The singer won in the category “Best Music Video,” in the category “Best Song in the genre of R&B,” and in the category “Best Rap Song.”
Singer Beyonce brought the count of her Grammy Award statuettes to 28 and took first place among women in this indicator, ahead of country singer Alison Krauss. This was announced at the awards ceremony on Sunday, broadcast by CBS.
In the afternoon, she won the category “Best Music Video” for the video for the song Brown Skin Girl. Then, during the evening ceremony, she was the best in the category “Best song in the genre of R&B” for the song Black Parade and in the category “Best Rap Song,” performing a duet with Megan Thee Stallion song Savage.
The 63rd Grammy Awards ceremony is held in a hybrid format due to the coronavirus pandemic: the main events unfold on several stages at the Staples Center sports and entertainment complex in Los Angeles (California), but broadcasts are simultaneously broadcast from the Troubadour and Hotel Caf clubs in Los Angeles, the Apollo Theater in New York and the Station Inn music venue in Nashville (Tennessee). The awards are awarded for the period from September 1, 2019, to August 31, 2020.