How exciting would it be if Beyonce co-signed your talent as a musician?
For three teenage singers, that dream has just become reality, as Blue Ivy‘s superstar mama just signed them to deals totaling $1.5 million. We guess Queen Bey is ready for a successor!
According to Page Six:
The first contract covers LA-based sisters Chloe Bailey, 17, and Halle Bailey, 15. Beyoncé’s manager came across a YouTube video of the duo belting out “Pretty Hurts,” a song from Beyoncé’s last album. The video has over 10 million views.
The girls’ father is psyched that Beyonce is their mentor, as any dad would be, we’re sure.
Their father, Douglas, gushes in court papers, “We cannot think of a better person to help guide the girls,” adding his daughters “worship” Bey. Their $1 million contract provides for up to six albums over five years. It awards Beyoncé 15 percent of the sisters’ gross earnings.
As for the third young lady, 14-year-old Sophie Beem of New York:
Beyoncé also signed a third singer, 14-year-old Sophie Beem of New York, to her Parkwood Entertainment company.
Beem inked a $560,000 deal after she wowed Parkwood executives. Beem finished in the top 40 contestants on “The X Factor” in 2012.
You ready? Let’s go get ’em, Bey!
SOURCE: Page Six | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty
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