Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter, eight, narrates audiobook for empowering story Hair Love
At just eight-years-old Beyonce’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter already has quite the list of accomplishments, having appeared on mom’s songs and even winning a BET Award.
And now the pint-sized star has narrated the audio book version of Hair Love, a sweet story about a father learning to style his daughter’s hair.
Creator Matthew Cherry shared the news on his Instagram Monday, posting a quick sample of the audio and writing: ‘Our Hair Love audiobook is live. Narrated by Blue Ivy Carter. Link in bio and available everywhere audiobooks are sold.’
Spoken word: Blue Ivy is narrating the audiobook of the story Hair Love. She’s seen on March 8th 2020 above
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Hair Love was released as a short film in 2019, winning an Oscar at the 2020 Academy Awards.
The story was published as a children’s book with illustrations by Vashti Harrison in May.
The short caught the attention of HBO Max which is currently developing an animated TV show based on the characters of Hair Love, called Young Love.
Critically acclaimed: Hair Love was released as a short film in 2019, winning an Oscar at the 2020 Academy Awards
Blue Ivy’s audiobook performance could make her a Grammy contender.
The spoken word categories are often dominated by big-name projects, making the combination of Academy Award honors and star-power a recipe for success.
That wouldn’t be Blue’s first trophy, however.
You go girl! Beyonce and Jay-Z’s eldest – who is big sister to three-year-old twins Rumi and Sir – became the youngest recipient of a BET Award when she and mom won in 2020 for the track Brown Skin Girl, a collaboration with Beyonce, WizKid and Saint Jhn
Beyonce and Jay-Z’s eldest – who is big sister to three-year-old twins Rumi and Sir – became the youngest recipient of a BET Award when she and mom won in 2020 for the track Brown Skin Girl, a collaboration with Beyonce, WizKid and Saint Jhn.
She was also honored with an NAACP Image Award for the song.
Carter also appeared on mom’s visual album Black Is King, which debuted on Disney Plus in July and will be eligible for awards in the coming season.
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