Queen Bey slays again! Beyoncé has solidified her reign as the Queen of Music after slaying the GRAMMY Awards. With a whopping 32 GRAMMY wins out of 88 nominations throughout her career, she now holds the record for the most GRAMMY victories in history.
The moment everyone was waiting for finally arrived when Beyoncé broke George Solti's record by winning the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album category.
Beyoncé's historic achievement was celebrated at her table - with Adele and Jay-Z among those toasting the singer
Prior to the awards show, she and her husband, JAY-Z, were tied as the most-nominated artists in Grammy history. But with four wins in one night, including the Best R&B Song award for "Cuff It," Beyoncé proved why she's the one to beat.
And the surprises didn't stop there. At the pre-show ceremony, Beyoncé was presented with two more GRAMMYs for "Plastic Off the Sofa" (Best Traditional R&B Performance) and "Break My Soul" (Best Dance/Electronic Recording).
In a touching moment, Beyoncé dedicated her wins to the LGBTQ community and her album, RENAISSANCE, which was created as a tribute to Black and queer dance music.
"I want to express my gratitude to the queer community for creating the genre," she said.
The talented artist had the support of musical geniuses like Bonobo, Diplo, Odesza, and Rüfüs du Sol, who created the instrumentals that helped Beyoncé become the first Black woman to win in the dance album category and break a GRAMMY record.
With her undeniable talent and a future filled with more awards and accolades, Beyoncé continues to be the artist of the generation and a true icon in the music world.
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