Three talented teenage girls were given an opportunity many aspiring artists dream of — and it's thanks to the Queen Bey.
Siblings Chloe (17) and Halle Bailey (15) and another teen Sophie Beem were all offered multiyear contracts for Beyoncé's management company, Parkwood Entertainment, as reported by the New York Daily News.
Based on their contract, the Bailey sisters could bring in up to $1 million in advances if they record six or more albums for Parkwood.
Chloe and Halle have already done their fair share of covers, including Beyoncé hits, garnering more than 500,000 YouTube subscribers.
Young and soulful, the sisters "have been singing, dancing and acting together since they were toddlers," said Douglas Bailey, their father, according to the NY Daily News.
Their popularity boomed with Beyoncé covers like "Pretty Hurts".
Sophie Beem gained a lot of attention for finishing in the top 40 on
"The X Factor" in 2012, at only 13. Prior to "The X Factor," the New York City teen once considered herself to be a "closet singer."
With her new adventure with Beyoncé's Parkwood Entertainment, the former closet singer will likely continue to share her talent with the world.
Beyoncé has championed female empowerment messages through her music. Now the world will have to wait to see what's next for these three rising young women.
Beyoncé has championed female empowerment messages through her music. Now the world will have to wait to see what’s next for these three rising young women.
(H/T: New York Daily News)