Musicians Beyoncé and Billie Eilish have earned multiple entries in the 2023 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records.
The Break My Soul singer earned more than a dozen entries, as she is the first act to debut at number one with their first seven studio albums and has the highest annual earnings for a female singer.
Beyoncé also tops the list with the most current Twitter engagements for a female musician and shares the world record with husband Jay-Z for the highest-earning couple in Hollywood.
Meanwhile, 20-year-old Eilish has the most consecutive Grammy nominations for Record of the Year by a female and is the youngest person to win the Triple Crown of film music awards.
She took home the Oscar, Golden Globe, and Grammy awards for her James Bond theme song, No Time to Die.
Other inductees in the 2023 Guinness World Records book include The Weeknd, who has the biggest selling digital single for Save Your Tears, Ed Sheeran's Shape of You is the most-streamed track on Spotify; and Anitta earned a world record for being the first Latin solo artist to reach number one on Spotify.
The 95-year-old Tony Bennett is the oldest person to release an album of new material, and Dolly Parton has the most decades with a Top 20 hit on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart.
The 2023 Guinness Book of World Records reveals the latest and greatest achievements across the categories of space, sports, engineering, entertainment, "life on earth," the human body, and "extraordinary exploits."