Forbes has released its list of the highest-paid women in music for 2019 and the one and only Taylor Swift has earned herself the number one spot.

The “You Need To Calm Down” singer reportedly raked in $185 million over the past year. This comes mostly from her “Reputation” stadium tour which grossed approximately $266 million and her deal with Universal Republic Records worth nine figures. Swift’s place on the list is really not surprising, though, since she was number one on Forbes’ 2019 highest paid celebrity list.

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Coming in at number two is Queen Bey who earned $81 million thanks to her On The Run II tour with husband Jay-Z and her Homecoming album and Netflix special.

Third place goes to Rihanna with $62 million, while fourth place goes to Katy Perry with $57.5 million. Other female powerhouses to make the top 10 include Pink, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez and Lady Gaga.

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These figures are based on pre-tax incomes from June 2018 to June 2019 and data from Nielsen Music and Pollstar.

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Forbes’ Highest-Paid Celebrities Of 2019