Beyonce is officially the most popular female music artist of all time, making history after Beyonce Grammy Wins 2021 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.
Beyonce Wins 63rd Annual Grammy Awards 2021
With her fourth win at Sunday’s star-studded ceremony, the 39-year-old symbol topped the illustrious list of top performers, following the 27 Grammy wins by American country singer Allison Kruse.
— Recording Academy / GRAMMYs (@RecordingAcad) March 15, 2021
Her stunning glory came as his 28th win, which she received in the category of “Best R&B Performance” for the song “Black Parade”.
She is now ranked second on the list of all-time winners tied with American record producer Quincy Jones.
Till now, The person who is the most Grammy wins is the late Hungarian-born British orchestra and operative conductor Sir George Solti.
In light of this monumental achievement, there was a mass gathering of Twitter users around the world, who enthusiastically took to the internet to pay tribute to Beyoncé.
Grammy Awards 2021: Beyonce creates history with a record 28th win
From climbing the charts as the lead singer of Destiny Child in the 1990s to the dominance of solo music in the later 2000s, Beyoncé’s inspirational journey took a complete turn with her recent Grammys Triumph.
In addition to her record-breaking 28th wins for “Black Parade”, “Best Music Video” (Brown Skin Girl), “Rap Song” (Savage Remix), and “Rap Performance” (Savage Remix).
Beyoncé’s historic feat led to widespread online support, as fans and industry members around the world united in celebration of her unprecedented Grammy domination:
“As an artist I believe it is my job, our job, to reflect the times. We are in such a difficult situation … I want to uplift, encourage and celebrate all the black kings and queens that inspire me.” – Beyoncé accepting her 28th award at #GRAMMYs.
— JÚNIOR 🐝 (@eujuninho__) March 15, 2021
“Blue, congratulations, you won a grammy tonight! I’M SO PROUD OF YOU, and I’m so honored to be your mommy”
-Beyoncé, 2021 pic.twitter.com/hdAXKoOUp6
— LUÍZΔ (@ddluu_) March 15, 2021
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This success is one step high because Beyoncé had the distinction of sharing the stage with her 9year old daughter Blue Ivy, the second-youngest singer to win as her mother in “Brown Skin Girl” with her mother at the age of 9 became an artist.
One night where all-female artists including Megan Thee Stallion, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, and Dua Lipa reigned supreme, it was Beyoncé who eventually stood tall with her record-breaking feat.