Jay-Z speaks out about Beyoncé’s Grammys omission.

For Beyoncé, Jay-Z will always be in “Formation.”

At the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday, the 41-year-old “Crazy in Love” singer was the early favorite to win Album of the Year for “Renaissance.”

But Harry Styles managed to surprise everyone by taking home the prize for his album “Harry’s House.

In an interview with his music streaming service Tidal prior to the event, Jay-Z, the 53-year-old founder of Roc-A-Fella Records, stated his optimism that Beyoncé’s song will take home the illustrious trophy.

Jay-Z outlined the reasons why his wife earned the honor as well as the significance of the record.

“Look at the damage it has caused to culture. “Look how the world’s energy shifted,” the New Yorker said. “In the club, they play her entire record. I’m not sure whether I’ve ever witnessed that. Everything in the place, like, everything.

Jay-Z, together with John Legend, Lil Wayne, Fridayy, and Rick Ross, performed the DJ Khaled song “God Did” at the event on Sunday.


Beyoncé fans weren’t very happy when British singer Harry Styles won the Grammy for Album of the Year. Jay-Z has consistently stood behind his wife.

Rapturous acclaim was given to the “Holy Grail” rapper’s four-minute stanza by both the audience and his devotees.

He performed with Beyoncé at the Grammys over ten years ago, in 2014. When asked why he decided to perform again, he told Tidal that he wanted to pay tribute to hip-hop music.

“We have to do it for the culture and for hip-hop. To them, we owe. Jay-Z stated, “This thing that transformed our life.

At the Grammy Awards, a four-minute verse was performed. It’s not even a hardship; we owe it to the culture. It’s a good thing. It’s simple and enjoyable,” he continued.

When Queen Bey won the awards for Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Dance/Electronic Recording, Best Song Written for Visual Media, Best R&B Song, and Best Dance/Electronic Record during the ceremony, she created history.

With these victories, she now has the most Grammys of any artist with 32.

In her victory speech, the former member of Destiny’s Child remarked, “I’m trying not to be too emotional. “I want to give God praise for guarding me. I’d also want to thank the “gay community” for their support, as well as my uncle Johnny, who isn’t there but is there in spirit.

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At the 65th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Beyonce collects the trophy for “Renaissance,” her album for dance and electronic music.

Styles’ victory caused Beyoncé’s followers to go crazy and yell that she had been “robbed.”

On Twitter, one fan stated, “I demand a RECOUNT.”

Another person said, “This is terrible since Renaissance is on the same list.”



Prosper Dougoli

Prosper Dougoli, also known as a Bomzydget, is a young Ghanaian tech content creator with extensive experience in Internet blogging.

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