Many records were shattered at the 63rd annual Grammy Award event. However, there was one that caught the attention of the global audience.

Jay Z and Beyoncé’s first daughter, Blue Ivy,became the second-youngest person to win the Grammy award.🏆🥇

At just nine years of age, Blue Ivy was recognized for her role in her mother's video "Brown Skin Girl." The song won the best music video of the year. Blue Ivy and Nigeria's superstar Wizkid received their first-ever Grammy award.

No artist garnered more attention than Beyoncé, who became the most recognized female artist in the award's history with 28 awards. Still, it’s her daughter who is heavily tipped as the face of the future.

When presented with her award for best RnB, Beyoncé expressed her delight in breaking the record for the most Grammys won by a female artist. 🏆👏🏽

In her words, "I've been working my whole life for this, since nine years old, and I can't believe this happened."

Beyoncé also took time to express her joy at her daughter's recognition. On a day Beyoncé dominated the show, it's her daughter who will likely emerge as the face of the future.