Which singer made the most money, 62 million, in 2016?

Billboard has published its list of artists who made more money in 2016 and the collection of musicians offers more of a surprise. At the top, a star indisputable: Beyoncé is, according to the specialized publication, the most boxed, with a whopping 62.1 million dollars.

These impressive profits are mainly due to the release of his Lemonade album in April of last year and a Formation World Tour that earned the star in the US alone more than 160 million dollars. No wonder Beyoncé took 20 million to the second group of the list: Guns N Roses, that after reuniting again for a tour, gained 42 million.

They are surprising the positions of great stars like Justin Bieber, who appears as the seventh with 30 million, most thanks to his world tour, or Adele, who was the fifth of the year with 37 million, although his album did not go well received. Beyoncé will now be able to dedicate herself to enjoying her little ones, who, surely, will not miss anything.


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