Beyonce Makes History by Breaking All-Time Grammy Record

By: Michelle Liew

American singer Beyoncé made history when she managed to break the record individual with the most Grammy Awards.

With her 32 wins in one single night -- in the categories of Dance/Electronic Recording, Traditional R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Dance/Electronic Album -- Beyonce surpassed the late Georg Solti's 31 Grammy wins.

Previously, Beyoncé has won 28 Grammy awards, a position that makes her equal the record of producer and musician Quincy Jones.

Beyoncé is also the artist who received the most nominations at the 65th Grammy Awards with nine nominations.

Not only that, but she also equalled the all-time nominations with her husband Jay-Z with 88 nominations.

Additionally, Beyoncé's album "Renaissance" is nominated for Best Album, and its lead single "Break My Soul" is also nominated for Best Song and Best Recording.

Meanwhile, singer Harry Styles was also crowned the winner of the Best Pop Vocal Album category for his album Harry's House.

The former member of One Direction managed to compete with ABBA (Voyage), singer Adele (30), Coldplay (Music of the Spheres), and Lizzo (Special) to win the award.