Rihanna is the richest female musician in the world

From left, LVMH Chairman, Bernard Arnault and Rihanna at Fenty Launch in Paris May 22 2019.

Apparently, Rihanna is the world’s richest female musician overtaking Madonna by $30 million, Celine Dion by $150 million and Beyonce by $200 million.

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According to Forbes, the 31-year-old singer, songwriter, and fashionista whose real name is Robyn Rihanna Fenty is currently worth a staggering $600 million making her the richest female musician after Madonna, Celine Dion, and Beyonce.

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 Barbadian star who is widely for hits such as “Umbrella,” “Diamonds” and “What’s My Name?,” did not just amass wealth from music only but also from her partnership with LVMH, the French luxury goods company that owns the likes of Christian Dior, Givenchy, and Louis Vuitton.

Last month, the multi-award-winning musician, launched her fashion label called Fenty at a pop-up boutique in Paris which makes her the first black woman t create an original brand with LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy). Fenty is said to be Rihanna’s latest business ventures. She also owns lingerie label Savage X Fenty, which she launched in 2018, and cosmetics brand, Fenty Beauty, set up in 2017.

According to Forbes, her cosmetics firm generated an estimated $570 million in revenue in its first 15 months while the business magazine estimates the business operation is worth more than $3 billion.

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The “Work Work” crooner earlier created collections for British Fashion retailer River Island and was made the creative director of Puma in 2014
According to CNN, the singer clearly stated in an interview with the New York Times Style Magazine that she is not driven by money that her success is as a result of the passion for what she loves and figures will not stop her from doing more.
“You know, when I was younger, I couldn’t afford everything, but a pair of Timberlands: That was my Dior. And I had to save my money for a whole school year to get those Timberlands that I wanted, and I did it.”
“I never thought I’d make this much money, so a number is not going to stop me from working. I’m not being driven by money right now. Money is happening along the way, but I’m working out of what I love to do, what I’m passionate about. Work will change when my life changes in the future but an amount of money is not going to stop that.”

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