Beyonce made history at the 2023 Grammys by winning and setting the record for most Awards of all time. We have seen how some award function takes place and records are created and broken as well.
And if it’s related to some musical event or musical night then we can see how the legend has everything in its favour.
It is due to the career they’ve established and made for themselves as a result of hard work and talent. Talking about such a thing then Grammy 2023 was on this list.
Among all the things that were happening at the Grammy 2023, it was absolutely Beyonce who was making headlines. With 8 nominations at the 2023 Grammys, she’s got quite a lot of it. Overall the singer Beyonce had 88 nominations in history. By winning most of these, she set the record for achieving the highest number of victories of all time.
How Records May Winner Beyonce?
After the victory of the Grammy 2023, Beyonce took 32 awards. On February 5, 2023, she turned 31 in Best R&B Song.
She shared this with her composer Georg. After some moments she also got the next prize and made history.
Her Plastic Off The Sofa was the winner of the traditional R & B Performance while the other side Breaks My Soul got the Best Dance And Electronic Recording.
She got this title for the first time in 2022 by winning 28 awards. Continuing this title again, she entered the Grammy 2023 and broke her record. Achieving 88 nominations in the last 20 years is no easy feat.
Many people called the Academy biased and biased towards the singer, however, it isn’t so as Beyonce deserves all these items through the music that’s worth winning.
For the last 20 years, it has closed the Record of the Year in addition to the Album of the Year category every time it’s nominated in it. She was never nominated for Best New Artist but now it seems she is off the syllabus.
Looking back at history, her first overall win came with Single Ladies in 2010 in the Song Of The Year category.
Teen Vogue wrote: “Beyoncé has transcended the definition of the modern superstar, dominating the music industry with sheer innovation and unparalleled work ethic, but still deserves recognition on a larger scale.”