Beyoncé Inducted Into Record Book Hall Of Fame



Beyoncé Inducted Into Record Book Hall Of Fame


Beyoncé Joins The Likes Of Bts, Simone Biles And Greta Thunberg As Inductees Of The Guinness World Record Hall Of Fame.

Following the release of his seventh studio album, Renaissance, to critical acclaim earlier this year, Beyoncé marked the beginning of another era of innovative excellence. Ms Knowles-Carter recently made history again by being inducted into the Guinness World Records Hall of Fame. 
The artist has reportedly snagged more than a dozen tickets to this year's book, including becoming the first act to debut at number one with their first six studio albums and the biggest annual earnings for a female singer. Beyoncé also topped the world's famous list of most recent Twitter engagements (retweets) to a singer.

With husband Jay-Z, Queen Bey and Hov hold the record for the "highest paid Hollywood couple of all time" in 2022 and the artist's biggest streaming week ever. Last month, she took to Instagram to celebrate every song from her latest album that made the Billboard Hot 100. Beyoncé leads the United States in the Hall of Fame for the first time in 14 years. Elsewhere in this year's book;
Billie Eilish topped the list for "Most Consecutive Grammy Record of the Year Nominations (Female)" and "Youngest Person to Win Motion Picture Music Awards 'Triple Crown'". Month ago, Drake, Kim Kardashian, Offset and more attended Beyoncé's 41st birthday party.

As TMZ points out, the paparazzi didn't take any pictures of the birthday girl on her own big day, but they did take a picture of her husband JAY-Z wearing a red suit and sunglasses. 
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