QUIEN GANO MAS DINERO EN LA ULTIMA DECADA EN EL MUNDO DE LA MUSICA?

The Chainsmokers fue el acto electrónico mejor pago del mundo en 2018, con una ganancia de 46 millones de dólares, Forbes compartió los 10 artistas con mayores ingresos de la última década.

Lady Gaga se ubica en la parte inferior con ganancias por 500 millones de dólares, seguida por Katy Perry y Paul McCartney, quienes también aparecen en el fondo de la lista con ganancias de 530 millones y 535 millones, respectivamente. Jay-Z y Elton John aparecen 7° y 8°, registrando unos 560 y 565 millones ganados en la última década, respectivamente.

 

El rapero, productor discográfico y actor estadounidense Diddy ocupa el quinto lugar, por debajo de U2 y Beyoncé, quienes obtuvieron 675 y 685 millones de dólares en los últimos diez años.

Taylor Swift ocupa el segundo lugar, unos 125 millones de dólares detrás de Dr. Dre, quien encabeza la lista con ganancias por encima de los 950 millones, a pesar de no haber lanzado un álbum en los últimos cinco años.

Este es el TOP 10 del chart publicado por Forbes:

10 | Lady Gaga ($500 million)
Despite some pauses to pursue film and TV projects, Gaga’s live music prowess and wildly successful albums landed her on our list.

9 | Katy Perry ($530 million)
The 2015 Forbes cover star hit the road aggressively over the past decade, with two separate tours grossing nine figures.

8. Paul McCartney ($535 million)
No Beatles, no problem: McCartney continued an epic solo run, selling out stadiums and even getting his first No. 1 album since 1982.

7. Jay-Z ($560 million)
Music’s first billionaire made his fortune by building companies, but the last ten years of touring—recently with Beyoncé—sure didn’t hurt.

6. Elton John ($565 million)
The Rocketman is blasting off on his last tour having fueled up his bank account with a decade of stadium shows and Vegas residency dates.

5. Diddy ($605 million)
He’s had more name changes than anyone on the list, but his earnings remained strong thanks mostly to his Ciroc vodka pact with Diageo.

4. U2 ($675 million)
The group’s 360 Tour wrapped in 2011, grossing over $700 million—its inflation-adjusted $800 million-plus tour tally is the highest ever.

3. Beyoncé ($685 million)
Queen Bey began the decade newly graduated from Destiny’s Child, quickly establishing her business bona fides in the studio and on the road.

2. Taylor Swift ($825 million)
Not old enough to buy a beer at the decade’s outset, Swift became a stadium-packing superstar—and music’s highest-paid woman of the 2010s.

1. Dr. Dre ($950 million)
The superproducer released one album this decade and barely toured, but had music’s top business achievement: Apple’s $3B buyout of Beats.

Fuente: Revista Forbes/ Mag