American singer Taylor Alison Swift has been included on the annual Forbes Billionaires List for the first time.

She has joined 13 other celebrities, who have a collective estimated net worth of $31 billion.

Thanks to her ongoing Eras Tour, extensive song catalog, and real estate portfolio.

The publication reported that Swift is the only musician to earn the feat solely based on music and live performances, as the Eras Tour has surpassed $1 billion which is 131 billion Kenya shillings in revenue since its launch in March 2023.

She's also earned through the Eras Tour concert film, which became the highest-grossing concert film of all time with over $261 million earned at the box office since its Oct. 11 premiere.

Her earnings will likely only continue to rise with the upcoming release of her eleventh original studio album, The Tortured Poets Department, on April 19.

On Monday, Swift earned Artist of the Year at the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards and teased "so many exciting things ahead of us" during her pre-recorded acceptance speech.

Following the release of The Tortured Poets Department, she'll resume the Eras Tour on May 9 with four shows in Nanterre, France, before continuing its European leg through August. Then, she's set to return to the United States for concerts from October through December.

Last year, research company QuestionPro predicted the Eras Tour could potentially generate $4.6 billion for local economies throughout the U.S.

Based on how much ticket holders are spending to attend each show which was estimated to be over $1,300 for tickets, travel, and elaborate outfits at the time.

With her October accomplishment, Swift joined four other billionaire musicians Jay-Z, Rihanna, and Jimmy Buffet but is the first musician to become a billionaire solely based on her songs and performances without relying on a side hustle.