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It's official: Taylor Swift has earned her way into the Guinness Book of World Records 2016, proving that you can still pull off multiple blockbuster selling albums in the digital age. 

Earlier this week, it was announced that the recent MTV VMA winner will appear in the upcoming Guinness World Records 2016, which is available for sale in September, for banking the most million-selling weeks on U.S. albums charts. Need the receipts? 

Well, Taylor is the only act to ever nab three million-selling weeks on the Billboard 200 albums chart since Nielsen SoundScan started tracking sales in the early '90s. Among those albums include 2010's Speak Now (1.047 million copies), 2012's Red (1.208 million copies) and 2014's 1989 (1.287 million copies). Those are first week sales, mind you.

It's not her only Guinness World Records achievement either. Back in November 2010, she had 11 tracks appear on the Billboard Hot 100, landing her the title for most simultaneous U.S. Hot 100 hits by a female.

To see who else landed in the 2016 Guinness World Records book, make sure you pick up your copy on September 10.

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