Rihanna is officially one of UK’s wealthiest musician owning £480 million


The Sunday Times, releasing its annual rich list shows Rihanna as the richest female musician owning a fortune of £468 million.

Rihanna is now part of the richest people living in the UK who are musicians. She is just behind Sir Paul McCartney and Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber. Both are in joint first place with £800 million each.

She could be going higher next year as  Andrew Lloyd Webber’s finances are expected to take a big hit due to the Covid-19.

It is thought that the composer could lose millions as a result of the closure of theatres; in the West End and on Broadway amid the coronavirus lockdown.

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Even though Rihanna may not have released any new music in 2019, but this shows she is working past her music career.

Her insane bank balance comes from not only her music but also from Fenty Beauty and Savage X Fenty lingerie company. She is making partnership with LVMH to launch the clothing line arm of her business; Savage X Fenty lingerie line while her Fenty Beauty is valued at $3 billion


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The ‘Umbrella’ crooner could be on the path to become the first female billionaire musician in the UK; if she decides to remain in the capital.

Also making 10th position on the list is Ed Sheeran, having a fortune of £200 million. Surprisingly, Calvin Harris also makes it into the top 20 of the Sunday Times having £180 million in 16th position.

See full list below:

1 = Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber – £800m
1= Sir Paul McCartney – £800m
3. Rihanna – £468m
4. Sir Elton John – £360m
5. Sir Mick Jagger – £285m
6= Olivia and Dhani Harrison – £270m
6=Keith Richards – £270m
8. Sir Ringo Starr – £260m
9. Michael Flatley – £206m
10= Ed Sheeran – £200m
10= Sir Rod Stewart – £200m
10= Sting -£200m
13= Brian May – £190m
13= Roger Waters – £190m
15. Robbie Williams – £185m
16. Calvin Harris – £180m
17. Eric Clapton – £175m
18= Sir Tom Jones – £170m
18= Roger Taylor – £170m
20. Charlie Watts – £165m

The full Sunday Times rich list will come out on 17th May, 2020.

Rihanna is officially the richest female musician in the UK! 

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