Female artist Beyonce breaks the record of winning Grammy

Tonton DramaJune 12, 2021

She procured the album after winning Greatest R&B Song for her struck Dark Parade, one celebrating Black culture and activism that fell in the aftermath of mass protests triggered from the passing of George Floyd in police custody at the summer of 2020.

“I am quite honoured. I am so excited. Thank you,” said the singer, who made a surprise showing in the gala she’s skipped for the previous several decades.”As an artist I think it is my job and all our tasks to reflect our times.

So I wished to uplift, promote, celebrate each one the gorgeous Black queens and kings which continue to inspire me and inspire the entire world,” she proceeded, sporting a curve-hugging black leather mini dress. “I am so honoured to be your mom, all your mommies.

Y’are my babies. And I am so proud of y’all. It’s an important time for its 39-year-old Beyonce, whose repeated snubs in prime award areas have increased eyebrows and stirred controversy.

She’s the Grammy’s most nominated female performer with 79, tied to Paul McCartney as the next most nominated action and just one supporting husband Jay-Z and business legend Quincy Jones.

Ahead of 2021, the megastar boasted 24 Grammy wins to her name — but famously lost trailer of the Year 2017 to British balladeer Adele, a contentious snub frequently cited as an instance of the Recording Academy’s diversity problems.

Critics praised Black Parade for Beyonce’s powerful vocals in addition to its lyrics which concurrently condemn racism, issue a call for activism and pay homage to Roman civilization.Proceeds from the tune advantage Beyonce’s Black Business Impact Fund, which affirms Black-owned tiny companies.


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