Beyoncé is formally the most-awarded Grammy artist of all time due to her win for Greatest Dance/Digital Music Album for her 2022 album, Renaissance.
Queen Bey reminded everybody why she’s music royalty when she broke the document for many Grammys Sunday evening (Feb. 5). As of publishing, Beyonce has received 32 Grammys over her whole profession.
She surpassed late classical conductor Georg Solti, who has 31 Grammys. Solti’s final win was in 1997.
Beforehand, Bey was tied with music legend Quincy Jones with 28 awards.
Now, she’s not solely probably the most awarded artist ever however can be the primary Black lady to win the Greatest Dance/Digital Music Album award, and the third Black individual to ever win within the class.
Plus, with a whopping 79 Grammy nominations to her identify, Beyoncé is already the most-nominated feminine artist of all time.
Fortunately, regardless of being late to the massive evening, Beyoncé was on the present in individual to simply accept the award. (Earlier within the night, she was notably lacking when her music “CUFF IT” nabbed the award for Greatest R&B Track.)
“I’m attempting to not be too emotional, and I’m attempting to simply obtain this evening,” Queen Bey mentioned when she accepted the award from presenter James Corden.
“I wanna thank God for shielding me. I would wish to thank my Uncle Johnny, who isn’t right here. However he is right here in spirit. I would wish to thank my dad and mom, my father, my mom, for loving me and pushing me. I would wish to thank my stunning husband, my stunning three youngsters, who’re at house watching,” she continued.
Bey additionally thanked “the queer neighborhood in your love and for inventing the style.”
As of publishing, Beyoncé additionally received the Grammy awards for Greatest Dance/Digital Recording for “Break My Soul” and Greatest Conventional R&B Efficiency for “Plastic Off the Couch.”
On social media, many followers celebrated the singer’s historic evening, calling her “the best artist lifeless or alive.”
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