Beyoncé, who now has 30 Grammys, needs just two more wins to become the most decorated artist in the show’s history.
LOS ANGELES – Beyoncé has already won two. Grammy on Sunday, bringing him one step closer in his quest to become the most decorated performer in the show’s history.
During Grammys pre-telecast eventBeyoncé won for the first time in the Best Dance-Electronic Music Recording category for “Break My Soul”. She also won Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Plastic Off the Couch.”
Beyonce, who now has 30 awards, needs just two more wins to eclipse the record held by Hungarian-British conductor George Solti, who has 31 Grammys. Solti has held the record since 1997.
This is the first time Beyoncé has been nominated in the dance category. His seventh studio project is up for Best Dance-Electronic Music Album.
Beyoncé made a guest appearance at Sunday’s event. Leading nominee Including album, song and record of the year. If she wins in any of those major categories, it will be her first since winning song of the year for “Single Ladies” in 2010.
Mooney Long — a Best New Artist nominee — nominated Beyonce for Best R&B Performance for her song, “Hrs. and Hours.”
Beyonce’s other nominations include best R&B song for “Cuff It” and song written for visual media for “Be Alive,” an Oscar-nominated song from the “King Richard” soundtrack.
It’s one of the main storylines going into Sunday’s event, which features several big names in music Running for top honors of the night — Harry Styles, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, ABBA and Lizzo are all nominated for album of the year. Adele is up for record of the year alongside them.
Viola Davis is now an EGOT. — a term for people who have won Emmys, Grammys, Oscars and Tonys — when they win best audiobook, narrative and storytelling recording. The actor gave an emotional speech and emphatically said “I’m just EGOt” after marching on stage to collect his award.
“Oh, my God,” she said. “I wrote this book to honor 6-year-old Viola, to honor her, her life, her joy, her trauma, everything,” Davis said. A journey.”
Photo: Grammys 2023 Red Carpet
Brandi Carlile made a rare appearance during the pre-telecast for a major artist. The singer appeared after winning Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song, a Songwriter for her song “Broken Horses”.
“It’s rock ‘n’ roll, man,” said a grinning Carlyle, who jogged onstage with a few of his band members. “I can’t tell you how much it means to us. We were born and raised in Seattle. When I met these guys 22 years ago, we decided to get into a band.
Carlyle co-wrote “Broken Horses” with twin brothers Phil and Tim Hensroth.
“Oh my God, it’s amazing,” she said. “Oh, I’ll never be the same.”
Kendrick Lamar extended his record in the Best Rap Performance category with his sixth career trophy for “The Heart Part 5,” which also recognized his songwriting as a winner for Best Rap Song.
Trevor Noah will host. The live telecast from Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles begins at 8pm Eastern on CBS and Paramount+. The show will feature performances by Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith, Lizzo as well. A special musical tribute To the late musicians Take Off, Loretta Lynn and Christine McVie.
But with 91 Grammy categories, most awards are given out during the Recording Academy’s live streaming. Premiere event.
There could also be more firsts: If Bad Bunny wins album of the year for “Un Verano Sin Ti,” it would be the first time a Spanish-language album has won the top honor. . Taylor Swift, whose latest album “Midnights” was not eligible for this year’s Grammys, could win her first song of the year trophy for “All Too Well.” Adele’s Song of the Year win for her track “Easy On Me” would make her the most decorated artist in the category with three wins, the others for her mega-hits “Hello” and “Rolling in the Deep.” Will come.
So did this year’s Grammys Several new categories have been introducedIncluding for the video game music composition, which went on the soundtrack of “Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla”.
Ozzy Osbourne wins two Grammys, fueling the metal god’s late-career revival.
Ozzy Osbourne’s “Degradation Rules” featuring Tony Iommi won Best Metal Performance and his album “Patient No. 9” won Best Rock Album.
Earlier this year, Osborne announced the cancellation of his 2023 tour dates in the UK and continental Europe, citing his health. Prevent it from visiting again..
This year’s show marks a return to Los Angeles, after first being delayed by the pandemic. The Grammys were forced to move Last year in Las Vegas. Noah also hosted the event, which watched Take Jon Batiste home. album of the year.