Taxpayers show that some Norwegian artists had a profitable year in 2017.
At the revenue and wealth summit, two EDM artists from Bergen are throne.
Artist Kyrre "Kygo" Gørvell-Dahll resigned from the concert in 2017. However, taxpayers show that he has more than doubled his assets to 52.4 million.
In terms of income, figures for 2017 show that the artist earned 5.6 million. It is significantly smaller than in 2016 when the fan boom gained 8.1 million crowns.
The money Kygo used to buy the most expensive house he had ever sold in Bergen.
Kygo, on the other hand, could not count against another fanatic.
Double the income
Pop-covered popper Alan Walker had a significant increase in revenue from 2015 to 2017. While having a net income of 38 dollars in 2015, it reached 2.8 million in revenue next year.
In 2017, Walker doubled its NOK 12 million revenue. The rock artist's wealth also rose significantly to NOK 9.7 million.
Both DJs have won a plethora of concerts and streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal. According to Spotify, Gørvell-Dahll and Walker respectively have 24.6 million and 18.8 million monthly listeners.
The pop heroes of the 80s are still at the top
Despite the newborn mountain peoples, the pop heroes of the 1980s still need to be examined. In 2017, Morten Harket had an income of 5.7 million crowns and a net value of 10.7 million.
Magna Furuholmen, a band colleague, is not listed with income in 2017, but returned to salt at the porridge with a wealth of 6.65 million.
Neither the last a-ha man, Pål Waaktaar-Savoy, is posted with income. On the other hand, it has the highest assets of 14.3 million.
Taxpayers also show that Karpe Diem returned a good year in 2017. The twin has doubled the 2.9 million income for Magdi Omar Ytreeide Abdelmaguid and 3.1 million for Chirag Rashmikant Patel. The latter also increased its assets to NOK 6,98 million.
See what some of your favorite artists got in 2017:
NB: The tax numbers in the skatteetaten.no, which NRK uses for the search and creation of top lists, are based on preliminary tax rates from the tax office. They may contain errors that may change when the complaints are processed. Therefore, we note that there may be errors in the lists.
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