Beyoncé Sets Record For Most Grammys Won By A Singer, Male Or Female
Queen Bey has done it again, raising the bar, shattering world records, blowing our minds with just how much she can achieve. This time, she has broken the record for being the most awarded singer in Grammy history, among both male and female singers.
The record was set at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony yesterday when Beyoncé won her 28th Grammy award for Best R & B Performance with ‘Black Parade’. The latest win puts her ahead of bluegrass artist Alison Krauss, who previously held the record with 27 Grammys.
Even prior to the award show, Queen Bey was already leading with nine nominations, beating out all other artists for the night.
Not only that, she showed us the true definition of girl power when she and rapper Megan Thee Stallion made history as the first female duo to ever win Best Rap Performance with their single ‘Savage (Remix)’. The pair also went on to win Best Rap Song for the same track.
Beyoncé currently holds the record for most Grammy nominations by a female artist with 79 while her husband, Jay-Z is tied with Quincy Jones for having the most Grammy nominations in history with 80 nominations each – Talk about a power couple!