Beyoncé has won another award. The iconic entertainer’s “PLASTIC OFF THE SOFA” won Best Traditional R&B Performance at the 65th Grammy Awards.
According to the Recording, Best Traditional R&B Performance is awarded “for new vocal or instrumental traditional R&B recordings.”
It gives Beyoncé her third win in this category, having accepted her first trophy (formerly Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance) in 2010 for her soulful remake of Etta James’ “At Last.”
Beyoncé’s cover of “At Last” was featured on the official soundtrack of the 2009 film Cadillac Records, in which she starred as James.
At the 55th Grammy Awards, Beyoncé won Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Love On Top.” The throwback jam, featured on 2011’s 4, became her first No. 1 on Billboard’s Adult R&B Airplay chart, and remained atop the summit for seven weeks.
Accepting the Best Traditional R&B Performance award, Beyoncé ties with Lalah Hathaway as the most awarded artist in this category, with three wins.
The track was co-written by Beyoncé, Sabrina Claudio, Sydney Bennett, Nick Green, and Patrick Paige II. It was also co-produced by Beyoncé and Syd.
Beyoncé, nominated for nine Grammys this year, won Best Dance/Electronic Recording for “Break My Soul” earlier today at the premiere ceremony.
Listen to Beyoncé’s “PLASTIC OFF THE SOFA” below.