Per Forbes, by the time Beyoncé released her last proper album Lemonade in 2016, she was worth $265 million. She is now up to $450 million.
It reveals how successful the superstar has been on several industries, to the surprise of nobody.
She now faces one of her strongest challenges yet. After smashing the physical era in her 20s with the Destiny’s Child and the download era in her 30s solo, now in her 40s, she returns with her first album to embrace the streaming world.
Barbadian superstar Rihanna has been the ultimate hit machine since she began her career in the mid 2000s. No matter what your age is, you know songs like Umbrella, Don’t Stop the Music and We Found Love. It’s hard to believe this woman is only 33 years old!
Since 2006, all of her studio albums have featured at least one massive number one hit. Often regarded as a singles artist, we’ll now find out how true (or false) this claim is!
Every year China seems to be climbing several positions on IFPI’s top music market’s ranking and the growth doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
In just a few years we could see this country overtake markets like the UK, France and Germany and seriously challenging Japan! So who is benefiting the most from this? Just like we did with Gaana earlier this year we’re now looking at the most followed international artists on QQ Music, China’s biggest streaming service.
Britney Spears is the best-selling female artist who debuted in the past 25 years. She shaped an entire generation with her debut album, however, did the pop icon ever manage to replicate that success? We’ll find out shortly!
Britney Spears was the trigger of a new generation of super successful divas when she exploded 20 years ago. That was at the peak of the CD era. How is she performing under a completely different environment almost entirely made of streaming?
While the eyes of the many music industry observers are focused on the Chinese and Latin American markets development, the real action now is actually happening in India. Streaming platforms already count there with more than 150 million active users. This led both Spotify and YouTube Music giants to deploy their service in India over the last month.
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