Adele has joined Rihanna as the second female artist to have three songs with over two billion views on YouTube.

Adele's song "Someone Like You" has reached two billion views on YouTube, making it her third track to achieve the same after "Rolling in the Deep" and "Hello."

Rihanna's tracks that have crossed two billion views are "Diamonds," "This Is What You Came For" with Calvin Harris, and "Love The Way You Lie" with Eminem.

Adele and Rihanna began their musical journeys at an early age and have won millions of hearts with their melodious voices and many accolades.

Adele's "Someone Like You" spent five weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 39 weeks on the all-genre chart.

Adele's sophomore album, "21," is her biggest album to date; it spent 560 weeks on the Billboard 200, with 24 of those weeks in the No. 1 spot.

Adele's "Someone Like You" video shows her walking alongside a bridge and several abandoned streets in Paris while singing the emotional lyrics.

The video for "Someone Like You" is shot in black-and-white and considered one of her signature songs.

Adele recently reached a new milestone with her songs while going through an emotional period in her life.

Fans of both Adele and Rihanna are celebrating the achievement of their favorite artists, calling them the "two queens of the music industry."

Adele's song "Hello" currently has 3 billion views on YouTube, making it her most viewed video as of press time.

"Someone Like You" was released in January of 2011 as the second single from Adele's sophomore album, "21," and is now considered one of her signature songs.