Beyoncé Wins Best Urban Contemporary Album
Beyoncé showed love to her deep Southern roots and family in her first Grammys speech of the evening on Sunday when Lemonade was named the Best Urban Contemporary Album, beating Rihanna’s Anti and Anderson Paak’s Malibu. Beyoncé speech, just after delivering a performance of “Love Drought” and “Sandcastles” while baring her beautiful baby bump, included her hopes for her children and the importance of giving every child of every race the chance to see their full potentials.
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