Forbes list of highest paid female music artists in 2017 crowned Beyonce despite her taking a break on her behalf newly born twins Rumi and Sir in June this year.
Beyonce topped the list and has edged out Adele and Taylor Swift for the cashed-up crown. R&B experience Beyonce has dethroned Taylor Swift as the highest-earning female musician of 2017, matching to an annual Forbes list.
The publication released its 2017 list for the highest-paid women in music on Monday, exposing that Beyonce leads just how with an eye-popping USD 105 million us dollars pretax.
The ‘Lemonade’ hit-maker is the only real person on the list to hit the nine numbers milestone. The article attributed her success in 2017 to the discharge of her 6th studio record ‘Lemonade’ as well as her Creation World Travel which grossed 25 % billion dollars.
Adele, whose ’25’ album broke first-week of the united states sales files in 2015 and who completed her first major tour since 2011, occupied the next place with around USD 69 million, despite having no major endorsements for other products.
Swift, who topped the previous year’s list with USD 170 million in projected income, raked in USD 44 million this time despite having done her 1989 world tour.
The amounts and rankings result from pretax income during June 1, 2016 through June 1, 2017, , nor take out fees recharged by agents, professionals, lawyers, and anyone else on the divas’ payrolls.
With Celine Dion (USD 42 million), and Jennifer Lopez (USD 38 million) rounding off the most notable 5 with get ranking fourth and fifth, respectively.
Here’s a check out Forbes’ set of the top 10 highest-paid women in music are the following:
1) Beyonce – USD 105 million
2) Adele – USD 69 million
3) Taylor Swift – USD 44 million
4) Celine Dion – USD 42 million
5) Jennifer Lopez – USD38 million
6) Dolly Parton – USD 37 million
7) Rihanna – USD 36 million
8) Britney Spears – USD 34 million
9) Katy Perry – USD 33 million
10) Barbra Streisand – USD 30 million (ANI)