Breaking Beyoncé’s Grammy History

Queen Bey continues to reign.

The 2022 Grammy Awards kick off on April 3 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas and the Beehive is buzzing with potential Beyonce appearance.

The 40-year-old is not able to win any prizes herself this year, but her husband, Jay-Z, which has been nominated in three categories, including Album of the Year. With these awards, the “Empire State of Mind” rapper became the most nominated artist in Grammy history with 83 nods, more than Quincy Joneswith whom he was previously at 80.

While it may be Jay-Z’s night, Beyoncé has become synonymous with music’s biggest night. With a total of 28 awards and 79 nominations, she is the most nominated woman and most awarded singer in Grammy history.

Beyoncé was first nominated in 2000 as a member of Child of fate for Best Rhythm & Blues Song and Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals for the mega hit “Bills, Bills, Bills.” Four years later, she dominated the Grammys as a solo artist after the release of her debut album Dangerous in lovecollecting six nominations and taking home the award in all but one.

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