All good things are worth waiting for and Beyoncé’s latest LP, Renaissance, is no exception. Released more than five years after Lemonade and a few years after the Lion King soundtrack, the album was released just as fans of the global star were growing restless. Per usual, the Texas native delivered what many fans had been hoping for. Pulling together pieces of pop, R&B, electronic, dance, house and club music, the chart-topping artist and her super team of producers and songwriters crafted an album that not only topped the charts, but set the soundtrack for the summer. Ultimately, her hard work on the project’s lead single, “Break My Soul,” earned her “Best Dance/Electronic Recording” category at the 2023 Grammy Awards.
Beyoncé and her talented team didn’t win this award without competition. Right behind her, Kaytranada teamed up with H.E.R to deliver the standout single, “Intimidated.” While it didn’t walk away with the award, it is undoubtedly one of the best records of any genre released in the latest Grammy Awards cycle. Also, the “Best Dance/Electronic Recording” category featured submissions from Miguel, David Guetta, Bebe Rexha and Diplo. Simply put, it is one of the most star-studded categories of this weekend’s festivities.
With her latest win, Beyoncé moves within three wins of becoming the most decorated figure in the history of Grammy Awards. She currently has 29 wins at the Grammy Awards and George Solti leads the way with 31 Grammy Awards. Later tonight, she’ll attempt to break that record as she is nominated in the “Big Four” categories as well as a few R&B and Pop categories.
And the GRAMMY for Best Dance/Electronic Recording goes to – "BREAK MY SOUL" @Beyonce #GRAMMYs
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— Recording Academy / GRAMMYs (@RecordingAcad) February 5, 2023