Diddy landed in the No. 1 spot, raking in $60 million.
Jay Z was ranked No. 2. The hip-hop legend earned $56 million.
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Drake climbed to No. 3. The Toronto native pulled in $39.5 million over the past year.
Dr. Dre is No. 4. The rapper/producer made $33 million.
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‘Happy’ singer Pharrell Williams is No. 5, eclipsing the $32 million mark.
Eminem held down No. 6 with $31 million.
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Kanye West locked down at No. 7. The rapper/fashion designer made $22 million over the past year.
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Wiz Khalifa hits the No. 8 spot. The ‘Taylor Gang’ rapper stacked $21.5 million.
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Nicki Minaj swerves in at No. 9. Her album ‘The Pinkprint’ helped propel her to $21 million.
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Cash Money CEO Birdman swoops in at No. 10 with an $18 million haul.
Latin sensation Pitbull rolled up to No. 11 with his $17 million.
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Easily one of the most iconic rappers of his generation, Lil Wayne is No. 12 on the list. The ‘A Milli’ rapper took in an astounding $15 million.
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Kendrick Lamar and his $12 million in earnings carve out the No. 13 spot on the list this year. Lamar released his first album, ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city,’ in 2012 and ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’ earlier this year. Look for him to keep moving up the list.
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‘Dreamville’ rapper J. Cole grabbed No. 14. He made $11 million last year while releasing ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive,’ an album detailing his adolescent years.
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Rap legend Snoop Dogg sits at No. 15. Even though he hasn’t put out much music lately, he still managed to pull down $10 million in the past year.
‘I’m a Boss’ rapper Rick Ross tags No. 16. The 39-year-old rapper released his project ‘Hood Billionaire’ in 2014 and welcomed another $9 million into his wallet over the past year.
Tech N9ne blasts in at No. 17. The rapper released ‘Special Effects’ early in 2015, helping him peel off a cool $8.5 million.
Ludacris rolled out to No. 18. The ‘How Low’ musician hasn’t put out any super relevant music in a while, but has been known to pursue other business ventures. He also appeared in the hit movie ‘Furious 7’ earlier this year. All of that helped him secure $8 million.
T.I. pops in at No. 19, tucking away $6 million over the past year. The Atlanta rapper plans to release ‘The Dime Trap’ in the coming weeks
Last but not least, rapper/producer duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis snap up spot No. 20. The two made $5.5 million over the past year.