Hear ye, hear ye! Beyoncé has taken her rightful throne in music history.
Queen Bey is now the most-winning female artist, and the most winning singer, male or female, in the 63-year history of the Grammy Awards, earning 28 trophies including Sunday’s wins for best music video for “Brown Skin Girl and best rap performance for her“Savage” collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion. She walked into the show with nine nominations, more than anyone else this year.
Beyoncé’s Grammy-grabbing music career has spanned more than 20 years. Her new title puts her in the ranks of artists like classical music conductor Sir Georg Solti, who has won 31 Grammy trophies; iconic producer Quincy Jones, who has 28 trophies; and bluegrass singer Alison Krauss, who holds 27 awards.
She made history! Beyoncé accepts the Best R&B Performance award for "Black Parade" onstage during the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards. (Photo: Kevin Winter, Getty Images for The Recording Academy)
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While Beyoncé doesn’t even need two names to be recognized, she has many names and identities taking her to Grammy glory. As a young superstar with girl group Destiny’s Child, she scored awards for “Say My Name” and “Survivor.” She has been the electric Sasha Fierce, her alter ego, singing song of the year “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” She portrayed the legendary Etta James in the film “Cadillac Records,” landing her best traditional R&B performance for “At Last.”
She is the activist and historian telling the stories of Black people through her award-winning “Formation” music video and visual album “Lemonade.” She is one half of the Louvre-dwelling Mr. and Mrs. Carter, who put their love story on display with the album “Everything is Love,” and the director/producer/star of “Homecoming.” The amalgamation of all these things make her today’s iconic Grammy legend.
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