Beyonce makes history as the artist with the most Grammy Awards
Beyonce was placed as the top winner of the Grammy Awards with a total of 32 gramophones
Beyoncé became the most Grammy Award -winning artist , receiving the award number 32 in her career.
During the ceremony of the 65th edition of the awards for the best of music that takes place at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, in California, United States, Beyoncé won with Renaissance in the category Best Dance Album / Electronics.
“I want to thank God, thank God, also my uncle Johnny who is not here, but he is in spirit. Also thank my parents, my father, my mother, my beautiful husband, my three children who are at home watching me, and the queer community for their love and embracing this genre,” said the “Single Ladies” interpreter during her speech. upon receiving your award.
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During the pre-broadcast ceremony, Beyoncé won the Grammy for Best Electronic Dance Music Recording , for “Break My Soul,” making it the first time she had won this category.
She then won the Best R&B Song category for “Cuff It” shortly after the ceremony began, but had nine Grammy Award nominations, she was late because she was stuck in traffic, according to Variety and Cosmopolitan.
At 41 years old, the composer, producer, dancer and also designer was crowned the absolute winner of the gramophone through history, above figures such as Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney.
She also became the artist with the most nominations, 88.