Queen Bey is breaking records once again as she is now officially the artiste with the greatest number of Grammy awards.
During the historic evening in Los Angeles, California, the ‘Renaissance’ hit maker scooped three new awards for best dance/electronic album, best traditional R&B performance and best electronic dance recording.
Her new trophies have been added to her other 29 Grammys bringing the grand total to 32 Grammy wins.
The 41-year-old won the awards thanks to her latest album, ‘Renaissance’, the TikTok viral song ‘Cuff It’ and ‘Break My Soul’ which was a world wide favorite especially among the LGBTQ community.
Bey was unable to accept her first awards which Grammy host Trevor Noah announced because she was stuck in traffic. However, she was present to receive her historic win which she attributed to her parents, her husband Jay-Z, her three children, her late uncle Johnny and the queer community.
“I’m trying not to be too emotional, and I’m trying to just receive this night, I wanna thank God for protecting me,” she said. “I’d like to thank the queer community for your love and for inventing the genre,” she added.
Bey has received a whooping 88 nominations for the Grammys, and was the most awarded female artiste before Sunday. She received her first Grammy win in 2001 for best R&B performance by a duo or group with vocal. At the time she was part of the song group, Destiny’s Child.