Beyoncé made history on Sunday at the 65th annual Grammy Award, hosted by Trevor Noah from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. The superstar set a record for most wins by an artist in Grammy history, taking home two Grammys during the Premiere Ceremony to break her 28-win tie with Quincy Jones. Beyoncé also earned Grammy Awards for best R&B song (“CUFF IT”) and best dance/electronic album for Renaissance, bring her total lifetime Grammy wins to a staggering 32.
Other big winners of the evening included Harry Styles for his album ‘Harry’s House,’ which took the top award of the night, album of the year. In a surprise win, Bonnie Raitt earned the song of the year Grammy for “Just Like That,” while Lizzo won record of the year for “About Damn Time.”
Additional wins at the awards ceremony were Willie Nelson for best country album, Harry Styles for best pop vocal album, Kendrick Lamar for best rap album, Adele for best pop solo performance, Bad Bunny for best música urbana album, and Sam Smith and Kim Petras won the award for best pop duo/vocal performance for “Unholy.”
For the full list of winners, head to www.grammy.com.
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