Beyoncé currently holds the record for the most Grammy Awards with 32 awards
Beyoncé broke the record for most Grammys ever won, surpassing conductor Georg Solti with 32nd win. This officially makes Queen Bey the most decorated artist in the 64-year history of the show. Grammy Award.
The historic award is the 2023 Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Album, given to Beyoncé for her album Renaissance. The singer was against Bonobo Fragments, diplomatic by Diplo, Odesza’s Last goodbyeAnd Surrender by Rufus Du Sol.
Beyonce’s announcement of victory was met with prolonged cheers and a standing ovation from the audience.
“I’m trying not to get too emotional,” Beyoncé said in her acceptance speech. “I’m trying to just get tonight.”
The award is Beyoncé’s fourth Grammy of the night, after winning Best R&B Song for “Cuff it,”(Opens in a new window) Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Plastic off the sofa,”(Opens in a new window) and Best Dance/Electronic Record for “Break my soul.” Her nine nominations also make her the most-nominated artist at this year’s Grammys — even though she didn’t win Album of the Year, as some had hoped(Opens in a new window).
In addition to thanking God and her family, Beyoncé made a special mention of her late “uncle” Jonny, her mother’s grandson and a gay man who passed away from HIV. She previously noted him as the person who introduced her to the music and culture that inspired her Renaissance(Opens in a new window)and apparently included him in its song “Boil”(Opens in a new window) (“Uncle Jonny made my dress / That cheap spandex, it looks sloppy”).
She also thanked the “queer community for your love and for inventing the genre.”