A genuine superstar, Beyoncé. The 28-time Grammy winner has been inducted into the Hall of Fame of Guinness World Records.
She has broken records for having the “highest annual earnings for a female vocalist,” according to Rolling Stone, and for being the “first act to launch at number one with their first six studio albums.”
Additionally setting records on social media, Queen Bey. For having the “most recent Twitter engagements (retweets) for a female musician,” she is at the top of Guinness’ list.
Beyonce and her husband Jay Z are also the “highest earning couple in Hollywood ever,” according to Guinness.
Even though she broke the record for most studio albums to debut at number one in a single week (her first six), that entry will soon alter. Renaissance, her most recent album, also made its Billboard chart debut at the top spot.
The 16-track album garnered 32,000 equivalent album units, which includes 179 million streams and 190,000 complete sales, according to Luminate.
She appeared on the Isley Brothers’ reworking of their 1975 hit song “Make Me Say It Again, Girl” when Renaissance was released. According to Ronald Isley, putting Beyoncé on wax was the primary priority when he started working on this record.
“I’d met and talked to Beyoncé when she was just getting started with Destiny’s Child. When we began recording our new album out here [Los Angeles] last year, the idea of working with Beyoncé was one of the first things I thought about. She worked on this just about the whole last year in between recording her own album, doing her vocals for this while she was in the Hamptons.”
This announcement comes just a few weeks after the “Break My Soul” singer celebrated her 41st birthday. For her B-day bash, she hosted a Boogie Nights themed party.
Attendees included Kelly Rowland, Lizzo, Lala Anthony, Adele, Ciara, Halle Bailey, Monica, Offset, Jazmine Sullivan and more.