Money makes the world go ’round. For the third straight year, renowned national business magazine Forbes has chosen to look ahead to the future by crowning its list of Hip Hop Cash Princes, comprised of rap artists and producers under the age of 30 to are believed to one day become Hip Hop Cash Kings – an annual list of highest-paid Hip Hop musicians topped in 2015 by Diddy, who raked in a cool yearly income of $60 million.

The distinguished panel of judges including radio and TV personality Charlamagne Tha God, Atlantic Records CEO Craig Kallman, list alum and producer-rapper Hit-Boy, Hip Hop pioneer Lovebug Starski, and three Forbes staff experts selected Boi-1da, DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap, G-Eazy, Joey Bada$$, Lil Dicky, Little Simz, Logic, Metro Boomin, and Young Dolph as predictably the most promising young acts to place your bets on for 2016 and beyond. Watch the throne.