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  • Worlds Highest Paid Musicians in 2019

    | Ciara | Beyoncé | Janet | Toni | Kelly R | Leona | Tinashe | Whitney | Brandy | Monica | Tevin | Mariah | Britney | Tamia |

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    I think the Money Makers list only applies to earnings in the US.

    Never fails to amaze me how The Stones are near to the top of this list every single year.

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    • #3
      Can’t open the article
      nekoo.cz - follow me

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nekoocz View Post
        Can’t open the article
        Me neither.

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        • #5
          Were they paid that much or was it their projects that brought in that much? Big difference there.
          How do they know how much they’re paid?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by SpyVsSpy View Post
            Were they paid that much or was it their projects that brought in that much? Big difference there.
            How do they know how much they’re paid?
            This is what Billboard estimates they were paid, based on work completed in the US. Billboard state the methodology is as follows:

            Methodology: Money Makers was compiled with 2018 U.S.-only Nielsen Music and Billboard Boxscore data. All revenue figures cited are Billboard estimates and, due to rounding, an artist’s total may not equal the sum of the subcategories. Revenue from merchandising, synchronization and sponsorship is not included. Unless otherwise noted, streaming totals consist of combined on-demand audio and video streams. Recording-career totals are the sum of an artist’s sales, streaming and publishing earnings. Revenue from featured-artist appearances is credited to the main artists, but other recording collaborations -- usually denoted as a “duet with,” “+” or “&” -- are generally split evenly by the artists. Touring revenue, after the manager’s cut, equals 34% of an act’s Boxscore, except in residencies, where it equals 60%. Sales royalties were calculated based on physical/digital albums and track sales. Streaming royalties consist of on-demand audio/video streams, plus estimated royalties from programmed webcasting, SiriusXM and Music Choice. The following royalty rates were used: album and track sales, 22% of retail revenue. On-demand streaming royalties were calculated using blended audio and video rates of, respectively, $0.0054 and $0.0016 per stream, applied against a 22% royalty rate for new hit artists, 37% for superstar artists, 50% for heritage artists and 78% for artists that own their masters. A subscription per-stream rate of $0.0019 -- blended to reflect the different statutory rates for ad-supported and subscription streams -- was applied to programmed streams, and per-play estimated rates of $0.74 and $30.00 were applied to Music Choice and SiriusXM plays, respectively. Publishing royalties were estimated using statutory mechanical rates for album and track sales. The Copyright Royalty Board streaming formula produced an average rate of 13.1% of streaming revenue, and the following per-play averages: hit radio, $2.50; heritage spins, $0.60; Music Choice, $0.40; SiriusXM, $8.33; programmed streams, $0.0003. Billboard estimated each artist’s songwriter’s share of the recorded music included in these calculations, and publishing royalties were calculated as co-publishing deals, giving the writer 75% of those royalties. A 10% manager’s fee was deducted from artist and publisher royalty pools. A 4% producer’s fee was deducted from each artist’s recorded-music royalty pool.

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            • SpyVsSpy
              SpyVsSpy commented
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              Thanks. I wonder how they come to a pool of which artists to estimate then. Chart presence is an obvious one but some of those names arent chart regulars anymore. Or perhaps touring boxscores is the first thing they can look at. They actually have to sit down and run the numbers using these parameters for every act to get these earning estimates as I don’t think they’re auto generated based on existing boxscores and streaming data etc
              Last edited by SpyVsSpy; Sat August 22, 2020, 11:42.
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