8 year old Blue Ivy is officially an award winning artist. The daughter of Beyonce and Jay Z won the outstanding duo/group prize for her contribution to “Brown Skin Girl”. Blue, who sings a few lines in the song, which also features Beyonce, Wizkid and Saint Jhn, also received a writing credit for the hitmaker. Everywhere you hear women all across the world singing it, asking it be played in the car, ringtones….the family all together sing along….”Brown Skin girl, your love is just like pearls, the best ting in de world, Never trade you for anybody else”. It’s the forever anthem of all brown skin girls worldwide.
Not to mention that Beyonce won six awards during the night at the NAACP Awards, including outstanding female artist and outstanding soundtrack/compilation album for The Lion King: The Gift, on which “Brown Skin Girl” is featured.
Her grandma, Mrs. Tina Knowles showed big love and support for her grand daughter.
Prayers up for Uncle Tee. His nephew was found dead in his jail cell Tuesday night. According to TMZ, Gavin had a fight with another inmate over the weekend and as a result placed in solitary confinement. TMZ reports that Gavin was checked on around 6pm and appeared to be normal and fine. However, two hours later he was found dead, hung by bedsheets. Sources say family has been notified of lack of foul play in the death, but the Perry family is not falling for it.
TMZ reports that Gavin had landed himself in prison for shooting and killing his biological father back in 2016, in front of his mom, all erupting from an argument that ensued between Gavin and his dad. He pled no contest to manslaughter and was sentenced to 20 years.
Yaaaaasssss Queen!! Last year the teen actor became the youngest executive producer in Hollywood. Marsai won four awards at the NAACP dinner held in Hollywood, CA Friday night: Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion picture, Outstanding Breakthrough Performance, Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Performance by a Youth for ABC’s ‘Black-ish’.
“I feel honored. I feel accepted and I feel seen, Martin said. The shooting star founded a Los Angeles based production company at the age of 13, to creates compelling stories for television. Martin has been mentioned by Time Magazine in the “Most Influential Teens of 2018” segment.
Born in Plano, Texas, Marsai began acting before she could talk. At the age of five, she landed her first national commercial appearing in a The Choice Hotel ad. In 2013, she relocated to Los Angeles, and in a little more than 100 days, secured a major national commercial campaign with Meineke. She’s been getting her coin ever since, being cast as the co-star in a number one network comedy on ABC, “Black-ish”, playing the character Diane Johnson.
Marsai recently performed in the 35th Anniversary Celebration of the Tony Award winning Musical “Dreamgirls” with the original stars (Sheryl Lee Ralph, Loretta Devine and Jennifer Holliday), singing the hit song “Move”. So the teen hitmaker is extremely busy being a boss. When asked what she wants to do when she grows up, her answer simply is, “To be a legend”.