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The singer won best dance/electronic recording and best traditional R&B performance during the Grammys Premiere Ceremony, held hours before the official show. She needs two more awards to break Georg Solti’s 31-win record.
Beyoncé won two early Grammys on Sunday, setting the singer up to break the record for most wins in Grammys history.
“Break My Soul” — the No. 1 hit and lead single off Renaissance — won best dance/electronic recording, while her groove “Plastic Off the Sofa” picked up best traditional R&B performance during the 2023 Grammys Premiere Ceremony, held hours before the official show.
Beyoncé now has 30 Grammys.
The dance win marks Beyoncé’s first in the dance category. She shares the win with producers Terius “The-Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant, Jens Christian Isaksen and Christopher “Tricky” Stewart as well as mixer Stuart White.
Beyoncé is nominated for more honors, including album of the year for Renaissance. The late conductor Georg Solti holds the Grammys record with 31 wins. The Hungarian musician died in 1997.