Beyoncé Makes GRAMMY History by Breaking All-Time Record for Most Wins

It was a historical night at the 65th annual GRAMMY Awards as Beyoncé broke the all-time record for most GRAMMY wins.

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The talented artist entered the awards ceremony with nine nominations for work found on her seventh solo studio album, "Renaissance."

This made her the night's most-nominated act and gave her the opportunity to become the most-decorated act overall if she were to win at least four of the nine categories she was nominated in.

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As the night progressed, Beyoncé quickly rose to the occasion and made history. By the end of the first hour of the GRAMMYs, she had already won three awards.

By the end of the second hour, she had broken the all-time record for most GRAMMY wins. During the pre-show, she swept up two awards for Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Plastic Off the Sofa" and Best Dance Recording.

Later in the night, Beyoncé went on to collect the Best R&B Song trophy for her song "Cuff It," defeating competition from other notable artists such as Mary J. Blige, Muni Long, Jazmine Sullivan, and PJ Morton.

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This was a historic feat that extended her reign as the most-awarded act in the history of the Best R&B Song offering.

As the night came to a close, Beyoncé surpassed Hungarian-British orchestral and operatic conductor Georg Solti for the honor of being the most-awarded act in GRAMMY history overall when she picked up the Best Dance/Electronic Album trophy. With this latest triumph, she now has 32 career trophies to his 31.

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