Multi-talented American songstress, Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter professionally known as Beyoncè emerged as the most decorated female in the history of Grammys after winning her 28th award.
The 63rd edition of Grammys which was held virtually from the Los Angeles Convention Center saw the actress and humanitarian get her 26th, 27th and 28th Awards.
This has always been on the radar of Queen Bey just as she had indicated in her acceptance speach. She reached the milestone after her masterpiece record, “Black Parade” won her the Best R&B Performance.
A win for her “Black Parade” in the Best R&B Performance category enabled her emerge the most decorated female artist in Grammys history, beating the age long record set by Bluegrass artist, Alison Klaus.
This was followed by awards in the Best Rap Performance category with her “Savage(Remix) featuring Megan Thee Stallion for the Best Music Video category for “Brown Skin Girl,” featuring Wizkid and her daughter Blue Ivy.
Beyoncé has crossed the mark set by artist Alison Krauss, who has 27 Grammys.
The movie producer is now tied with Quincy Jones as the second most awarded musician at the Grammys with 28 wins.
Beyoncè needs 3 more to break the record set by Conductor Georg Solti who holds the record as the most decorated winner with 31.