Beyoncé breaks Grammy Awards record

Beyoncé breaks Grammy

On Sunday, the American singer Beyoncé became the most Grammy award-winning person ever, with 32 awards won to date, after she was honored for the best album of electronic dance music at this party, which for music is like the Oscars in cinema.

And the pop star won a Grammy Award in the category of Best Album for Dance Electronic Music for “Renaissance” at the sixty-fifth session, which was held Sunday in Los Angeles, breaking the record of the famous conductor George Schulte, who won during his career 31 awards.

British singer Harry Styles won the Grammy Award for best album for “Harry’s House”, in a surprising result, as the albums of Beyoncé and Adele were the most prominent candidates in this category.

Accepting the award, Styles said, “This is a win that people like me don’t experience very often, and it’s amazing.”

American singer and guitarist Bonnie Raitt won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year for “Just Like That”, which was also a surprise because the top nominees in this category were Beyoncé, Taylor Swift and Adele.

As for the Record of the Year award, it went to American Lizzo for her song “About Damn Time”.

British singer Adele, who was one of the front-runners for the Grammy Awards, took home one award in the pop music category, while Taylor Swift took home the award for best video for “All To Will”.