Beyoncé Makes Grammys History With 4 New Wins


| LAST UPDATE 02/06/2023

By Alyssa Williams
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Last night, Queen Bey made history as she became the most awarded artist in Grammys' history. Fans around the globe watched eagerly as Beyoncé added a staggering four new accolades at the star-studded event in Los Angeles, cementing her place in music royalty. Here are the deets...

By the end of the night, the Lemonade singer had an outstanding total of 32 awards acquired throughout her career. She now stands as holder of the highest-ever Grammy tally – beating out late classical conductor Georg Solti's all-time record! Beyoncé's star-status is undeniable and her influence shows no signs of fading any time soon! After battling rush hour traffic, the singer's late arrival proved to be worth the wait; she came out on top with her hit single Cuff It -- winning Best Song in its category. After having announced her big win during her absence, host Trevor Noah later presented the singer with her trophy at her seat in the audience. But the night was only beginning for this star...

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In an emotional moment, Beyonce later secured her place in music history by taking home the award for Best Dance/Electronic Album for her single, Renaissance. In her tearful acceptance speech the music icon, said, "I am trying not to be too emotional. I am trying just to receive this night," also adding, "I want to thank God for protecting me. Thank you, God." Additionally, she humbly acknowledged her family's unwavering support, before giving a huge shout-out of gratitude to the queer community. She recognized them for their loving embrace and thanked them for pioneering this entirely new genre of music that brought her so much success. With this win, Beyonce tied iconic singer Alison Krauss for most overall Grammys won by any female artist in history!

However, despite her impressive career spanning nearly two decades, not one of Beyonce's four nominations has ever taken the best album trophy. On Sunday night, Harry Styles became the unexpected winner of Album of the Year, surprisingly earning it over giants like Beyoncé and Adele. However, he acknowledged the talent he had been up against in his acceptance speech, saying, "I've been so, so inspired by every artist in this category with me. I think on nights like tonight it’s so important to remember there is no such thing as best in music … this doesn’t happen to people like me very often." We couldn't agree more! Check out the full list of winners here.

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