Rihanna Reacts To Passing Two Billion Apple Music Streams: 'God is Too Lit!'

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Rihanna attends Fenty Beauty by Rihanna launch, Spring Summer 2018, on Sept. 7, 2017 in New York City.

She's the first female artist to reach the milestone on the streaming platform.

Rihanna has just added another major achievement to her collection of accolades, and set a new standard for streaming in the process.

The pop star, beauty boss, and fashion mogul has just crossed the 2 billion mark for worldwide streams on Apple Music. She’s the first female artist to do so -- she hit the milestone on International Women’s Day, no less -- and tops Apple’s Top 20 Women in Streaming list as well.

Rihanna immediately shared her excitement and gratitude on social media, and opted to express herself not only with some humble thanks, but a perfect clip for the occasion.

2018 has gotten off to a successful start for Rihanna, who's reportedly expanding her Fenty fashion empire with a lingerie line and gearing up for the spring drop of her latest range for her Fenty x Puma collaboration.

On the charts, she's keeping up the year's winning momentum: "Lemon," her collaboration with N.E.R.D., clinched her fiftieth hit to grace the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 on the chart dated Jan. 24, and "Consideration" earned her the distinction of being the first artist to have eight singles from the same album, 2016's ANTI, top the Dance Club Songs chart on Feb. 24.