Beyonce's 7-year-old daughter Blue Ivy sings alongside mother on new album 'The Lion King: The Gift'
Ivy has writing and singing credits on the track 'Brown Skin Girl' and has also appeared in the music video for 'Spirited' from Beyonce's curated album 'The Lion King: The Gift'
Like mother, like daughter!
Beyonce's daughter Blue Ivy Carter has broken the internet after the 7-year-old sang on Beyonce's curated album 'The Lion King: The Gift'.
Ivy has writing and singing credits for the track titled 'Brown Skin Girl' which she begins and concludes. The track also features her mother and big names such as SAINt JHN and Wizkid.
Her talent has convinced Twitter that Bey has been dethroned.
The lyrics of the song go: "Brown skin girl with the white pearls 'round her neck/Brown skin girl, let me hold you close under the white moon".
The song is a homage to brown skin women such as Oscar-winning actress Lupita Nyong'o and supermodel Naomi Campbell.
It also pays homage to Beyonce's former bandmate Kelly Rowland from Destiny's Child as the superstar sings, "Pose like a trophy when Naomis walk in/She need an Oscar for that pretty dark skin/Pretty like Lupita when the cameras close in/Drip broke the levee when my Kellys roll in".
Clearly, little Ivy has inherited those pretty vocals from her uber-talented family. Twitter definitley thought so.
"Blue Ivy didn’t have to snap this hard. Beyoncé who?" one user said, while another added, "Blue ivy overshadowing Beyoncé on brown skin girl with only 6 seconds vocals".
The mother-daughter duo also worked on another song from the album titled 'Spirited' where Ivy appears in the music video.
The absolutely awe-inspiring music video shows Bey ripping those vocals as Ivy sits by her side, totally feeling the rhythm. "The only person who can dethrone Beyoncé is miss Blue Ivy Carter. And thats a fact," a fan exclaimed.
"Love how Beyonce used her Relationship with Blue Ivy to represent the relationship between Mufasa & Simba with the Visuals for #Spirit," another fan said.
Beyoncé provides the voice of Nala in the remake of 'The Lion King' and has executive-produced an album featuring music inspired by the film.
Recently, in an interview with Good Morning America, she said, "This soundtrack is a love letter to Africa and I wanted to make sure we found the best talent from Africa, and not just use some of the sounds and did my interpretation of it," Beyonce said, adding, "We've kind of created our own genre and I feel like the soundtrack is the first soundtrack where it becomes visual in your in your mind. The soundscape is more than just the music because each song tells the story of the film."