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How much money does Tina Turner Recordings make each year? – Billboard

Legendary pop, rock and soul artist Tina Turner’s solo catalog still brings in $3.7 million a year in syncs, sales and streaming activity, according to Board Estimate.

Turner, who died on Wednesday at the age of 83, had not recorded an original new album this century, and was essentially retired from the world of music by 2009. However, his catalog continues to bring in millions in revenue, most of which is distributed by Warner. music Group.

The vast majority of that $3.7 million comes from streams outside the US, which Board The estimated amount is around $2 million, with around $920,000 coming from domestic streams. Her catalog also brings in about $700,000 a year from Sync, Board Estimate. (All royalties from these grosses go to BMG, which bought the rights to Turner’s music interests in 2021.)

Turner’s entire recording catalog, which has reportedly sold more than 100 million records to date, dates back to the 1960s, when she and her husband Ike Turner performed as a duo act, playing rock and R&B. Hits such as “A Fool in Love”, “It’s Gonna Work Out Fine” and “Poor Fool”. The early-’70s revival saw her peak in the top five of the Billboard Hot 100 with a cover of Credence Clearwater Revival’s “Proud Mary”, by which point Tina was seen as one of the great artists and fashion icons of her music. Was about to leave. Era.

Ike and Tina’s romantic and artist partnership disintegrated in 1976, as Tina fled her abusive husband and began a solo career. She returned with 1984’s five-times platinum private Dancer album, which spawned three Hot 100 top 10 hits (including his only chart-topper, “What’s Love Got to Do With It”) and made him an unlikely fixture of MTV’s early years. Further success followed over the next decade, including another platinum-selling album in 1986. break every rule and a pair of No. 2 Hot 100 hits (“We Don’t Need Another Hero (Thunderdome)” in 1985 and “Typical Male” in 1986). In 1993, she landed her final Top 10 hit with the No. 8-peaking “I Don’t Wanna Fight”—from the soundtrack to her own Angela Bassett-starring, Oscar-nominated hit biopic, What’s Love Got To Do With It,

Although Turner’s chart success was limited from there, and she officially retired from performing in 2009, she remained a regular presence in pop culture through the 21st century – her legacy is one of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Recorded by the duo (with Ike in 1991 and as a solo artist in 2021), the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018, and the biographical jukebox musical Tina later that year. In 2020, she also appeared on a global hit via dance producer Kygo’s remix of “What’s Love Got to Do With It”.

In 2021, BMG announced that it was becoming “a partner in all musical interests of Tina Turner”, acquiring a share of the artist’s recordings as well as her author’s publications and her neighboring rights. Company calls acquisition biggest in its history with CEO Hartwig Masuch Saying, “We are honored to take on the job of managing Tina Turner’s music and business interests. It is a responsibility we take seriously and will pursue diligently. He is simply and truly the best.

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