Beyoncé GRAMMYs 2023: How She Became Music’s Most Decorated Artist

Beyoncé GRAMMYs 2023 How She Became Music's Most Decorated Artist

As Beyoncé continues to make history at the Grammys, she now has an impressive 88 nominations, tying her husband, Jay-Z, for the most nominations of any artist in GRAMMY history! From her iconic live performances to her powerful acceptance speeches, there’s no denying that Queen Bey is a GRAMMY powerhouse. Check out all the ways Beyoncé Grammys – her success is truly an inspiration!

Beyoncé is no ordinary GRAMMY Awards winner — she’s a serial GRAMMY record-breaker. With an incredible 28 GRAMMY wins to date, Beyoncé joined an elite group of GRAMMY giants in 2021 as the performing artist with the most career GRAMMY wins ever. She’s now tied for the most nominated artist in GRAMMY history with an astonishing 88 nominations — tied with her husband, Jay-Z.

But it’s what Bey could do next that’s truly remarkable. If she wins at least four Grammys in 2023, she’ll become the most decorated artist in GRAMMY history — surpassing the late classical conductor Georg Solti, who won 31 Grammys for his recorded work.

Simply put, slaying at Music’s Biggest Night is just what Beyoncé does. As she celebrates her latest GRAMMY nominations, let’s take a look at what makes her one of the most remarkable GRAMMY record-breakers of all time.

The most GRAMMY nominations have gone to Beyoncé and Jay-Z

In 2021, Jay-Z set the record for the artist with the most GRAMMY nominations ever at the time with 83. This year, he adds five more nominations to his total, bringing it to an impressive 88. He now ties with his wife Beyoncé, who also achieved 88 nominations this year, adding nine to her already impressive 79.

The power couple has surely helped each other on their journey to this milestone. Together, they have been nominated 17 times, five of which were won, including two in 2023 for their collaboration on Beyoncé’s RENAISSANCE album. This is a testament to their powerful partnership and a major accomplishment for both of them.

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Beyoncé has received more GRAMMY Awards than any other woman in history

Even before Beyoncé became the most-nominated artist in GRAMMY history, with a whopping 28 wins to date, she had already made history as the most-nominated woman of all time. In 2021, Beyoncé passed Alison Krauss — with 27 wins — to become the woman with the most GRAMMY Awards ever. If Beyoncé wins at least four GRAMMYs in 2023, she will become the artist with the most GRAMMY wins in history — a remarkable feat that no one has yet achieved.

Beyoncé has received more GRAMMY Awards than any other woman in history

She has been nominated several times with other artists

In addition to her incredible 17 nominations with Jay-Z and nine nominations with Destiny’s Child, Beyoncé has seen tremendous success at the GRAMMYs with several other artists. She has won golden gramophones for her collaborations with iconic artists such as Stevie Wonder, Luther Vandross, Megan Thee Stallion, Saint Jhn and Wizkid. In 2021, Beyoncé was able to celebrate a GRAMMY win with her daughter Blue Ivy Carter, making it even more special. 

Beyoncé has also been nominated for her work with other major artists such as Shakira, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Andre 3000, Jack White, Kendrick Lamar, and T.I. and Lil Wayne. Her impressive work with these artists has made her an undeniable force in the music industry.

In the same year, Beyoncé received nominations for both solo and group work

At the 2006 GRAMMY Awards, Destiny’s Child was recognized with four nominations, and went on to take home the award for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals for their collaboration with Stevie Wonder on the song “So Amazing.” Additionally, Beyoncé was nominated for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for her solo rendition of Rose Royce’s 1977 single, “Wishing On a Star.”

Beyoncé received ten nominations in one year

Beyoncé has certainly made an impressive showing with her nine nominations for the 2023 GRAMMYs, but it pales in comparison to her extraordinary success in 2009. That year, she was nominated for a record-breaking 10 categories, including Record Of The Year for “Halo,” Album Of The Year for I Am… Sasha Fierce, and Song Of The Year for “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It).” Her performance that night was nothing short of spectacular – she won the Song Of The Year award and ultimately took home a total of six GRAMMYs. It was a night that confirmed her status as one of the all-time greats.

She has received the most nominations for Record Of The Year

It’s official: Queen Bey is now the artist with the most Record Of The Year nominations of all time. With her latest nomination for “Break My Soul” at the 2023 GRAMMYs, Beyoncé has earned a total of eight ROTY nods. 

Her record-breaking journey began way back in 2000, when Destiny’s Child was nominated for “Say My Name.” Since then, Beyoncé has been nominated for solo projects and collaborations, earning nods for “Crazy in Love” with Jay-Z in 2004, “Irreplaceable” in 2008, “Halo” in 2010, and “Formation” in 2017. And in 2021, the icon earned two ROTY nominations, for “Black Parade” from The Lion King: The Gift and for “Savage,” her duet with fellow Texan Megan Thee Stallion.

With her eighth Record Of The Year nomination, Beyoncé has made history and cemented her status as the reigning queen of the industry.

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