Beyoncé Makes History At 65th Grammy Awards


History was made Sunday night when Beyoncé won her 32nd Grammy and became the artist with the most wins ever.

"I'm trying not to be too emotional. I'm trying to just receive this night," the superstar said while accepting Best Dance/Electronic Album during the show inside Arena in Los Angeles.

Combined with three wins earlier Sunday, Beyoncé surpassed the late conductor Georg Solti for most Grammys. Her Renaissance track “Cuff It” was named Best R&B Song and, at the the premiere ceremony hours earlier, “Break My Soul” was named Best Dance/Electronic Recording and “Plastic Off The Sofa” won Best Traditional R&B Performance.

Also making history on Sunday was Kim Petras, who became the first transgender woman to win a Grammy for Best Duo/Group Performance thanks to "Unholy," her collaboration with Sam Smith.

“This song has been such an incredible journey for me,” said Petras, who added: “This is a huge moment for me.”

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The 30-year-old German singer thanked transgender artists who came before her, LGBTQ allies like Madonna and, of course, Smith. “You are true angel and hero in my life and I love you,” said Petras.

The only other transgender woman to win a Grammy is Wendy Carlos, who earned three in 1969.

Harry Styles received the Album of the Year award from Reina, a 78-year-old superfan from Sudbury, Ont, for Harry's House.

"There is no such thing as best in music," he said. "This is really, really kind. I'm so, so grateful. This doesn't happen to people like me very often."

Styles was also the night's first winner, when Harry’s House was named Best Pop Vocal Album. “This album, from start to finish, has been the greatest experience of my life,” he said. “From making it with two of my best friends to playing it for people has been the greatest joy I could have asked for.”

(Harry’s House also won the Grammy for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical – but the award doesn’t go to Styles.)

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Lizzo picked up the award for Record of the Year – her fourth Grammy but first in this category – for "About Damn Time." The pop star dedicated her win to the late Prince and credited Beyoncé as an inspiration.

"I like to believe that not only can people do good but we just are good. We are good, inherently," said Lizzo. "Anybody at home who feels misunderstood or on the outside looking in, like I did, just stay true to yourself because, I promise you, you will attract people in your life who believe in you and support you."

Song of the Year went to "Just Like That" by Bonnie Raitt. "This is just an unreal moment," said the 73-year-old, who earlier in the day won Grammys for Best American Roots Song ("Just Like That") and Best Americana Performance ("Made Up Mind").

Best Pop Solo Performance was awarded to Adele for "Easy On Me." She dedicated her win to her son Angelo.

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Bad Bunny won his second Grammy for Best Música Urbana Album – a category that was only introduced last year – thanks to Un Verano Sin Ti. “I just made this album with love and passion and when you do things with love and passion, everything is easier,” he said.

Samara Joy was presented with Best New Artist by last year's winner Olivia Rodrigo. Earlier, the 23-year-old's sophomore album Linger Awhile was named Best Jazz Vocal Album.

Canada was represented by several winners.

Vancouver's Tobias Jesso Jr. won two Grammys, including the first ever Songwriter of the Year, Non-Classical, in recognition of his work for Adele ("To Be Loved"), Diplo (“Let You Go”), Omar Apollo (“No Good Reason”) and fellow Canadian Orville Peck (“The Curse of the Blackened Eye”). As co-writer of “Boyfriends” on Styles’ album Harry’s House, Jesso Jr. also shares the Grammy for Album of the Year.

Drake, who did not submit his own work for consideration, earned a Grammy for being featured with Tems on Future’s “Wait For U,” which was named Best Melodic Rap Performance. Also winning his fifth Grammy was Michael Bublé, whose 11th studio album Higher won Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

Montreal-born conductor and pianist Yannick Nézet-Séguin won Best Opera Recording and Best Classical Vocal Performance. Last year, the 47-year-old won his first Grammy for Best Orchestral Performance.

Matthew Stevens, who was born in Toronto, shared the Grammy for Best Instrumental Jazz Album (for New Standards Vol. 1) with Vancouver-born, Calgary-raised Kris Davis.

