Beyonce is the most awarded woman in Grammys history, taking over from Allison Krauss. She has set a new record at the Grammys with her 28th win. Beyonce’s 28th Grammy was presented in honour of Black Parade, a rejoice of black power and resilience. I’m so honoured and excited”, she said while accepting her ground-breaking trophy for best RnB performance.
Another person who also made history is Taylor Swift by becoming the first female artist ever to win album of the year three times. She was rewarded for her lockdown album “folklore” after previously winning with “fearless” in 2010 and the pop opus 1989 in 2016.
There were also some main winners in the Grammys 2021 like;
• Record of the year: Billie Eilish – Everything I wanted
• Album of the year: Taylor Swift – Folklore
• Song of the year: H.E.R – I can’t Breathe
• Best new artist: Megan thee Stallion
Beyonce has now equalled the great producer Quincy Jones a total of 28 Grammys and it’s only Classical Conductor Sir Georg Solti that has 31. Beyonce also rejoiced with Megan thee Stallion as she won the first female artist to win the best rap song award. The ceremony was held in a Marquee outside the LA Convention Center, with nominees observing a socially-distanced seat.