American singer Mariah Carey has been honoured by Guinness World Records for her 1994 hit holiday track, “All I Want for Christmas Is You”. The song broke three world records.
Guinness World Records organisation announced on their website that the pop diva has set three world records with her Christmas classic. The song broke the record for highest-charting holiday (Christmas and New Year) song on the Billboard U.S. Hot 100 by a solo artist.
The song also set the bar for the most-streamed track on Spotify in 24 hours by a female artist, with 10,819,009 streams last December, as well as the record for most weeks in the UK singles Top 10 chart for a Christmas song at 20 weeks.
A very excited Mariah Carey took to her Instagram page to share photos from the presentation of her certificate.
Please her post below:
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Thank you so much Guinness World Records for honoring me with three records in the 2020 book! Michael from @guinnessworldrecords presented me with a certificate on stage, so naturally, I asked him to join us for the #AllIWantForChristmasIsYou finale! 😉🎅💝 📸 Denise Truscello
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Born May 1959, Mariah Carey is a top American singer, songwriter, actress and entrepreneur. She is referred to as the “Songbird Supreme” by the Guinness World Records.
She rose to fame in 1990 after signing to Columbia Records and releasing her eponymous debut album. The album topped the US Billboard 200 for eleven consecutive weeks.
Throughout her career, Carey has sold more than 200 million records worldwide, making her one of the best-selling music artists of all time.
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