It’s been a long time coming, but the day you’ve all been waiting for is finally here.
Indeed, with nearly 10,000 votes cast in favor of some of the decade’s dominant acts, you – That Grape Juice faithful – have rallied for the artist you feel has made the most impact on Pop music from 2010-2019.
Find out who came out on top below…
Giving our readers the chance to elect the performer who they feel was the most impactful over the last ten years (via sales, accolades, and influence), fan groups in their many forms stepped up to represent their faves and have their voices heard.
While preliminary results suggested ‘Lemonade’ diva Beyoncé was set to sip from victory’s cup, later developments listed Rihanna as the act who would sweep the poll. Alas, after the final count was tallied, it was ‘Bad Blood’ beauty Taylor Swift who proved triumphant.
Collecting 29% of the votes, the selection – despite the stiff competition – rings fitting as the 30-year-old has dominated the decade from its onset. Seeing her name penciled in Billboard, RIAA, Grammy, and American Music Award history books multiple times since 2010, the singer’s assortment of accolades was only bested by her blockbuster sales including four consecutive albums that sold over 1 million units in their respective opening weeks.
Toast to Taylor! Thanks for voting.
Curious to know the final rankings of the top 5? See below:
That Grape Juice Artist of the Decade (Finals)
Taylor Swift (29.8%)
Katy Perry (16.3%)
Lady Gaga (9.7%)