Beyonce made history at yesterday night's Grammy awards when she won a record 32nd award nod breaking a record previously held by the late composer George Solti, who had 31 career trophies.
Prior to this achievement, she was tied with Quincy Jones at 28 Grammys.
Though she got to the ceremony late, the superstar acknowledged her wins on Instagram writing, "To my hive, thank y'all so much for your love and loyalty'! We won 3 y'all."
The 65th annual event was held at the crypto.com arena in Los Angeles on February 5th.
It recognized the best recordings, compositions, and artist of the year where Beyonce made the biggest news when she won the best dance/electronic album for her historic dance opus, Renaissance.
The victory brings her total gramophone count from 28 to 30.
“I’m trying not to be too emotional, I want God to protect me, I'd like to thank my uncle Johnny, who is not here, but here in spirit," said the star.
She went on to acknowledge her parents, husband, children, and the " queer community".
On the other hand, Harry Styles' third solo LP, Harry’s House, won the 2023 Grammy Award for album of the year.
He also got nominated in six different categories where he got nods for record of the year (" as it was"), Best Pop Solo Performance ( As It Was), Best Pop Performance( As It Was), Best Pop Vocal Album ( Harry's House) and best Music video (as it was). Apart from that he also performed his number one hit 'As It Was' he and his backup dancers grooved along a moving walkway lining the perimeter.
Beyonce set a record for most wins by an artist in Grammy history along with Lizzo, Adelle, Bonnie Rait, Bad Bunny, Willie Nelson, Kendrick Lamar, Sam Smith, and Kim Petras.