Video of Little Boy Singing Beyonce's ‘Brown Skin Girl’ to His Baby Sister Goes Viral

This video of a young boy singing "Brown Skin Girl" to his baby sister as a love song will warm your heart. It's become part of a greater influence the song has in the upliftment of women of color. 

An adorable video of a six-year-old boy singing Beyonce’s “Brown Skin Girl” to his baby sister is giving internet fans a reason to smile. 

Over the weekend, the “Lion King” track which also features Beyonce’s daughter, Blue Ivy Carter on vocals became a brother’s love song to his younger sibling. 

Beyonce is escorted by her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter at the world premiere of "The Lion King" at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on July 9, 2019. | Source: Getty Images

Beyonce is escorted by her daughter, Blue Ivy Carter at the world premiere of "The Lion King" at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on July 9, 2019. | Source: Getty Images

In a sweet clip shared by mother Jessikah Marie, her 4-month-old daughter delights in her brother Zay’s voice singing “Brown Skin Girl” while rubbing her cheeks. 

He chants the lyrics, “Skin just like pearls, never trade you for anybody else, singin’ brown skin girl” repeatedly while his sister who lies on her stomach smiles adorably. 

The song, which is an ode to women of color is a collaboration between Beyonce, her daughter Blue who contributed both in vocals and with the lyrics, and rappers, SAINT JHN and Wizkid.

AN INTERNET HIT

The clip captioned, “BEST VIDEO TODAY - Big brother Zay singing brown skin girl @beyonce to little miss P they love each other so much,” went viral with fans praising the young boy for his sweetness towards his sister.

“And you just know that in the future when that young man brings home that special someone to meet his parents, his mother is going to show this video along with his baby photos,” someone tweeted. "The best thing on the internet," another wrote.

Beyonce’s mother, Tina Knowles-Lawson also reposted the video, clearly happy that her daughter and granddaughter’s collaboration had this effect on two young siblings. 

With the impact of the song’s message, a #BrownSkinGirl challenge has taken over the internet with brown girls posting selfies to show their pride. 

MORE ABOUT THE SONG

The song, which is an ode to women of color is a collaboration between Beyonce, her daughter Blue who contributed both in vocals and with the lyrics, and rappers, SAINT JHN and Wizkid.

It has made its way to the Billboard Top 100 making Blue Ivy the youngest person to be included in the popular chart. 

It speaks of loving the skin you’re in and even gives a shout-out to prominent Black women including Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyong’o, and Kelly Rowland through its lyrics. 

MAKING WAVES THROUGH ITS MESSAGE

With the impact of the song’s message, a #BrownSkinGirl challenge has taken over the internet with brown girls posting selfies to show their pride. 

Even Oprah Winfrey delighted in the influence of the song sharing a lovely clip of a mother singing the song with her daughter on her magazine’s Instagram. 

The day definitely became so much brighter with these videos that not only warm the heart but send a strong message of acceptance and pride. 

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