Grammy Awards 2021: Triumphing and emerging victorious as a queen, a very magical night indeed for American singer-songwriter Beyonce who won Grammy 2021 for a record-breaking 28th time, setting up a huge example for black as well as every other woman on earth. Read the below article to know more
Beyonce’s Straight Flush to a New Record
— Recording Academy / GRAMMYs (@RecordingAcad) March 15, 2021
One of the most amazing woman and singer who is loved globally has just set the world ablaze by giving her fans from all around such wonderful news. An honour bestowed upon her at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards 2021 hosted by Trevor Noah, which makes her the embellished and prominent female artist breaking the former record of the renowned Alison Krauss’ for 27 Grammy awards. She did her one up by winning the Grammy Awards 2021 for the 28th time and tying with Quincy Jones while Conductor George Stolti still holds the most, Beyonce trumped for The Best R&B Music ‘Black Parade’ which was made in respect as a tribute to black people during the Black Protest March.
There’s no doubt Beyonce is Beyonce, an astounding lady in the eyes of many and especially her fans who turned the social media into an absolute frenzy after the announcement. “I am so honoured and so excited. As an artist, I believe it’s my job to reflect the times, and it’s been such a difficult time.” as she received her award. “So, I wanted to uplift, encourage, celebrate all of the other beautiful Black Queens and Kings that continues to inspire me and inspire the world” she added.
Grammy Awards 2021: Watch Beyonce Set up a Record as the Most Awarded Woman
The Icon also commended her daughter Blue who also won a Grammy Awards 2021 which made her the second-youngest winner in the history of Grammy. This shows how inspirational she has been to others. Also, she said “I know my daughter is watching, two daughters and a son are watching” whom she is very proud of as she said it herself ” I am so proud of you and I’m honoured to be your mommy and I love you, my rock”. She also won the best rap performance award with Megan and was the most nominated artist this year.