- Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion made history during the 63rd annual Grammy Awards
- The two superstars became the first female artists to bag the Best Rap Performance award on Sunday night
- Guinness World Records said the US musicians are officially the first female artists to ever win the category
Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion made music history on Sunday night, 14 March during the 63rd annual Grammy Awards.
Jay-Z's wife and the US rapper became the first female artists to win the Best Rap Performance category at the prestigious awards. Beyoncé and Megan Thee Stallion took the category with their smash hit, Savage Remix.
Guinness World Records took to Twitter to announce Queen B and Tina Snow's good news. The organisation wrote:
"@theestallion and @Beyonce HAVE OFFICIALLY MADE MUSIC HISTORY! The powerhouse artists are officially the FIRST female artists to ever win the category for Best Rap Performance at the @RecordingAcad - thanks to their hit 'Savage Remix'. Congratulations!"
The two talented artists fans took to Twitter to congratulate them for making music history. Check out some of the comments below:
"My girls made history."
"Ah!! That's dope. Y'all did that."
"EVEN A GUINNESS WORLD RECORD. I'M SO PROUD OF MY FAVES @Beyonce @theestallion."
"Congratulations to both ladies but no lie I never thought I’d see Beyoncé winning a Grammy for rap."
"Let's gooooo babyyyyyy @theestallion you did that! Keep it up... congrats."
"Beyoncé I love you."
"That’s epic, congratulations ladies @theestallion and @Beyonce."
In related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Beyoncé made history at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, 14 March. The US superstar broke the record for all-time wins by a woman and any singer (male or female) with 28 Grammy Awards when she bagged the best R&B performance for Black Parade.
The talented singer also took home the Best Music Video award for her smash track Brown Skin Girl.
The songstress, married to hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, is now three wins away from the all-time record of 31, held by conductor Georg Solti, according to CNN.
Beyoncé's fans from across the globe took to social media to congratulate her for making history with her wins on Sunday.
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