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Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s eldest child, recently received her first two gold plaques from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Blue Ivy is a 10-year-old with an increasing amount of awards and accomplishments attached to her name. 

The child’s feature on Beyoncé’s song “Blue” from the entertainer’s 2013 self-titled album earned Blue Ivy one of the certifications. 

The other plaque was secured through the success of the song “Brown Skin Girl” off Beyoncé’s 2019 project, The Lion King: The Gift. Those who’ve heard the empowering anthem know Blue Ivy’s vocals sing the track’s chorus during the beginning and end of the song.

“Both [“Blue” and “Brown Skin Girl”] crossed the 500,000 units mark, putting them in position for gold certifications,” Hip Hop DX reports.

The certifications make Blue Ivy the third Carter in Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s household to receive their props from the RIAA.

Thanks to the Renaissance’s success in the past few weeks, Beyoncé’s seventh solo studio album earned the talent a shocking 70 RIAA certifications in one day, according to VIBE.

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Blue Ivy’s Industry Success

Blue Ivy’s musical track record is already gearing up to be as successful as those of her famous parents. 

The ten-year-old became the second youngest Grammy winner last year with a win in the Best Music Video category. The accolade was attached to “Brown Skin Girl,” additionally featuring SAINt JHN, Wizkid, and her mother Beyoncé as musical collaborators. 

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The youngster similarly became the MTV Video Music Awards’ youngest winner ever last year — also thanks to her involvement in “Brown Skin Girl.”

The track’s music video — which features a slew of celebrity cameos — won its VMA in the Best Cinematography category.

Congrats to Blue Ivy!

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