Hip-hop is one of the most consumed genres of music out there and, thus, everything surrounding it and its faces gets to strive.

Forbes regularly calculates which artists are making the most money and while the list isn’t the most eye-popping thing in the world, there are some newcomers that are making significantly more bread than you would expect. Typically, Jay-Z and Diddy are kings of the financial situation in hip-hop and this year is no different as Forbes just published their countdown of the richest stars in the world with both artists ranking in the top 2. Diddy is regularly the first name to show up but his $64 million was not enough to overtake Hov who made an insane $76.5 million. Consistently selling out arenas around the world, Kendrick sits comfortably at the final spot in the top 3, banking $58 million, which is the most he’s made in his career. Of course, Drake follows with his $47 million.

While all of them make absolute sense ranking so highly for Forbes, some of the inclusions lower down are the most surprising. Nas actually made his debut on the Forbes chart along with Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, Logic, Russ and Meek Mill.