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Uncredited Awards That Beyonce Should Receive This Year

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Over the course of her career, Beyonce has received several awards for her impeccable artistry in the music industry. The multi-talented songstress has won approximately 474 awards in total and has been nominated for over 500 awards both individually and with Destiny’s Child. Beyonce is Time’s most influential person this year and has also been ranked in Forbes’ most powerful celebrities.

Amidst all of her accomplishments, there is definitely more recognition that she deserves being as big of a force in the music industry as she is. If the Bey Hive were to have an award show of its own, here are some of the awards that Beyonce would win.

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Best Dressed Award

Beyonce does not get nearly enough credit for her amazing ensembles that she throws together.

Best Ride or Die Award

All the media, gossip and angry stan hate that these to see everyday, it's amazing how Jay and Bey stay afloat and so in love. Beyonce is definitely riding shot gun for the long haul.

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Best Off-Guard Photos Award

We can't tell whether they are planned or not, but they're hot.

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Best Social Awareness Campaign Award

King Bey is the ultimate feminist when she wants to be.

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Best Pic Stitch Award

She always slays in her triple pic stitch photos.

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Best Baby Hair Award

Beyoncé got that good good.

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Best Mommy-Daughter Duo Award

Although we seldom see Blue's face, when constantly see how much of a good mother Yonceé is to her little one.

Best Performance Fits Award

Costumes or outfits Beyoncé always brings something fresh and innovative to her performance wear.

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Best Enigmatic Illustrations Award

A fancy criminal? What does this even mean?

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Best Hair Award

Flawless curls and the only one who rocks this color to the fullest.

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Best Grills Award

Yonce goes trill with her gold grills. Only she can make something as ratchet as this chic.

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Best TBT Award

There's a lot of celebrities who don't participate in TBT like Yonce. Her throwbacks were superstar status even before her time.

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