Beyoncé made history at the 63rd Grammy Awards by becoming the most decorated female artist of all time while her daughter Blue Ivy has become the second-youngest person ever to win a Grammy.
The pop titan won four gongs from her nine nominations on Sunday to make it 28 over her career, surpassing the 27 of bluegrass-country singer Alison Krauss.
As well as picking up best music video for Brown Skin Girl, Beyoncé also won best R&B performance for Black Parade, as well as best rap performance and best rap song for Savage, her collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion.
The haul means Queen Bey, 39, is level with revered producer Quincy Jones as the acts with the second most Grammy wins.
The late conductor Georg Solti remains the most successful, with 31.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter Blue Ivy won the prestigious award for contributing to her mother's Brown Skin Girl music video. The mother-daughter duo triumphed in the Best Music Video category over Harry Styles’ Adore You, Anderson .Paak's Lockdown, Woodkid’s Goliath, and Future‘s Life Is Good featuring Drake.
Blue Ivy is second only to Leah Peasall of The Peasall Sisters, who is the youngest Grammy nominee, and winner, ever after she featured on the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack, which won album of the year in 2001 when she was eight years old.
Before delivering the acceptance speech for her fourth and final award of the day, Beyoncé hugged her husband Jay-Z.
She fought back tears while recalling her glittering career and paid tribute to black artists who "continue to inspire me and inspire the whole world".
She said: "I am so honoured, I am so excited. As an artist I believe it's my job and all of our jobs to reflect the times and it's been such a difficult time so I wanted to uplift, encourage, celebrate all of the beautiful black queens and kings that continue to inspire me and inspire the whole world.
"This is so overwhelming. I have been working my whole life, since nine years old and I can’t believe this happened, it’s such a magical night. Thank you so much."
Adding to a day to remember for Beyoncé's family, Jay-Z shared the best rap song Grammy as he co-wrote Savage.
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Beyoncé has 79 nominations in total, making her even with Paul McCartney as the second most-nominated artist of all time after her husband Jay-Z and Quincy Jones, who share the top spot with 80 nominations each.
U2 are the most Grammy-nominated and Grammy award-winning band of all time with 22 wins.