Harry Styles is on a roll and it is all thanks to his sell-out worldwide Love On Tour. The singer has doubled his current assets in his company account, figures reveal. Harry’s business Erskine Touring LTD has £12,663,01 million in the bank – up from £5.7million last year.
Per Daily Mail, With Harry, UK artists in general have the year’s 10 best-selling hits for the first time, with Harry Styles’ As It Was the most listened to single of 2022
Harry Styles is not done yet as he is already on track to earn even more. The accounts only cover the first six months of his tour, up to March 2022, meaning his earnings from the final 18 months are yet to be added.
It comes as As It Was by Harry was the most listened to single of the year in the UK, according to the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), based on its analysis of Official Charts Company data.
Harry has had a busy year and enjoyed major moments in his music and acting careers including releasing his third solo album and topping the charts around the world. The singer has continued to enjoy great music success, particularly in the US, where he became the first ever soloist to spend at least 15 weeks at No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with his single As It Was. He’s also been nominated for six Grammy awards.
Sadly, Harry also had some tough moments as well as he was briefly canceled with accusations of ‘queer baiting’ once again erupting online. He was also criticised for a Gucci ad campaign in which he poses in a teddy-bear T-shirt next to a toddler bed, just a few weeks after the fashion house’s sister brand Balenciaga was embroiled in a child imagery scandal.
Gucci is owned by The Kering Group, which also owns embattled Balenciaga.
Neither Gucci nor Kering has commented on criticism of the Harry Styles campaign.