As many as we do, Michelle Obama loves Beyoncé and Taylor Swift!
Monday, 39-year-old Beyoncé and Swift, 31, congratulated the former First Lady on Sunday’s Saturday victories.
“So stunned by @Beyonce and the 28 #GRAMMYs, her record break winner!” Obama, 57 years old, was tweeting. ‘Congrats, Queen Bey… Your music is always shaping and raising the moment, giving us laughter, calming our suffering, and bringing much more pride to our souls.
Beyoncé has broken Alison Krauss’ record and has since been the much more decorated grammatical artist ever since he won her award to best R&D for her inspirational single “Black Parade.”
For most Grammys in the history of music, any musician, male or female, Knowles-Card is now bound to Quincy Jones.
Sometimes in the biggest night of pop, Swift received the Grammy Award only for Folklore album of the year – making this the first female to receive the award three times. (It is the 4th artist to perform the historic feat, either male or female.)
Obama tweeted about their success, “Thanks for @TaylorSwift13 in its 3rd #GRAMMY record winner for the Year’s Song! I am so proud of those artists who continue to influence us all with their songs and talents.”
Swift praised her lovers of music for their continuing support on Twitter Sunday.
“Tonight we float the fans, and we will never neglect,” she said. “It’s really the fans via 1989 but before the award this year’s Fearless, Swift’s previous two years though album awards.
Beyonce earned the gold alongside Texan fellow-Megan Thy Stallion for both the greatest R&B achievement as well as the best rap efficiency for their Savage college in comparison to the best R&B performance award for “Black Parade.”
As well as the mom is extraordinarily pleased that her uplifting self-living ballad, ‘Brown Skin Girl, has received the Grammy Award for best video of music.” The victory was Beyoncé’s second-youngest man to win a grammy at some time and her husband Jay-eldest Z’s daughter Blue Ivy, 9.
At the 2021 Grammy Awards on Sunday, Beyoncé won his award for the best R&B album and found success.
Queen Bey earned her hit single “Black Parade” for the prestigious trophy and broke the world record for even the most Grammy Awards that a 28 years female artist has ever got.
The 39-year-old actor was awarded a standing ovation even by the audience, while Kenneth Edmonds “Babyface” and James Samuel “Jimmy Jam” Harris III awarded them. When she took to the stage to embrace, she became clearly emotional.
I’m so blessed. I’m so excited; I’m so grateful. “She has said she is taking a deep breath and seemed to suck up enthusiastic applause in the crowd. “As an artist, I agree that the days and times have been too complicated for me and most of our work. So I required the black queens, all those kings who empower and motivate me all over the world, to be uplifted, encouraged, and celebrated. That’s so cool.”
Beyoncé, the husband of whom Jay-Z watched fiercely from his couch, then gave thanks to her three daughters, including Blue Ivy, nine years of age, who had earlier this night been like her mom’s grammy-winner. The song “Blue Skin Baby” from Beyoncé, who won best musical video, was indeed a featured artist.
“Thank you very much, it is so magical. My daughter’s looking, I know “She stated. “They’re all witnessing two daughters and my son. She earned the Grammy tonight, Blue, huge congrats. I’m really glad of you and I’ve been so blessed to be your wife, your mom’s everything. Both of them are my sweets, and I am so glad of every one of them. I still love you, my rock.”
The singer was also nominated only for best R&B album, the year record, with the year track. In the early evening, she takes the stage to receive the award for her “Savage” feature from Megan Thee Stallion for her best rap results.
Beyoncé is by far the most nominated evening artist with nine possible awards.
The Hitmaker was nominated for 79 Grammy awards over the decades of her career – she won 24 before the performance on Sunday night.
Roddy Ricch, Dua Lipa, and Taylor Swift closely follow behind her for the second most nominated artist of that same evening.
“Black Parade” debuted on the inspirational album The Lion King: The Gift beat out Jhené Aiko feat’s “Lightning & Thunder.” John Legend, Jacob Collier’s feat “Everything I Need,” Mahalia & Ty Dolla $ign, Brittany Howard’s “See Me” and Emily King’s “Meee.”
Beyonce Daughter Also Got the Award
Officially a Grammy Prize recipient is Blue Ivy Carter!
The nine years daughter of Beyoncé and JAY-Z was given her first grammy on Sunday afternoon in preparation for the 63rd annual Grammy Award, competing in the “Brown Skin Girl” awards ceremony throughout the greatest music video classification for Beyoncé.
Blue Ivy even shares the beloved feat with “Brown Skin Girl,” Wizkid’s collaborator, and Jenn Nkiru, the video producer, to win the prize together with her popular mom.
Included in the list were fellow candidates such as Future and Drake, Harry Styles (“The Adore You,” “The Look-down”), Anderson Paak, and Woodkid (“Goliath”).
Blue Ivy is also the second youngest artist to have ever earned a Grammy prize after Leah Peasall, who claimed the album of its award-winning O Brothers’ Where Art Thou? Album only at the age of eight at the 2001 ceremony.
“Brown Skin Kid,” another of Beyoncé’s Lion King album’s songs, The Lion King: The Gift, received the standalone YouTube video treatment last August.
The video was only available to Disney Plus abonnés in the last musical film of Beyoncé, Black Is King, which was exclusively available for download also at the end of July.
In this video, Beyoncé names many famous faces like Lupita Nyong’o, Kelly Rowland, and Naomi Campbell – all of whom she calls drop-downs of the album – with her daughter, who is singing at opening and closing, in the presence of her daughter. Their song is black beauty lounges.
The clip includes a collection of dazzling pictures and dresses by Beyoncé and the rest of the guests, including guest features on Wizkid and Saint John album.