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Beyoncé may have lost her Instagram “like” crown to Kylie Jenner this week, but the singer has set another record based on the amount of folks who like her product.

Bey has just become the first woman to have three albums surpass a billion streams on Spotify, MTV reports. The album that gave Beyoncé the record was 2011’s “4,” which just hit one billion streams. That album, which featured “1+1”, “Run the World (Girls),” and “Love on Top.” The other two earning a billion Spotify streams are 2008’s “I Am… Sasha Fierce” and her 2013 visual album.

Perhaps most impressive about Beyoncé’s latest feat is that she broke the record without even having her entire discography on Spotify, as she’s remained loyal to her husband Jay-Z’s streaming service TIDAL since its 2015 launch. One of her albums currently missing from Spotify is her most recent, “Lemonade.”

Meanwhile, Beyonce lost her “most-liked” title on Instagram to Kylie Jenner this week. In 2017, Bey’s pregnancy announcement of her twins Rumi and Sir Carter took the top spot generated 11.2 million likes.

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Jenner’s post of her newborn baby girl Stormi Webster on Wednesday amassed more than 14 million likes.

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