Since her late ’90s Hollywood beginning as a member of Destiny’s Child, the musical superstar has forged a career all her own—and more than two decades later, her Grammy history is equally top-tier. With 79 nominations to date—including 24 wins so far—the world-famous performer is among the top nominated artists of all-time.
This Sunday, March 14, the 39-year-old mother of three is once again up for several gold statues, this time in a whopping nine categories—the most of any star in 2021. Then, there’s the not-so-small feat that she’s nominated twice for Record of the Year for “Black Parade” and her collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion on the “Savage Remix.”
As fans counted down to another highly anticipated Grammys night on Sunday, March 15—in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic—there was no telling how the unpredictable show would unfold. But, if there was anyone we could bet on given her incredible track record, it was the one and only Beyoncé. The star ended up making history after winning four Grammys, bringing her career total to 28—the most of any female artist in history and more than any other singer…ever.