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  Taylor Makes Forbes’ Richest, Most Successful Self-Made Women In America list for 2016

At twenty-six, Taylor is the youngest to make this list with a net worth estimated at $250 Million. This prestigious list by Forbes includes moguls such as Oprah Winfrey, Jessica Alba, and Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg.

At age 26, Taylor Swift has already won plenty of accolades: 10 Grammys, five Guinness World records and even an Emmy.

A handful of honors have come from FORBES, including Swift’s selection to our inaugural 30 Under 30 list, six consecutive appearances in our Celebrity 100 issue–and, now, the distinction of being the youngest name on our list of America’s wealthiest self-made women.

Swift clocks in at $250 million, claiming the No. 60 spot on a list that includes moguls such as Oprah Winfrey ($3.1 billion), Tory Burch ($750 million) and Diane von Furstenberg ($340 million) and fellow musicians like Madonna ($560 million), Barbra Streisand ($370 million) and Beyonce Knowles ($265 million).


  “Wildest Dreams” Reaches 955.8K Sales; Crossing 1 Million This Week

Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” will cross the 1 million US sales mark this week.

When the October 2-8 tracking week concluded, Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” was within striking distance of the 1 million US sales mark.

It will surely cross that mark during the current (October 9-15) tracking week.

According to Nielsen Music, drove 84,014 paid US downloads during the aforementioned October 2-8 frame.

Down slightly from the previous week’s mark (85,253), it actually results in a higher position on the Digital Songs chart. “Wildest Dreams,” which was last week’s #4 seller, rises to #3 this week.

It also brings the song’s cumulative US sales total to 955,836.

Given its current pace, “Wildest Dreams” will have no issue making up the remaining 44,164 copies during the current tracking period.


  “Wildest Dreams” Crosses 850K US Sales Mark

Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams” now boasts a US sales total in excess of 850,000.

The sales pace remains brisk for Taylor Swift’s “Wildest Dreams.”

According to Nielsen Music, the fifth “1989” single drove 85,253 paid US downloads during the September 25-October 1 tracking week. Down slightly from the previous week’s mark, the tally nonetheless allows “Wildest Dreams” to retain its #4 position on Digital Songs.

It, moreover, brings the song’s cumulative US sales total to 871,822.

Insofar as it is roughly maintaining its pace, “Wildest Dreams” should have no trouble crossing the 1 million pure sales mark within the October 9-15 tracking week.


  1989 Leads Nielsen’s Mid-Year Charts

Nielsen released its mid-year music report on Thursday, showing a surge in streaming and a hefty bump in vinyl sales and making two things abundantly clear: Taylor Swift is unstoppable, and Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk!” probably isn’t going anywhere.

For the period from Dec. 29, 2014 to June 28, 2015, Swift’s 1989 has been the top-selling and most consumed album, moving more than 2 million units. On top of that, four 1989 tracks were in the top 25, each selling more than 1 million units. The album took second, however, in digital album sales. (Drake’s If You’re Reading This, It’s Too Late took the top spot.)

1989 also topped vinyl sales, which saw an overall 38 percent bump, with an impressive 33,500 vinyls sold. Sufjan Stevens’ Carrie & Lowell was close behind with 31,700 vinyl sales. (CDs, naturally, didn’t have as much luck, seeing a 10 percent drop in sales.)

Swift didn’t fare as well on the digital songs chart, where “Uptown Funk!” dominated. In addition to leading online streams, the infectious track was also the most-played radio song.

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