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Taylor Swift and Beyoncé Named Highest-Paid Women in Music

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Taylor Swift and Beyoncé Named Highest-Paid Women in Music

Taylor Swift and Beyoncé Named Highest-Paid Women in Music

Taylor Swift and Beyoncé Named Highest-Paid Women in Music 'Forbes' recently released its list of the highest-paid women in music from June 2018 to June 2019.

Swift amassed a whopping $185 million thanks to her 'Reputation' stadium tour and nine-figure deal with Republic Records.

Queen Bey raked in $81 million thanks to the 'On the Run II' stadium tour and her 'Homecoming' album and Netflix special.

Rounding out the top 10 are: Rihanna - $62 million, Katy Perry - $57.5 million, Pink - $57 million, Ariana Grande - $48 million, Jennifer Lopez - $43 million, Lady Gaga - $39.5 million, Celine Dion - $37.5 million and Shakira - $35 million.


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