Beyoncé has been inducted into the 2023 Guinness World Records Hall of Fame.
Rolling Stone reports that the 41-year-old has more than a dozen entries in this year’s book, including the first act to debut at number one with their first six studio albums and the highest annual earnings for a female singer.
Together with her husband, Jay-Z, the couple holds five record titles, including the highest earning couple in Hollywood ever.
The Break My Soul singer also tops the list of most current Twitter engagements for a female musician.
In July, Beyoncé released her seventh solo studio album Renaissance which opened at number one on Billboard’s top albums chart.