AceShowbiz - Beyonce Knowles and Billie Eilish can now add new accomplishments to their resumes. The "Crazy in Love" hitmaker and the "Happier Than Ever" singer are among the list of music legends who break multiple Guinness World Records for the 2023 edition.
The wife of Jay-Z lands more than a dozen entries in this year's book. She becomes the "First act to debut at number one with their first first six studio albums" and to have the "Highest annual earnings for a female singer." In addition, she tops Guinness' list of "Most current Twitter engagements (retweets) for a female musician."
Beyonce also shares accolades with her hip-hop mogul husband as they hold the record for "Highest earning couple in Hollywood ever." Not stopping there, the mom of three becomes the latest person to be inducted into the Guinness World Records Hall of Fame following BTS (Bangtan Boys), Simone Biles and Greta Thunberg.
As for Billie, she tops the list book for "Most consecutive Grammy nominations for Record of the Year (female)" as well as "Youngest person to win the 'Triple Crown' of film music awards." She gets the second nod after taking home an Oscar, Golden Globe and Grammy for her James Bond track, "No Time to Die" at just 20 years old.
Another female artist to be featured in the 2023 edition of record-breaking achievements is Anitta, who earns a World Record as the "First Latin solo artist to reach number one on Spotify." The Weeknd is also inducted for "Biggest selling digital single" ("Save Your Tears") while Ed Sheeran is inducted for "Most-streamed track on Spotify" ("Shape of You").
Dolly Parton also boasts her name in the book for "Most decades with a Top 20 hit on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart." Tony Bennett, in the meantime, is honored for being the "Oldest person to release an album of new material" after dropping "Love for Sale" with Lady GaGa in 2021 when he was 95 years old. As for Rihanna, she breaks the record for becoming the female artist with the most US No.1 singles in a year.