Taylor Swift, or should I say Doctor Taylor Swift has exceptional credentials. I might be biased, but I am certainly not the only one who thinks so.
Since breaking into the music industry in 2006, some of Swift’s accolades have included winning eleven Grammys, including three for Album of the Year, making her the first and only female to achieve that honour. She has also sold over 114 million units worldwide across her nine studio albums. If all this wasn’t enough, she has now been named a Doctor of Fine Arts by New York University.
It’s safe to say that Swift has had an extraordinary career and she is far from slowing down. After having the rights to her first six studio albums sold to Scooter Braun, manager to Justin Bieber, and then sold on again, Swift began the process of re-recording her albums, so that she could become the rightful owner of her work.
She now dubs these re-recorded albums, ‘Taylors Version’. So far, she has released two re-recorded albums, ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ and ‘Red (Taylor’s version)’, but you never know when she might drop another one. This was especially clear when she released two surprise albums, ‘Folklore’ and ‘Evermore’, in 2020. When Taylor is concerned, you never know what to expect, so keep an eye out for more re-recordings, or a surprise film, or maybe a PHD. Who knows?
So, how on earth do you put a price on all that? Here’s what we know about the queen of song-writing’s net worth:
What is Taylor Swift’s net worth in 2022?
According to several internet sources, including Celebrity Net Worth, Swift’s net worth is $400 million.
Rolling Stone also reported that Swift was the only woman to grace the list of top ten highest-paid musicians of 2021.
She is certainly one of the most accomplished artists of her generation and we can’t wait to see what her thirties have in store for her.
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