Rihanna has broken another record.
The Barbados beauty now boasts 12 music videos certified with more than 100 million views on Vevo, more than any other artist. The latest video to make the cut is one of Rihanna's older songs. Released in 2009 off of RiRi's "Rated R" album, "Russian Roulette" became the singer's 12th video to hit the 100 million viewer mark.
"Russian Roulette" isn't one of the 25-year-old singer's best-known songs. The track, which never reached No.1 on the Billboard Charts, follows hits such as "What's My Name," "We Found Love," and "Diamonds" to hit such a number on Vevo. "Stay," "Don't Stop the Music," "California King Bed," "Where Have You Been," "Man Down," "Rude Boy," "Only Girl," and "Unfaithful," bring the artist to a total of 12.
This isn't the only record that Rihanna has set recently. Just weeks ago, the singer broke the record for most No. 1 songs on Billboard's Pop Songs' radio airplay chart, beating out previous record-holder Katy Perry.
Rih is currently in the midst of her Diamonds World Tour, a jaunt around the globe that has already been fraught with canceled shows due to the singer's illness. Last month Rihanna canceled shows in Dallas and Houston, announcing Wednesday that the shows will be rescheduled for Nov. 11 and Nov. 14.