In addition to all of the money, fame and power that comes along with being a famous musician, there's also the opportunity to score incredible feats. Flip through my article and have a look at some of the most interesting world records held by these artists.
Marshall Mathers (aka Eminem) has scored his latest record from the organization in early 2020 with his new song “Godzilla.” It is the fastest rap verse in history, with Mathers rapping a staggering 224 words in 31 seconds. He also holds World Records for the most words used in a hit single.
Ariana Grande holds a number of Guinness World Records. According to that organization, Grande is the female musician with the most subscribers on YouTube and the most followers on Instagram.
Long before her Super Bowl halftime show performance broke the internet, Colombian artist Shakira was breaking Guinness World Records. She also had incredible success on social media — she’s the first person to ever get 100 million likes on Facebook, and in 2015 she was the most-liked musician on the platform.
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