Beyoncé ascended the throne, becoming the artist with the most Grammy awards of all time

Beyoncé finally appeared at the Grammy Awards to enjoy this historic moment.

Beyoncé took home her fifth award at today’s Grammy Awards evening. This new award is in the category of Best Dance/Electronic Album for the album RENAISSANCE. This is also the award that helps Beyoncé increase her total number of “golden trumpets” to 32, surpassing legendary conductor Georg Solti.

Thus, “Queen Bee” has officially become the artist with the most Grammy awards of all time, proving that she is still the “favorite” of the Academy. Talking about the new feat of singer Halo, host Trevor Noah did not hesitate to call her the greatest artist in history.

Beyoncé lên ngôi, trở thành nghệ sĩ giành nhiều giải thưởng Grammy nhất mọi thời đại - Ảnh 1.

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The first four awards of the ceremony that the female singer received were Best Song Written for Media (the song Be Alive from the movie King Richard), Best Dance/Electronic Recording (Break My Soul), Best Traditional R&B Performance for his performance of Plastic Off the Sofa and won Best R&B Song for the musical product Cuff It.

Before that, Beyoncé couldn’t be on the Grammy stage to receive the award because she was still stuck in… traffic. Luckily, the female singer arrived in time to enjoy this rare historical moment and was honored by the entire artistic community present at the Grammy Awards.

“I’m trying not to get too emotional. I want to thank the queer community for your love in inventing this genre of music,” Beyoncé said when receiving the award.

This is probably not Beyoncé’s last victory at today’s Grammy Awards. Currently, this 41-year-old female singer is still nominated in the three most prestigious categories: Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Album of the Year. According to previous predictions, it is likely that she will continue to “win” the award in the Album of the Year category with the excellent album RENAISSANCE.

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