Grammy Award-winning artists SZA and Victoria Monet in cute Instagram posts have thanked veteran artist Beyonce for helping elevate their careers.
This is after the mother of 3 sent a bouquet of white roses to SZA congratulating her for bagging the coveted musical awards and took time off to talk to Victoria on "the biggest day of her career," as well as pose for pictures with her.
On her Instagram stories, SZA who carried home the award for best R&B song for her hit song "Snooze" (her first solo Grammy and 2nd win if I might add) during the just concluded annual Grammy Awards posted a beautiful bouquet of white roses accompanied by a thoughtful card from Beyoncé.
The handwritten card accompanying the roses conveyed Beyoncé's admiration for SZA's overall growth and success.
"I'm so happy for you beautiful watching you grow and winning is an honour sending you huge congrats talented Queen all my love and respect B," read the card's message.
Captioning the post the 34-year-old artist wrote,"Thank you for seeing me before anyone else saw me.
Thank you for making me feel valuable when I was the tiniest in the room. Thank you for shining your light on me and pouring into me the goddess-level kindness. May God continue to protect and bless you, Queen Beyoncé."
Victoria Monet who is a first time Grammy award winner also took to Instagram to express her joy after soaking in the reality of her win. Monet also took time to express her gratitude for the role Beyoncé has played in helping her career grow.
Sharing a photo that she took with the music icon, first time mom Victoria Monet revealed how shy and nervous she was approaching the 'Break My Soul' crooner as she isn't one to muster the courage to introduce herself.
However, after finally gathering up the courage to and actually getting to have a talk with Queen Bey Victoria notes it was a surreal moment.
"Dear Beyoncé, my queen, my idol, my inspiration!
As soon as we spoke I felt a calm over me. It felt like home... and I knowwww that sounds crazy, but I felt it and that had to be God and some guardian angels too!
God knows how much I love you, how you’ve musically raised me and trained me to be a better performer by watching and experiencing you.
You're my Diana, my Tina, My Aretha! My Bey!!!." Part of her lengthy appreciation post read.
Finishing up the Grammy-winning artist went on to praise Beyoncé's ability "to balance motherhood and world domination" highlighting watching her idol has helped her navigate postpartum struggles with a little bit more ease.