At the 2023 GRAMMYs, Harry Styles and Lizzo took home the top honors of the night, but the biggest story of the night was Beyoncé’s record-breaking win. Beyoncé became the most awarded artist in GRAMMY history with a total of 28 awards.
In addition to her historic win, Beyoncé also made history by becoming the first female artist to win the Best Rock Performance award. She also became the first artist to win both the Best R&B Performance and Best Rap Performance awards in the same year.
The night also featured a number of other memorable moments. Billie Eilish won Best Pop Vocal Album for the second year in a row, and Taylor Swift became the first female artist to win Album of the Year three times.
In addition to the big winners, the GRAMMYs also recognized a number of lesser-known artists. Yola won Best Americana Album, while Phoebe Bridgers won Best New Artist.
Overall, the night was filled with history-making moments, and it’s sure to be remembered for years to come.