Harry Styles triumps with album of the year, Beyonce breaks award record at Grammys

At the Grammy Awards on Sunday, Harry Styles won album of the year, taking home the top prise on a night where Beyoncé dominated and took home the most awards.

Beyoncé broke a 26-year record by winning her 32nd prise. She failed to win album of the year, as she had in previous years.

Styles won three prizes on Sunday. The emotional singer gushed, “I’m really impressed by every performer in this category. I have listened to everyone in these categories several times over the course of my life. It’s crucial to keep in mind that there is no such thing as the finest.

The night’s winners frequently mentioned Beyoncé and her impact on them, but she remains the only one seated on the Grammy throne.

Midway through Sunday’s programme, the singer won the Grammy for best electronic/dance record, bringing her 22-year total to 32, surpassing the 31 prizes won by renowned Hungarian conductor Georg Solti and making her the all-time winner of the Recording Industry Association of America. He passed away in 1997.

After her historic victory, the celebrity stated, “I’m trying not to get too emotional,” as her husband Jay-Z stood and cheered.

The singer expressed her gratitude for their support to her parents, late uncle, Jay-Z, and her kids. “This evening, all I’m trying to do is accept. I want to give God praise for guarding me. Thanks be to God.

Beyoncé received awards for “Cuff It,” “Break My Soul,” “Plastic Off the Sofa,” and “Renaissance,” a dance-electric album that is also up for album of the year. She also won for best R&B song.