Beyonce poses for a photograph. File/ Reuters
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Beyonce broke the record for most career wins at music's Grammy awards on Sunday but lost again in the prestigious album of the year category, this time to British singer Harry Styles.
Beyonce added four Grammys to her collection, bringing her lifetime total to 32 and surpassing the tally of late classical conductor Georg Solti.
Despite her success through the years, the 41-year-old "Break My Soul" singer has never claimed the best album trophy, according to Reuters
Beyonce took the stage as she secured the all-time Grammy record with her award for best dance/electronic album for "Renaissance."
"I am trying not to be too emotional. I am trying just to receive this night," Beyonce said. "I want to thank God for protecting me. Thank you, God."
Earlier, Beyonce was absent when she was named the winner of best R&B song for "Cuff It." Host Trevor Noah said the singer was stuck in traffic. He later handed her the trophy at her seat in the audience.
Beyonce's sweeping "Black Parade" — released in June amid explosive nationwide anti-racism protests after another spate of police killings of Black Americans — is vying for Record of the Year and Song of the Year honours.
Thieves broke into American pop star Beyonces storage units in Los Angeles twice this month. Three of Beyonce's storage units in LA were broken into, and burglars made off with more than $1 million worth of valuables.
Loving the actual making of music and the playing of music is what I think has really helped me balance things," she said.
Beyoncé earned her 28th Grammy on Sunday, picking up honors like best R&B performance for "Black Parade," best music video for "Brown Skin Girl" as well as best rap performance and best rap song for "Savage," with Megan Thee Stallion.
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Flags representing attendees from Argentina, Puerto Rico, Guatemala, Colombia, Venezuela, South Korea and Brazil were raised; children and the elderly sang along to familiar radio hits. Live music isn't church, but for two hours on Sunday night, the group got close.