Taylor Swift set to earn over $100M from Spotify streaming revenue in 2023 alone

Taylor Swift's "The Eras Tour" concert film will be available for streaming in December
Credit: Taylor Swift Instagram

Looks like Taylor Swift is bejeweled in bling this season.

The “Cruel Summer” singer will be receiving more than $100 million from Spotify alone in 2023 after receiving 26.1 billion streams since the start of the year. Reports confirmed through Variety also reveal that Swift has earned around $104 million through November alone.

If the “Style” singer’s streaming on the platform continues rising at this rate through December, she will be encashing over a $130M check.  Spotify stated on Wednesday that the singer’s “Cruel Summer” was the top artist on the platform globally. Other top performers included Bad Bunny, The Weeknd, Drake, and Peso Pluma. Additionally, the giant streaming platform also revealed that “Cruel Summer” and “Anti-Hero” also made the top 10 songs globally list, and her album “Lover” ranked number seven for the year.

The 12-time Grammy winner reached billionaire status thanks to the success of her Eras Tour, where Swift reached a net worth of $1.1 billion since she embarked on her worldwide tour earlier this year, per an October report by Bloomberg.

The infamous Eras Tour is bound to make $4.1 billion, which could make it the highest-grossing tour in history.  As the worldwide Swifties rushed to purchase tickets for the tour, they were left in a state of panic when Ticketmaster’s website infamously crashed, leaving several fans ticketless. Additionally, they were sold to resellers who were demanding about $449 each, some reaching up to the threshold of $22,000.

According to reports gathered by Page Six, upon awareness of this fraudulent situation, the pop icon unleashed her wrath on Ticketmaster for their irresponsibility. Apart from the billions acquired through the worldwide tour and Spotify, the “Wildest Dreams” singer is set to make more millions with her “Eras Tour” film, which was released in theatres on October 13.

The movie made $80 million in advanced sales and has brought in more than $250 million globally after just seven weeks.

Not only is Swift winging it in her professional life, but her love life has thrived over leaps and bounds currently. With the Kansas City Chief’s player Travis Kelce’s hand intertwined with hers, the two have been making headlines daily for being romantic and cozy at several places. The latest update specifies that after the 2023 bootleg of her Eras tour concluded, the couple is shacking up in his newly-purchased $6M mansion for a few weeks until Swift has to hit the road again in 2024.

Taylor Swift’s ‘Wildest Dreams‘ are coming true!