Music megastar Beyoncé added a few more major milestones to her career portfolio Sunday night, becoming the all-time winningest artist in the history of the Grammy Awards.
Queen Bey won her 32nd Grammy when she became the first Black woman to win the Best Dance/Electronic Album during the live broadcast at the Crypto.com Arena in downtown Los Angeles.
Before the broadcast even started, Beyoncé moved out of the second place tie she shared with mega-producer Quincy Jones (as both had 28) as she picked up her 29th and 30th wins in Best Dance/Electronic Recording and Best Traditional R&B Performance for two songs from Renaissance.
Those pre-broadcast wins had put her just a win away from tying opera conductor Georg Solti. When she won for best R&B song earlier in the night for “Cuff It,” she put herself in a tie for the all-time most Grammy wins with 31. Now she is alone at the top.
Perhaps becoming the all-time winner will take some of the sting out of losing in the Best Album category again, this time to Harry Styles.