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Beyoncé Inducted Into The Guinness World Records Hall of Fame

Beyoncé has done it again! The Queen of femme pop, as dubbed by Guinness, has broken more records, having landed over a dozen entries in this year’s Guinness World Record Book

The “Renaissance” singer has also been inducted into the Guinness World Records Hall of Fame for her extraordinary year. Bey was named the first act to debut at number one with their first six studio albums and the highest annual earnings for a female vocalist. She was also crowned as the female musician with the most Twitter engagements, among other impressive records. Her equally famous spouse, Jay-Z, also made the list alongside his wife as they were donned the highest earning couple in Hollywood.

These latest accolades come as no surprise considering that “Renaissance,” the album, was recently named the seventh-biggest streaming debut of all albums released in 2022 and Beyoncé’s biggest streaming week of her career. The mother of three is no stranger to milestones such as these. Her 2013 self-titled surprise album sold 828,773 copies in just 72 hours, shattering album sale records, which was iconic considering she had no promotion for the album.

While Bey tops this year’s World Record list, fellow singer Billie Eilish also landed several impressive entries. The 20-year-old is the only female with the most consecutive Grammy nominations for Record of the Year and the youngest person to win the “Triple Crown” of film music awards, earning an Oscar, Golden Globe, and Grammy.

Congratulations to Queen Bey and the rest of the Guinness World Record holders.

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