Beyonce is Grammy’s Golden Girl with 9 nominations
Beyonce is Grammy’s golden girl has she becomes the most nominated female artist of all time. Beyoncé has been nominated 62 times in her career, more than any other female artist and won 20 so far.
Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter, songwriter and actress has nine nominations for the 2017 Grammy awards. If she wins in eight of her nine nominated categories which may be slightly hard as she faces Adele, who received five nominations – she will then become the most successful female Grammy nominee ever to win 28 awards; a title which is currently been held by Alison Krauss, who has 27.
From Destiny’s Child triumphs to her successful solo moments. We bring you Beyoncé’s Grammy wins below.
Grammy Awards 2001: Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland, and Michelle Williams collected two awards – for Best R&B Group Performance and Best R&B Song, both for Say My Name.Grammy Awards 2002: The trio picked up another Grammy the year after for Best R&B Group Performance for Survivor. Grammy Awards 2004: Beyonce picked up her first solo Grammy awards, 5 total grammys including Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for Crazy In Love with husband Jay Z
Grammy Awards 2006: Beyonce attended the awards with husband Jay Z and picked up one award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals on her collaboration with Stevie Wonder, titled So Amazing.
Grammy Awards 2007: Queen B won Best Contemporary R&B Album for B’Day, her second solo studio album the following year.
Grammy Awards 2010: Her biggest one, the songstress picked up six Grammys, more than any other female artist, including Best Contemporary R&B Album for I Am Sasha Fierce, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for Halo, and Song of the Year for Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).
Grammy Awards 2013: She won Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance for Love On Top.
Grammy Awards 2015: In 2015, Beyonce home three awards including Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Song for another Jay Z duet; Drunk In Love.
Beyoncé leads the nominations for the 59th annual Grammys nine nods for her album “Lemonade.” But in each of the three top categories she’s against Adele.
We are totally routing for Queen B, but may the best artist win!