Beyoncé created history: she became officially queen of the Grammys, by breaking record for all-time wins
She won for traditional R&B performance for "Plastic Off the Sofa," dance-electronic music recording for "Break My Soul," and R&B song for "Cuff It."
Beyoncé now is truly the queen – of the Grammys
She beat legendary Hungarian conductor Georg Solti by winning this award
With 88 nominations overall, Beyoncé tied Jay-Z, a rapper and producer, for the most Grammy nominations ever.
She became the most-winning female singer in Grammy history in 2021. And now she is all time best
Her album "Renaissance" received nine 2023 Grammy nominations.
In 2023 itself, Beyoncé has 31 Grammy wins to her name and, with a total of nine nominations
In 2001 she won grammy for: Best R&B Song ("Say My Name"), Best R&B Performance By A Duo or Group With Vocal ("Say My Name")
And now in 2023 she 32 grammy and beat Georg Solti's record 31
The record held by Beyoncé might be overtaken maybe by herself