What can’t Queen Bey do?! Guinness World Records just shared its 2023 inductee list, and Beyoncé is featured multiple times in the latest edition of the book. According to BillboardBey earned more than a dozen entries in this year’s Guinness World Records book, including “First act to debut at number one with their first six studio albums,” which includes their most recent album ‘Rebirth’. Bey is also listed as an artist with the “highest annual earnings for a female singer.”
In addition to Beyoncé being added to the list, she also ranks first on Guinness’s list of “Most Recent Twitter Engagements (Retweets) for a Female Musician” and shares the world record with her husband Jay-Z for “The Couple highest-earning Hollywood ever.”
Bey is not the only one on the list. Guinness has been tracking record breaking achievements since 1955 and Billie Eilish has also landed a spot. She earns two new achievements for “Most Consecutive Grammy Nominations for Record of the Year (Female)” and “Youngest Person to Win the Film Music Awards ‘Triple Crown’.”
He also took home an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a Grammy for his James Bond theme, ‘No Time to Die’. Billie has achieved so much at just 20 years old! Other musicians include The Weeknd, for the “best selling digital single” ‘Save Your Tears’. Ed Sheeran, for “Most Played Song on Spotify” ‘Shape of You’. Anitta, who set a world record as the “first Latin solo artist to reach number one on Spotify.”
Guinness is showing love to artists of all ages. Tony Bennett appears in this year’s edition as the “Oldest person to release an album of new material” with the album ‘Love for Sale’. Tony released the album in 2021 at age 95. Dolly Parton also gets an entry for “Most Decades with a Top 20 Hit on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.”
Roommates, what do you think of the latest Guinness entry?