Fans of “You need to Calm Down” singer won’t be much surprised to know that Taylor Swift has secured the first spot in the Forbes 2019 list of Top 10 Highest-paid women in music. She ranked first and all thanks to her pre-tax earning $185 over the past year. I know you would like to know about other music artist and their position on the list. So, let’s find out.
The 29-year-old singer is securing a topmost position in the list. Are you wondering how she made that much? It’s pretty simple. She did make most of her money through her Reputation Tour, which grossed $266 million. Besides, she made a “nine-figure deal” with Universal Republic Records.
The real money magnet this year is her new album “Lover” which become top-selling music album in the United States just after a few days of its release. Last month, Forbes named her “Highest-paid celebrity overall” in 2019 list. So, money is nothing but a slave of “ME!” star, this is what we can say.
The second spot on the 2019 Forbes’s List of Highest-paid women in music is nothing but our Lion King’s Queen “Beyonce” . Her pre-tax earnings are $81. She made her money through her On the Run II Tour with Jay-Z, and other sources of income are homecoming album and Netflix special.
BadGalRiri secured the third spot with her pre-tax earnings of $62 million. Katy Perry hit the fourth spot with estimated earnings of $57.5 million.
Other positions are taken by
Pink with $57 million earning
Ariana Grande with $48 million
Jennifer Lopez with $43 million
And Lady Gaga with $39.5 million
These estimated earnings are pre-tax earning of celebrities, and even it doesn’t include fees for managers, lawyers, and their agents.