The US Business Magazine “Forbes” is at it again with the Full List of The World’s Highest-Paid Musicians 2018 which we will be showing you the Top 20 World’s Highest-Paid Musicians List of 2018.

Meanwhile, it might Interest you to know that The 10 highest-paid musicians pulled in $886 million, about the same as last year’s combined tally. But this year’s list is more top-heavy, featuring four centimillion-dollar paychecks (the aforementioned names as well as Bruno Mars) as opposed to last year’s two (Diddy and Beyoncé).

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Top 20 World's Highest-Paid Musicians List of 2018Following this Forbes World’s Highest-Paid Musicians List you will also obsive that There were quite a few well-known near misses as well. Rihanna, J. Cole, Dr. Dre and Nas all earned over $30 million, but not quite enough to crack our top 30. And some on the list could have ranked higher under a different classification system: Jay-Z and Beyoncé both made the cut as solo acts while touring and releasing a joint album; together, the Carters earned $136.5 million, more than any single act on our list.

Top 20 World’s Highest-Paid Musicians List of 2018

1. U2 ($118 million)

2. Coldplay ($115.5 million)

3. Ed Sheeran ($110 million)

4. Bruno Mars ($100 million)

5. Katy Perry ($83 million)

6. Taylor Swift ($80 million)

7. Jay-Z ($76.5 million)

8. Guns N’ Roses ($71 million)

9. Roger Waters ($68 million)

10. Diddy ($64 million)

11. Beyoncé ($60 million)

12. Kendrick Lamar ($58 million)

13. The Weeknd ($57 million)

14. The Eagles ($56 million)

15. Depeche Mode ($53 million)

16. Pink ($52 million, tie)

16. Luke Bryan ($52 million, tie)

18. Jimmy Buffett ($51 million)

19. Lady Gaga ($50 million)

20. Calvin Harris ($48 million)

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21. Paul McCartney ($47.5 million)

22. Drake ($47 million, tie)

22. Jennifer Lopez ($47 million, tie)

22. Foo Fighters ($47 million, tie)

25. Elton John ($46 million, tie)

25. Metallica ($46 million, tie)

27. Garth Brooks ($45.5 million, tie)

27. The Chainsmokers ($45.5 million, tie)

29. Billy Joel ($43.5 million)

30. Rolling Stones ($39 million)

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