He has accumulated 32 awards, surpassing the Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti, who won 31 awards.
The American singer Beyonce broke the record for the largest number of Grammy awards received in the history of the awards, awarded annually by the US Recording Academy, after obtaining four recognitions for her album ‘Renaissance’ during the 65th edition, which was held on Sunday at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, collects Variety.
In this way, the interpreter of ‘Single Ladies’ accumulates 32 Grammy awards in her career, surpassing the late Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti, who received a total of 31 awards, as well as the American producer Quincy Jones, who has 28 awards.
Beyonce was nominated for nine Grammy Awards this time, including Best Song (‘Break My Soul’), Recording (‘Break My Soul’) and Album of the Year (‘Renaissance’). The star, who debuted with Destiny’s Child in the 1990s, took home wins in the categories of Best Dance or Electronic Recording, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Best Dance or Electronic Album.
However, due to a traffic jam on the outskirts of the venue where the award ceremony was taking place, Beyonce was unable to take the stage to receive her first award. “I’m trying not to be too emotional and I’m trying to assimilate tonight,” the singer declared after the main broadcast of the event concluded. She also thanked her family and “the ‘queer’ community for her love and for inventing this genre. [musical]”.