She has never worn her nickname Queen B so well. Sunday, March 14, the 2021 Grammy Awards ceremony was held in Los Angeles. Pandemic obliges, the evening was spent by the public, but not by the artists named in the different categories that night. Big winner of the evening, Beyoncé walked away with no less than three trophies, including that of the best music video for Brown Skin Girl and the best R&B performance for her title Black Parade, as well as that of the best rap performance for her duet with Megan Thee Stallion on the hit Savage. Three new awards that now allow him to count 28 Grammy Awards.
A nice record for Beyoncé who thus becomes the most awarded female artist in the history of the award ceremony, just behind Georg Solti and his 31 awards, and tied with Quincy Jones. However, the singer of Crazy in Love is not the only one to have been entitled to a record, since Taylor Swift became the first female artist to win three times the trophy of the album of the year, for her opus Folklore, tied with giants like Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra and Paul Simon. An evening that gave pride of place to women, in particular by rewarding the artists H.E.R for I Can’t Breath, Billie Ellish or even Dua Lipa.
Beyoncé congratulates her daughter Blue Ivy
During the evening, Beyoncé took advantage of her time on stage to deliver a strong message. “As an artist, I think it’s my job and all of us to reflect our time and it’s such a difficult time. So I wanted to uplift, encourage and celebrate all the beautiful black kings and queens. which continue to inspire me and inspire the whole world “, she explained of Black Parade, before greeting her daughter Blue Ivy, star of her clip Brown Skin Girl. “I know my daughter is watching TV. Congratulations, I am really proud of you and I am so honored to be your mom. To be your mom to all of you. You are all my babies and I am proud of all of you. “, she clarified of her twins Rumi and Sir.
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