Who has the greatest Grammy wins of all time, other than Beyonc?

Who has the greatest Grammy wins of all time, other than Beyonc? ...

The music business is bursting with talented musicians. Since 1959, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has honored musicians, composers, technicians, directors, sound engineers, and others of all kinds with the highest honor, the Grammy.

Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney, Jay-X, Kanye West, Taylor Swift, Beyoncé — the list goes on and on. The real question is who among them has won the most Grammy Awards?

Queen Beyoncé set a new record for the most Grammy Awards in history with a staggering 32 awards.

She set a new record in and of itself, but it becomes even more significant when she accomplished it at the age of 41. Who did she beat out to get there? We have (you covered) the answer.

Who has the second-most Grammy wins of all time?

Georg Solti, a Hungarian-British conductor, held the record for most Grammy awards of all time in 1997, until Beyoncé beat him in 2023, according to the New York Times. He died of a heart attack at the age of 84.

Solti is best known as the former music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, which he held from 1969 to 1991. He is widely credited for transforming the orchestra's international reputation, including by being made a Knight Commander of the British Empire in 1972.

Solti was the principal conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra from 1979 to 1983, a position he held in tandem with his directorial appointment at the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. He was also the music director at the Orchestre de Paris from 1972 until 1975.

Solti was nominated 74 times for a Grammy in his lifetime, and was posthumously honored for his final Grammy for Best Opera Recording at the 40th Annual Grammy Awards in 1998 for the opera Wagner: Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg.