
“Congratulations to Blue Ivy Carter for best audiobook narration – Children (Infant to 12) at the @societyvoicearts awards last night for #HairLove,” Matthew wrote on Monday.
In addition to author and Blue, audiobook producer Erick Black also participated in the win! For those unfamiliar with the book, the book explores and celebrates the relationship between African-American fathers and their daughters. Television videos of black fathers crowning their daughters were the inspiration for Matthew’s book.
Blue Ivy’s congratulations don’t stop there. Her maternal grandmother is Tina Lawson as well showed it to her grandkids some love.
“Congratulations my Blue, you killed it,” Tina wrote. “That’s just the beginning! You are so talented! Grandma couldn’t help but be proud!!! ”
Star On The Rise
As mentioned earlier, Blue Ivy has a growing collection of awards, including the prestigious Grammy Award. The nine-year-old won alongside her iconic mother Beyoncé. The duo won the award for Best Music Video for their project ‘Brown Skin Girl’. The song became a viral craze among black girls and women everywhere upon its release in the summer of 2020. At the time, the win made Blue Ivy the recipient of the award. second youngest.
This year Blue Ivy won not only a Grammy Award and a Voice Art Award, but also a Music Video Award. The young star along with Beyoncé won the Best Cinematography category at the 2021 MTV VMAs for ‘Brown Girl’. This time Blue Ivy has claimed the title of youngest VMA winner in its history.