Study Shows Cost Of A Drake, Travis Scott, Eminem Fan

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Study Shows Cost Of A Drake, Travis Scott, Eminem Fan

The cost of being a Drake, Travis Scott, Eminem, Megan Thee Stallion + Kanye West fan is calculated in a new study.

Kevin Winter/Getty Images, Prince Williams/Wireimage, Apple Music New Study Claims Drake, Travis Scott, Eminem + Kanye Fans Have To Spend The Most Money Published on:Aug 21, 2021, 10:01 AM by 0 Its no secret monetary fan support keeps the careers of both major or independent Hip Hop artists thriving but is there a set limit on how much a listener has to spend in order to be considered devoted to the cause? According to a new study by Money.co.uk an English price comparison website that specializes in findings from bank figures, mortgages and more spending, following the timelines of certain rappers could cost you more. Hip Hop acts rounded out the top 5 of the study, which surveyed 65 of the worlds biggest artists. Leading the credit charge was Eminem with an estimated $2,966.66 cost per fan. Slim Shady has been consistent; releasing the deluxe editionfor his eleventh studio album Music to Be Murdered By Side B at the tail end of 2020 with a sturdy drop of merchandise along the way, albeit HipHopDX can confirm the internet chatter of the project earning 2 billion streams is false. Travis Scott ($2,244.39), Drake($1,543.42), Kanye West($1,395.56) and Kendrick Lamar($1,231.31) all followed Eminem as the most expensive artists for fans to support. Several deciding factors went into the criteria including calculating in the average price of an album download + average price of a 12 vinyl album, the cost of official merch products, the artists average concert ticket price and the value of authentically autographed items. JAY-Z + Beyonc, Chris Brown, Silk Sonics Bruno Mars, Future and newly minted Vegas resident Usherwere also mentioned in the most expensive list. Read more


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