Stevie Wonder played harmonica on 'Jolene,' thanked by Beyonce at iHeartRadio Music Awards.    

The arrival of Beyonce Knowles-Carter at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards took place on Monday. She wore a complete black outfit, from her cowboy hat to her leather jacket and leggings to her towering heels...

With her husband Jay-Z, who was also dressed in all black, the superstar was seen in a backstage video that was posted on Instagram by iHeartRadio. The footage was taken inside the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles, where the awards event was taking place.  

Having launched her album "Act II: Cowboy Carter" on Friday, the event follows closely on the heels of the release of the album. 2024 saw the breakthrough country music album become the most streamed album on Spotify in a single day, and it quickly became the most popular album on social media.  

Beyoncé was presented with the Innovator Award, which was considered to be one of the most prestigious awards of the evening.According to iHeartRadio, the award is awarded to her by Stevie Wonder and is given annually to a single artist who has made a significant contribution to the music industry and to popular culture with their consistent contributions  

During the iHeartRadio Music Award ceremony, Beyonce expressed her gratitude to Stevie Wonder, stating that he played the harmonica on the song "Jolene."s.  

"Few artists in the course of history have taken creative risks, successfully transformed their music and influenced pop culture on the level that Beyoncé has," according to a press statement from iHeartRadio.Throughout the years, the global cultural icon has produced music that has topped the charts across numerous formats.  

In addition, she has designed and executed ground-breaking shows, such as the Renaissance World Tour, which was the highest-grossing tour in the history of the world for both an R&B artist and a Black female artist."  

The singer known for her hit song "Texas Hold 'Em" is currently creating waves in the country music field with her most recent chapter. She expressed her gratitude for the revolutionary successes that her new music had brought about, but she expressed her hope that "in the years to come, the mention of an artist's race, in relation to the release of genres of music, will be irrelevant."  

Ludacris served as the host of the awards show that was broadcast on Fox, as well as on iHeartMedia radio stations all over the world and mobile applications for iHeartRadio.  

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