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Beyoncé Becomes Most Awarded Artist Ever at 2023 Grammys

6 February 2023 | 4:07 pm | Emma Whines

The 2023 Grammy Awards Night was full of surprises.

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The 2023 Grammy season has been and gone, with Beyoncé making history and becoming the first artist to reach 32 Grammy awards - the most awards an individual artist has ever received. 

Her win in the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album category for her album Renaissance, saw her overtake Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti, who won 31 Grammys over the course of his career up until his death in 1997. Beyoncé also took out the award for Best R&B Song for CUFF IT.

Other winners included Harry Styles who scored the coveted spot of Album Of The Year with his beloved release, Harry's House. The same title also granted him the win for Best Pop Album.

Lizzo took out Record Of The Year with her smash hit About Damn Time, while Jazz singer Samara Joy snatched up the award for Best New Artist.

Country star and songwriting legend Bonnie Raitt has cleaned up well this year by winning three Grammys, one of which is Song Of The Year, for Just Like That. She also took out Best Americana Performance for Made Up Mind and Best American Roots Song, also for Just Like That.  

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Alternative British rock band Wet Leg have scored two wins, one for Best Alternative Music Album for their self-titled release, and one for Best Alternative music performance, for their song Chaise Lounge.

Ozzy Osbourne has also walked away with two wins. One for Best Rock Album for Patient Number 9, and the other for Best Metal Performance for his song Degradation Rules

Controversially, comedian Dave Chappelle has won best comedy album for his album The Closer, born out of the Netflix Special. The show originally came under fire for Chapelle's comments surrounding transgender people.  

Other winners of the night included Kendrick Lamar for Best Rap Album with Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, Bad Bunny for Best Musica Urbana Album with Un Verano Sin Tiand Willie Nelson for Best Country Album for A Beautiful Time.

Performances from Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Steve Lacy, Lizzo, Kim Petras and Sam Smith were also littered throughout the course of the show and have shown us why these talents are deserving of one of the biggest music awards that an artist can win. 

Check out the full list of winners and nominees here