65th Annual Grammy Awards: Beyoncé Wins For Best R&B Song For ‘Cuff It’

The victory ties her for most Grammys won by an artist all-time.

With her win for "Best R&B Song" at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, Beyoncé has officially tied with the most Grammys won by a single artist with 31.

The victory was for her song “Cuff It” from her critically-acclaimed album Renaissance.

“Beyoncé is on her way,” said host Trevor Noah. Apparently, the legendary singer was running fashionably late, so Nile Rodgers, who played on the track, delivered a brief speech in her absence.

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The three awards Beyoncé won prior during the pre-telecast proceedings were for best song written for visual media for “Be Alive” (from the 2021 movie King Richard), "Best Dance/Electronic Recording" for “Break My Soul” and "Best Traditional R&B Performance" for “Plastic Off the Sofa” (the last two both tracks from Renaissance).

With one more win Sunday night, Beyoncé would become the most decorated Grammy winner of all time, besting conductor Georg Solti.

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