In the legend.
Beyoncé became Sunday, February 5 the most awarded artist in the history of the Grammy Awards.
The American singer won four new trophies at the ceremony held in Los Angeles, including best R&B song (
) and best dance/electronic album (
These four gramophones bring his total of awards to 32, one more than conductor Georg Solti in the 1990s. An absolute record.
I try not to be too moved
”, she launched, thanking in turn her parents, her “
” Jay-Z, her “
three beautiful children
” and “
the queer community
”, which always supported.
The "best album of the year" still eludes him
Beyoncé therefore enters the story.
But once again, a major award eludes him: as in 2017 with
, which has become a classic,
, his latest house and dance opus, failed to obtain the prize for best album.
On the glowing stage of the Crypto.com Arena, it was Harry Styles who swept the lot, thanks to
, which also earned him the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album.
In 2017, it was Adele who crushed her competitors in the main categories, winning five awards with her album
, at the expense of Beyoncé, whose album
had to settle for the Grammy Award for "Best Contemporary Urban Music Album". ".
The Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, which hands out the awards, had once again been accused of a lack of diversity.
History was already in motion for Beyoncé.
With the nominations for this edition, she had equaled the record of her husband, Jay-Z, as the most nominated artist in the history of these awards (88).