Just when you thought Beyoncé had done it all, the superstar performer goes and stuns again. When her latest album Beyoncé received a nod for best urban contemporary album on Friday, she became the most Grammy-nominated woman in history, surpassing country queen Dolly Parton's record of 46 nominations, reports People.com.
But that's not the only award she'll be up for come Grammy night. Beyoncé snagged a total six nominations, including best R&B performance, best R&B song, and the coveted album of the year. That brings her to a grand total of 53 Grammy nods, with 17 wins so far for her work in Destiny's Child and as a solo artist, according to the Associated Press.
We bet that Queen Bey will nab more statues at the 57th annual Grammy Awards on February 8 (and we really hope she performs) but in the meantime, crank up this fast-paced playlist for a mini Beyoncé (and Destiny's Child) concert that will make you want to get moving.
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