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Kate Bush is making this much money from “Running Up That Hill” thanks to Netflix’s ‘Stranger Things.’



Kate Bush Running Up That Hill'

Kate Bush’s Stranger Things-featured 1985 blockbuster “Running Up That Hill” has become a top-five hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and reached the top of the U.K. charts on Friday.

It took 37 years for Kate Bush’s number one hit, Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God), to reach the top of the charts. The song from 1985 now holds the record for the longest time for a single to reach number one.

At the age of 63, Bush has also become the oldest female artist to have a number-one single in the United Kingdom. “Running Up That Hill” became the most-streamed song on Spotify in the United States, the United Kingdom, and worldwide.

Kate Bush’s Total Net Worth:

Kate Bush is worth $60 million, according to her net worth. Apart from “Running Up That Hill,” she has released ten albums, including 1978’s “The Kick Inside,” 1980’s “Never for Ever,” 1989’s “The Sensual World,” 1993’s “The Red Shoes,” and 2011’s “50 Words for Snow.”

Her net worth will rise further as a result of her Stranger Things contribution to her music album. 

Kate Bush’s Latest earning after Stranger Things 

"Running Up That Hill"

1985 single has seen a resurrection as it was featured prominently in Stranger Things season 4’s storyline. There is little doubt that the inclusion of “Running Up That Hill” in Stranger Things has skyrocketed Kate Bush’s fame.

Since Kate Bush wrote and produced “Running Up That Hill,” she owns all songwriting, publishing, and licencing rights. Kate Bush is presently earning around £250,000 per week from her 1985 hit “Running Up That Hill.” Kate Bush thanked Stranger Things creator:- 

“It’s the first time I’ve had a top ten single over there and now it’s in the top 5! Thank you so much again to the Duffer Brothers – because of their latest, extraordinary series of Stranger Things, the track is being discovered by a whole new audience.”

“Running Up That Hill has topped the No. 1 chart in Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, and Sweden, and it’s up from No. 8 to No. 4 in the U.S.


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