Beyoncé Wins 4 Grammys for All-Time Record; Harry Styles Takes Album of Year

Beyoncé made Grammy Award history Sunday evening, powered by her smash hit album “Renaissance” and the hit song “Break My Soul” to become the all-time leader in lifetime Grammy wins with 32 after snaring four more — but she missed out on the Recording Academy’s three major awards of Album of the Year, Record of the Year and Song of the Year.

The superstar singer-songwriter went into the night as the record-holder for winningest woman of all time, with 28 Grammys overall — and with her fourth victory of the night, for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for “Renaissance,” she surpassed the late conductor Georg Solti as winningest artist of all time.

With a leading nine nominations going into the night, Beyoncé stood a strong chance of snagging at least four to become the Grammys’ winningest artist ever — but she was hoping to also claim one of the evening’s top honors, which have been elusive to her.



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