At this year’s presentation in Los Angeles, Beyoncé set a record by taking home a record-breaking 32 Grammy Awards, while Harry Styles won Album of the Year.
Beyoncé created history when Renaissance, her ecstatic dance album, won best dance/electronic album.
She surpassed George Solti, a Hungarian-British conductor whose record of 31 Grammys had stood for more than 20 years while doing so.
The celebrity added as she accepted her award, “I’m trying not to be too emotional.
“This night, I’m attempting to just receive,”
She continued by thanking her relatives, particularly her late uncle Jonny, who assisted her before she became well-known by making her performance clothes.
Beyoncé has previously said that her interest in dance music and its historical ties to the LGBTQ community was sparked by her husband’s fight with HIV.
Beyoncé took home four awards in all, but she missed a few of the earlier ones due to traffic in downtown Los Angeles.
Trevor Noah, the host, jokingly said, “I’m astonished traffic could stop you.” “I believed you were able to go through time and space.”
Beyoncé was once again denied the coveted album of the year accolade in spite of her achievements.
She has already lost the competition four times, most notably in 2017 when Adele’s 25 defeated her introspective masterpiece Lemonade.
Adele at the moment claimed that Beyoncé was more deserving of the victory in her acceptance speech (although she held on to the trophy).
Harry Styles won this year, thanks to Grammy voters who praised the polished, radio-friendly pop on his third album, Harry’s House.
The British celebrity minimized the significance of the award in his address.
It’s crucial for us to keep in mind that there is no such thing as the best music on evenings like this, the singer remarked.
None of us, in my opinion, “sit in the studio making choices based on what will get us one of them,”