Making the Forbes list in an honor often romanticized in rap, and if the latest "30 under 30" list is any indication, more and more hip hop and R&B artists will find themselves in the Forbes tax bracket. About a third of this year's list -- which looks at artists in their 20s who are making some serious moves in the industry -- is made up of rappers, producers, and R&B singers. 

Among those picked as future moguls are ASAP Rocky, Big Sean, FKA Twigs, Mike WiLL Made It, Jhene Aiko, Iggy Azalea, DJ Mustard, Azealia Banks, Hit-Boy and Chance The Rapper. The artists range in age from 21 to 27 (Chance being the youngest, and Hit-Boy the oldest, relatively speaking). 

Florida Georgia Line were chosen as the "Leaders" of the class of 2015, and despite being a country act, are infamous for pulling liberally from the world of hip hop and R&B as well.