Beyonce breaks record for most Grammy wins by female artist

Beyonce made Grammys history by becoming the winningest woman of the music industry’s top awards gala, and its most decorated singer with 28 career wins.

She secured the record after winning Best R&B Performance for her hit “Black Parade,” a single celebrating Black culture and activism that dropped in the wake of mass protests ignited by the death of George Floyd in the summer of 2020.

Wearing a black leather mini dress, the singer made a surprise showing at the gala she has skipped for the past several years.

Her eldest child, Blue Ivy, also won her first Grammy for her appearance in the music video “Brown Skin Girl.”

It is a major moment for the 39-year-old, whose repeated snubs in top award categories raised eyebrows and stirred controversy.

She is the most nominated female artist in Grammys history with 79, tied with Paul McCartney as the second most nominated act and only one behind husband Jay-Z and Quincy Jones.

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