Check out the winners from the 65th Grammy Awards broadcast below. To see some of the premiere ceremony winners, click here.


Voyage - ABBA

30 - Adele

Un Verano Sin Ti - Bad Bunny

Renaissance - Beyoncé

Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe) - Mary J. Blige

In These Silent Days - Brandi Carlile

Music of the Spheres - Coldplay

Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers - Kendrick Lamar

Special - Lizzo

Harry's House - Harry Styles *WINNER


"Don't Shut Me Down" - ABBA

"Easy On Me" - Adele

"Break My Soul" - Beyoncé

"You and Me on the Rock" - Brandi Carlile ft. Lucius

"Woman" - Doja Cat

"As It Was" - Harry Styles

"The Heart Part 5" - Kendrick Lamar

"About Damn Time" - Lizzo *WINNER

"Good Morning Gorgeous" - Mary J. Blige

"Bad Habit" - Steve Lacy


“abcdefu” - Sara Davis, GAYLE & Dave Pittenger, songwriters (GAYLE)

“About Damn Time” - Melissa “Lizzo” Jefferson, Eric Frederic, Blake Slatkin & Theron Makiel Thomas, songwriters (Lizzo)

“All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film)” - Liz Rose & Taylor Swift, songwriters (Taylor Swift)

“As It Was” - Tyler Johnson, Kid Harpoon & Harry Styles, songwriters (Harry Styles)

“Bad Habit” - Matthew Castellanos, Brittany Foushee, Diana Gordon, John Carroll Kirby & Steve Lacy, songwriters (Steve Lacy)

“Break My Soul” -  Beyoncé, S. Carter, Terius “The-Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant & Christopher A. Stewart, songwriters (Beyoncé)

“Easy on Me” - Adele Adkins & Greg Kurstin, songwriters (Adele)

“God Did” - Tarik Azzouz, E.Blackmon, Khaled Khaled, F. LeBlanc, Shawn Carter, John Stephens, Dwayne Carter, William Roberts & Nicholas Warwar, songwriters (DJ Khaled Featuring  Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy)

“The Heart Part 5” - Jake Kosich, Johnny Kosich, Kendrick Lamar & Matt Schaeffer, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar)

“Just Like That” - Bonnie Raitt, songwriter (Bonnie Raitt) *WINNER



Omar Apollo

DOMi & JD Beck

Muni Long

Samara Joy *WINNER



Tobe Nwigwe

Molly Tuttle

Wet Leg


“Easy on Me" - Adele *WINNER

"Moscow Mule" - Bad Bunny

"Woman" - Doja Cat

"Bad Habit" - Steve Lacy

"About Damn Time" - Lizzo

"As It Was" - Harry Styles


“Don't Shut Me Down" - ABBA

"Bam Bam" Camila Cabello ft. Ed Sheeran

"My Universe" - Coldplay & BTS

"I Like You (A Happier Song) - Post Malone & Doja Cat

"Unholy" - Sam Smith & Kim Petras *WINNER


Voyage - ABBA

30 - Adele

Music of the Spheres - Coldplay

Special - Lizzo

Harry's House - Harry Styles *WINNER



God Did - DJ Khaled

I Never Liked You - Future

Come Home The Kids Miss You - Jack Harlow

Mr. Morales & the Big Steppers - Kendrick Lamar *WINNER

It's Almost Dry - Pusha T


"Cuff It" - Beyoncé *WINNER

"Hurt Me So Good" - Jazmine Sullivan

"Good Morning Gorgeous" - Mary J. Blige

"Hrs & Hrs" - Muni Long

"Please Don't Walk Away" - PJ Morton


Renaissance - Beyoncé *WINNER

Fragments - Bonobo

Diplo - Diplo

The Last Goodbye - Odesza

Surrender - Rüfüs Du Sol


Trap Cake, Vol. 2 - Rauw Alejandro

Un Verano Sin Ti - Bad Bunny *WINNER

Legendaddy - Daddy Yankee

La 167 - Farruko

The Love & Sex Tape - Maluma

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