Iggy Azalea, DJ Mustard Make Forbes’ ‘Hip-Hop Cash Princes’ List

Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea attends The 57th Annual Grammy Awards at the STAPLES Center on Feb. 8, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. 

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Who will be the next Rick Ross, Drake or Nicki Minaj and join the ranks of top earners in the land of hip hop? Or how about future rapper-turned-moguls in the vein of Jay Z and Dr. Dre? For the second consecutive year, those list-loving listophiles at Forbes have crowned their Hip-Hop Cash Princes, singling out artists who they believe have the potential to be up to their necks in it before long.

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The unranked list includes mostly rappers but also a few producers. In the mix this year are Migos, Rae Sremmurd, Young Thug, Nipsey Hussle, Ty Dolla $ign, Hit-Boy, YG, PartyNextDoor and Kid Ink. The list also includes a few artists/producers who should be moving up to Forbes’ Hip-Hop Cash Kings list soon, namely Miley Cyrus hit-maker Mike Will Made-It, Hot 100-frequenter DJ Mustard and a young Australian rapper named Iggy Azalea, who according to the list makes over $75,000 per concert.

You have to be under 30 to be eligible for the Cash Princes list, which was selected by a panel of judges including Cash Princes alum Tyga, Cash King ​DJ Khaled, Hot 97 radio host Peter Rosenberg, and Forbes staffers Natalie Robehmed and Zack O’Malley Greenburg. Artist are only allowed to appear on the list once.