The artist behind the hit ‘Lover,’ Taylor Swift, is positioned to earn over $100 million from Spotify alone in 2023, having accumulated a remarkable 26.1 billion streams since the start of the year.
Swift’s earnings have reportedly soared to about $104 million through November, according to a report on Page Six.
If the streams generated by the Grammy maker continue their upward trajectory through December, there’s a possibility she could end up with approximately $130 million from the streaming giant, as outlined by the outlet.
The top artist globally on Spotify, revealed on Wednesday, is the singer behind ‘Cruel Summer,’ with other high-performing artists including Bad Bunny, The Weeknd, Drake, and Peso Pluma.
Her hits ‘Cruel Summer’ and ‘Anti-Hero’ also made the top 10 songs globally, and her album “Lover” ranked number seven for the year.
The global sensation’s most recent victory coincides with the October revelation, as analyzed by Bloomberg News, confirming her entrance into billionaire status, propelled by the success of her Eras Tour.
Swift’s net worth, as reported by the outlet, has risen to $1.1 billion since the initiation of her worldwide tour earlier this year.
Altogether, the Grammy winner stands to pocket $130 million solely from the music platform this year.
With a projected revenue of $4.1 billion, as per the Washington Post, the singer’s tour has the potential to become the highest-grossing tour in history.
Swifties rushed to buy tickets for the Eras Tour in November 2022 and were left in a panic when Ticketmaster’s website infamously crashed, leaving several fans ticketless.
Tickets were instead sold to resellers, who were asking for up to $449 each. Some fans insisted they even saw prices reach up to $22,000.
The ordeal led to Swift unleashing her fiery anger while slamming Ticketmaster for the disastrous rollout.
Aside from the tour and Spotify, the “New Romantics” songstress is set to make more money with her “Eras Tour” film, which has been in theaters since October 13.
After seven weeks, the movie, as reported by Variety, has made $80 million in advanced sales and has surpassed the $250 million mark in global earnings.
The singer’s Eras Tour, which began earlier this year, has consistently stirred excitement among fans, sending them into a frenzy.
While enjoying financial success, Swift’s personal life is mirroring the themes of “All Too Well.”
The award-winning artist has taken a break from the international leg of her tour, spending several weeks with Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce.
The couple has decided to reside together in the tight end’s $6 million Kansas City mansion after a series of romantic date nights.