Beyonce is always killing it, whether it is her fashionista ways or just the artistry in her music. Well this time, Queen Bey is about to slay the music industry with her newly signed Destiny’s Child proteges. Three teenage girls have just gotten their dream to come true.
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.
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.
Check out sisters Chloe and Halle Bailey singing Bey’s own “Pretty Hurts.”