See Forbes Full List Of Richest Men In Hip-Hop 2018
Forbes has released the list for the world’s highest-paid hip-hop acts for 2018.
It puts JAY-Z at number one with a whopping income $76.5 million, which was earned through his record label, Roc Nation, TIDAL, the tour after the release of his album 4.44, the surprise album with his wife, Beyonce, Everything Is Love, the ongoing stadium tour, On The Run II, and others.
Sean “Diddy” Combs, follows at number two with $64 million which was earned from his holdings in bevarage empire, Ciroc Vodka, DeLeon tequila and Aquahydrate alkaline water.
Kendrick Lamar clinched number 3 spots with $58 million from his endorsement deals with Nike and American Express to sold-out dates on the TDE.
Drake is put at number 4 with $47 million and J. Cole rounds out the top 5 with $35.5 million, while Dr. Dre and Nas are tied on number 6 with $35 million.
Others who made the Forbes list include, DJ Khaled, Future, Eminem and Migos.
See full list below:
Jay Z – $76.5 million
Diddy – $64 million
Kendrick Lamar – $58 million
Drake – $47 million
J.Cole to – $35.5 million
Dr Dre – $35 million
Nas – $35 million
Pitbull – $32 million
Future – $30 million
Kanye West – $27.5 million
DJ Khaled – $27 million
Migos – $24.5 million
Eminem – $23 million
Chance the Rapper – $21.5 million
Travis Scott – $21 million
Birdman – $20 million
Lil Uzi Vert – $19.5 million
Lil Wayne – $19 million
Logic – $17 million
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Meek Mill/ Russ/ Swizz Beatz (tie) – $15 million