The iconic Beyoncé has done it again! She has broken the record for most lifetime Grammy wins with an impressive 32 awards. This record-breaking feat has surpassed the late classical conductor Georg Solti, who held the previous record of 31 Grammy wins. Beyoncé entered the night with 28 awards, already tied with producer and musician Quincy Jones. Not only has she broken the record for most Grammy wins, she also holds the record for most Grammy nominations with a total of 88.

The success of Beyoncé’s career is due in part to her latest album, “Renaissance.” This album is a virtuosic, sprawling ode to Black queer club culture, dipping into ’90s dance music, ’70s disco, modern electronic music, and classic R&B. “Renaissance” is nominated for album of the year, and lead single “Break My Soul” is up for for song and record of the year.

This week, Beyoncé announced dates for her “Renaissance” stadium tour, which hits Inglewood’s SoFi Stadium on Sept. 2-3. This tour will be a celebration of Beyoncé’s Grammy win, and a chance for fans to experience her music live.

Beyoncé’s record-breaking Grammy wins are a testament to her talent and hard work. She is now the most awarded artist in Grammy history, and her achievements will be remembered for years to come.