After 40 years, Beyoncé becomes the highest Grammy winner by a single artist

Beyoncé has created a new history with Grammy Awards. She hit a new milestone in her career. 

Beyonce has now become the most Grammy award-winning artist knocking off the record of 1998. 

Beyonce wins 32 grammy awards

The singer won her 32nd Grammy Award early Sunday night. However, she is predicted to be in the race and can win more awards, including for some of the biggest categories such as Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year. 

During the historic moment, the whole crowd rose to celebrate Bey’s win. After receiving the award, she thanked her late Uncle Johnny, her husband, and three children. Her victory speech also included her acknowledgment of the LGBTQ artists who inspired and contributed to her album, Renaissance, “I’d like to thank the queer community for your love and for inventing the genre.”

Four of her songs from the album Renaissance was nominated for Grammys in 2023. So far, Beyoncé has been nominated 88 times for different categories in Grammy. She already holds the title of the highest Grammy-winning female performer. This Sunday, she broke the 40-year-old record of the highest Grammy winner by a single artist.