Beyoncé Sets Record For Most Grammy Awards
She was nominated in 10 categories and won four Grammys.
By Andy Kahn Feb 6, 2023 • 7:28 am PST
Beyoncé won four Grammy Awards last night at the 65th Grammy Awards ceremony held in Los Angeles at Crypto.com Arena. The new Grammy Award wins brought Beyoncé’s career total to 32, which set the record for most of any single artist.
Beyoncé was nominated in 10 categories, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Dance/Electronic Recording, Best Dance/Electronic Music Album, Best R&B Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song, Best Song Written for Visual Media and Best Remixed Recording. She won the Grammy Awards for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for her album Renaissance, as well as Best Dance/Electronic Recording for the album’s “Break My Soul,” while fellow album tracks “Cuff It” won Best R&B Song and “Plastic Off The Sofa” won Best Traditional R&B Performance
Beyoncé’s acceptance speech featured offerings of thanks to her family, including her late Uncle Johnny and her husband, rapper Jay-Z. Speaking to the Dance/Electronic Music genre and the inspiration behind much of the aesthetics that permeate throughout Renaissance, Beyoncé added, “I’d like to thank the queer community for your love, and for inventing the genre.”
Watch the acceptance speech below:
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