With her wins, tonight in categories such as dance/electronic music recording, traditional R&B performance, best R&B song, and dance/electronic music album, Beyoncé has surpassed the record previously held by the late classical conductor Georg Solti, who won 31 Grammys.
Before the 65th Grammy Awards, Beyoncé had already won 28 Grammys, tying with the legendary producer and musician Quincy Jones. With nine nominations at this year’s ceremony, she is the most nominated artist, and she shares the record for the highest number of lifetime Grammy nominations, with 88, alongside her husband, Jay-Z.
In the list of the all-time Grammy winners, Beyoncé now surpasses Georg Solti, Quincy Jones, Alison Krauss, Chick Corea (who each have 27 wins), and Pierre Boulez (with 26 wins).
Beyoncé’s recent success can be attributed to her album “Renaissance,” released in 2022. The album showcases her versatility as it blends elements of ’90s dance music, ’70s disco, modern electronic music, and classic R&B, creating a celebratory tribute to Black queer club culture.
“Renaissance” has received nominations for Album of the Year, and its lead single “Break My Soul” is nominated for Song and Record of the Year. Beyoncé recently revealed the schedule for her “Renaissance” stadium tour, set to take place at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood on September 2-3.
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