Taylor Swift is shaking off her competition!
The "Blank Space" singer was just named the highest-paid woman in music by Forbes — earning $170 million over the past year.
The list, which looks at income from June 1, 2015 to June 1, 2016, credits the 26-year-old's "career-best haul" to her three million album sales, endorsements with brands such as Apple and Diet Coke and her 1989 World Tour, which grossed a quarter of a billion dollars.
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"She has been building her fan base for years, and that fan base crosses multiple market segments,” entertainment attorney Lori Landew of Fox Rothschild told the magazine. “It’s this ability to appeal to younger and older audiences, and those in between, that makes Taylor such a sure bet with both concert promoters and brands who want to affiliate with her and with the community she has cultivated.”
And Taylor won by a landslide, making more than Beyoncé and Adele combined!
Click through the gallery below to see which other female artists made the cut.