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Forbes List 2017: Beyonce Albums made her the World’s Highest-Paid Women In Music



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American Singer Beyonce Albums has edged out Adele and Taylor Swift for the cashed-up crown. According to an annual Forbes list, The queen bee’s hit album Lemonade and Formation World Tour made her the highest-paid woman in music 2017.

On Monday, Forbes List 2017 had released for the highest-paid women in music, revealing that Beyonce leads the way with a USD 105 million dollars (₹682 Crore) pre-tax.

Adele completed her first major tour since 2011, and his 25 album broke first-week of the US sales records in 2015, occupied the second place with an estimated USD 69 million (₹448 Crore), and there are no major endorsements for other products.

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Forbes List 2017 for Music: Beyonce Named as World's Highest-Paid Women In Music 2017

Forbes List 2017 for Music: Beyonce Named as World’s Highest-Paid Women In Music 2017

Taylor Swift, who topped in a list 2016 with USD 170 million in predicted earnings, ranked third on the list with USD 44 million (₹286 Crore) this time and despite having completed her 1989 World Tour.

Beyonces's Lemonade Album

Image of Beyonce’s Lemonade Album

The top 10 highest-paid women in music 2017’s Forbes List

  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

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Beyonce's Formation Tour Album

Image of Beyonce’s Formation Tour Album

Beyonce Albums

Beyonce Albums

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