Doubling his earnings from last year, Diddy managed to secure $130 million over a 12-month span that Forbes stopped calculating in June 2017.
From there, Drake leap-frogged over Jay-Z ($42M) and Dr. Dre ($34.5M) for the second spot, earning $94 million.
The biggest difference this year is the first-time inclusion of Chance the Rapper, who cracked the Top 5 with $32 million in earnings.
Check out the Top 10 below and hit Forbes for full list.
- Diddy ($130 million)
- Drake ($94 million)
- JAY-Z ($42 million) [$200M Live Nation deal through 10 years]
- Dr. Dre ($34.5 million)
- Chance The Rapper ($32 million)
- Kendrick Lamar ($30 million)
- Wiz Khalifa ($28 million)
- Pitbull ($27 million)
- DJ Khaled ($24 million)
- Future ($23 million)
Kanye West just missed the Top 10 with $22 million.