Taylor Swift Is The Highest Paid Woman In Music
Taylor Swift, Adele and Madonna take the top spots on the famed Forbes list.

It comes as no surprise that Taylor Swift is the highest-paid female artist in music today and sits at the top spot on Forbes’ World’s Hight-Paid Women in Music list, as the youngest female of the wealthy bunch.

Taylor Swift celebrated her debut self-titled album’s 10th anniversary on Oct. 24, and in her decade since crashing onto the music scene, the singer has ferociously built her empire, with Billboard 200 top-charting albums, a plethora of endorsements and business partnerships, and top-grossing tours, like her most recent 1989 tour, which drew in over $200 million. Swift flies to the top spot of Forbes’ list with $170 million made in the past year, replacing Katy Perry in pole position on the ranking.

Check out the top ten highest paid females in music below.

10. Celine Dion, $27 million
9. Shania Twain, $27.5 million
8. Britney Spears, $30.5 million
7. Jennifer Lopez, $39.5 million
6. Katy Perry, $41 million
5. Beyonce, $54 million
4. Rihanna, $75 million
3. Madonna, $76.5 million
2. Adele, $80 million
1. Taylor Swift, $170 million

NOTE: Taylor made more than the musicians ranked 6 - 10 combined.

Album Anniversary: Fall Out Boy - Infinity On High

Released: February 6, 2007

In 2007, Fall Out Boy were riding the wave of success created by their previous release, 2005’s From Under The Cork Tree. Their subsequent release became a huge hit, selling 260,000 copies in its first week and receiving platinum status from the RIAA only a month after its release. Featuring popular singles like “Thnks Fr Th Mmrs” and “This Ain’t a Scene, It’s an Arms Race”, the album continues to shine in fan favorites like “Thriller” and “Hum Hallelujah”. It illustrates a departure from the bands previous pop-punk sound in favor of a mixing of soul, R&B, classic rock, and 90’s punk reminiscent of Take This to Your Grave. Over the years since its release, it has become a pillar of 2000’s pop-punk, for obvious reasons. By combining musical complexity and lyrical merit, Fall Out Boy managed to create a pop-punk album that is enjoyable by all.

Rating:  ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆

For Fans of: Panic! At The Disco, Paramore, The Academy Is…

Listen to: “G.I.N.A.S.F.S.”, “Fame < Infamy”, “Don’t You Know Who I Think I Am?


Happy birthday to Mötley Crüe’Dr. Feelgood, the fifth album, released on September 1, 1989! Long live Mötley Crüe, and thank you for this amazing album! \m/ 💛

He’s the one they call Dr. Feelgood
He’s the one that makes you feel alright ♥