Beyoncé receives the award for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album at the 65th Grammy Awards held on Sunday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, which marks her 32nd lifetime Grammy win.
This accomplishment breaks the previous record held by the late classical conductor Georg Solti, who had won 31 Grammy awards.
With her multiple wins at the 65th Grammy Awards, including the categories of traditional R&B performance, best R&B song, and dance/electronic music album, Beyoncé surpassed Quincy Jones, who she previously tied with 28 wins.
She also holds the title for the most nominations at the 65th Grammy Awards with nine, and shares the same number of lifetime nominations, 88, with her husband Jay-Z.
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Among the all-time Grammy leaders, Beyoncé now stands ahead of other legends such as Georg Solti, Quincy Jones, Alison Krauss, Chick Corea, and Pierre Boulez.
Her recent success comes from her 2022 album “Renaissance,” which pays tribute to Black queer club culture through a mix of ’90s dance music, ’70s disco, modern electronic music, and classic R&B.
The album is also nominated for Album of the Year and its lead single “Break My Soul” is up for Song and Record of the Year.
In addition, Beyoncé recently announced dates for her “Renaissance” stadium tour, kicking off in Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium on September 2-3.
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