Taylor Swift tops World’s Highest-Paid Women In Music 2019(See full list)

The “Me!” singer Taylor Swift has topped the Forbes‘ list for highest-paid women in music after earning a whopping $185 million before taxes between June 2018 and June 2019 beating Beyoncé who came second with $81 million while Rihanna came in third on the list with $62 million.

This is the first time Swift has topped the list since 2016, when she earned $170 million. She came in third with $44 million in 2017 and second in 2018 with $80 million.

The pop star, who is opening the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards income comes from her huge Reputation stadium tour, which made $266 million, a record in the U.S.

She also earned big bucks for her new nine-figure deal with Universal’s Republic Records and her new album, Lover, which just dropped last week and is already the top-selling album of the year.

Beyoncé earned through the On the Run II tour with husband JAY-Z, her Homecoming album and Netflix special.

Katy Perry came fourth with $57.5 million and, last but not least, Pink with $57 million.

Highest 10 -paid women in music below:

1. Taylor Swift – $185 million

2. Beyoncé – $81 million

3. Rihanna – $62 million

4. Katy Perry – $57.5 million

5. P!nk – $57 million

6. Ariana Grande – $48 million

7. Jennifer Lopez – $43 million

8. Lady Gaga – $39.5 million

9. Celine Dion – $37.5 million

10. Shakira – $35 million

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