Rihanna has become the first female artist to rack up two billion streams worldwide on Apple Music.
The Diamonds hitmaker actually crossed the milestone on Thursday – International Women's Day, and she celebrated the news on Instagram on Saturday.
She shared a video clip of a girl dancing in front of a bus as she's cheered on by her pals, and captioned it, "when I found out that I was the first female artist to cross 2 billion worldwide streams on Apple Music! God is too lit (hyped up)!!!!"
Rihanna's new music achievement comes just weeks after she became the first artist in history to land eight number one hits from one album on the U.S. Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.
Consideration, her collaboration with SZA, became her 33rd overall chart-topper in February, and her eighth from her last album ANTI.
Rihanna started the run of number ones in April, 2016 with Work; she last topped the countdown in October with Desperado.