During the 63rd Grammy Awards ceremony on Sunday March 14, many artists were expecting to take home an award to portray their hard work under the year in review. One of them was Beyoncé who was nominated nine times- – the most of any artist for the evening.
It was an extraordinary night for the singer, as she broke the record for the most Grammys won by a woman than any artist, male or female, with 28 – additionally binding the record with music producer Quincy Jones as the living person with the most Grammys.
Queen Bey as she is affectionately called, outperformed twang country vocalist Alison Krauss who recently held the record with 27.
The series of wins began before the broadcast ceremony when Beyoncé and her 9-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter won the honor for best music video award for the single, “Brown Skin Girl.”
Beyoncé and comrade Houston Native Megan Thee Stallion also left a mark on the world as the first pair of women to win Best Rap Performance with the remix of Megan Thee Stallion’s “Savage.” The pair at that point proceeded to win the Best Rap Song for that same tune.
Beyoncé has been working for what seems like forever, since 9 years of age, and is very upbeat, and can’t really believe that this happened to her at the 63 Grammy Awards.
The Grammy broadcast included a concise salute to Beyoncé’s earth shattering visual collection, “Black Is King.”