Taylor Swift Is Officially The World’s Second Richest Self-Made Female Musician

With an estimated fortune of $740 million, Swift is second only to billionaire songstress Rihanna.

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Taylor Swift is singing all the way to the bank.

The “Anti-Hero” songstress is officially the second wealthiest self-made female musician, with a net worth of $740 million, according to Forbes‘ list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women.

Swift trails only fellow pop superstar Rihanna, who is both the richest self-made female musician and America’s youngest self-made billionaire, with a net worth of $1.4 billion.

As the New York Post notes, Swift has handily surpassed fellow ultra-rich female artists Madonna ($580 million) and Beyonce ($540 million). News of the Maxim Hot 100 Megastar and former Hot 100 cover star’s massive fortune comes amid her Eras Tour, arguably the hottest concert ticket of the summer.

Fandom among Swifties attending the current tour has turned into a full-on frenzy. Some have reported experiencing “post-concert amnesia” while others say they’ve worn adult diapers to ensure they don’t miss a minute of the performance.

As tickets to Swift’s Eras Tour first went on sale last year, the demand reportedly crashed Ticketmaster, which led to a massive backlash against the ticket site and an antitrust investigation by the Department of Justice, Forbes reports.

And those are just a couple symptoms of T-Swift fever. Following the release of her 10th studio album, Midnights, in October of 2022, Swift became the first artist in the Billboard Hot 100’s 65-year-history to claim all top 10 songs in a single time frame, led by “Anti-Hero” in the No. 1 spot.

If Swift continues churning out hits, it seems like a spot on Forbes’ Billionaire list is destiny.