Every year, Forbes puts out “30 Under 30” lists for a wide range of areas, from finance to celebrities to sports to business to music. All the lists were released on Tuesday, and the music list is headlined by tons of artists from the rap and R&B world.
The Weeknd, ScHoolBoy Q, Metro Boomin, Dave Free (of TDE), Leon Bridges, Boi-1da and Kehlani were all selected for the 2016 list. (Usually once you’re selected once, you aren’t selected again.)
Gallant was highlighted as Forbes “callout” for 2017. The list was selected by Halsey, Jason Derulo and Anthony Saleh, who founded QueensBridge Venture Partners, an investment company.
Check the full list on Forbes’ website.