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Taylor Swift is No.1 on Forbes World’s Highest-Paid Musicians 2016 | See Full list

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Forbes has released its list of World’s Highest-Paid Musicians of 2016 list with female Taylor Swift clinching the number on spot and

Maddonna, Rihanna, Adele, Beyonce making the top 10 position. Also, some of hip-hop’s heavyweights Diddy, Dr. Dre, Jay Z make the 30-man list, with Drake taking the last position on the cut.

Justin Bieber and Kenny Chesney tie at No.13 with $56 million, while Weeknd ties in with U2 at No. 15 with $55 million, as Dr. Dre and Katy Perry make another tie at No.25 with $38.5 million respectively.

See full list below.

  1. Taylor Swift ($170 million)
  2. One Direction ($110 million)
  3. Adele ($80.5 million)
  4. Madonna ($76.5 million)
  5. Rihanna ($75 million)
  6. Garth Brooks ($70 million)
  7. AC/DC ($67.5 million)
  8. Rolling Stones ($66.5 million)
  9. Calvin Harris ($63 million)
  10. Diddy ($62 million)
  11. Bruce Springsteen ($60.5 million)
  12. Paul McCartney ($56.5 million)
  13. Justin Bieber ($56 million, tie)
  14. Kenny Chesney ($56 million, tie)
  15. U2 ($55 million, tie)
  16. The Weeknd ($55 million, tie)
  17. Beyoncé ($54 million)
  18. Jay Z ($53.5 million)
  19. Luke Bryan ($53 million)
  20. Muse ($49 million)
  21. Foo Fighters ($48.5 million)
  22. Toby Keith ($47.5 million)
  23. Bigbang ($44 million)
  24. Elton John ($42 million)
  25. Katy Perry ($41 million, tie)
  26. Dr. Dre ($41 million, tie)
  27. Jimmy Buffett ($40.5 million)
  28. Mumford & Sons ($40 million)
  29. Jennifer Lopez ($39.5 million)
  30. Drake ($38.5 million)