Forbes ’30 Under 30′ List Features Drake, Rihanna, Kendrick Lamar And More [VIDEO]
Each year, Forbes Magazine’s ’30 Under 30’ article salutes the shot callers and ballers in that age group for their grind, entrepreneurship and financial accomplishments in the music game. Others artists to make the list include J. Cole, Ryan Lewis, Miguel, Janelle Monae, Wiz Khalifa and others.
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For starters, Rihanna had a phenomenal year raking in $43 million this past year. The diva earned her endz from her Diamonds world tour, endorsement deals and fragrance collection.
On Feb. 2, 27-year old Bruno Mars will headline the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. With a hard freeze moving across the country, Mars will more than likely be facing some pretty cold weather. However, the Hawaiian native told Forbes “You gotta be fearless, man. If I’m ever gonna sing in a blizzard, it may as well be at the Super Bowl.”
Another artist recognized for his achievements in 2013 is Drake. The OVO lyricist/singer/actor is still killing the game, bringing in over $30 million in the past two years. It looks like things are only get better for the Young Money MC as he just inked an endorsement deal with Jordan and was recently crowned the Toronto Raptors global ambassador.
Fellow rapper Kendrick Lamar earned $9 million last year through his live shows and nabbed seven Grammy nominations for his stellar album, ‘good kid, m.A.A.d. city.’
The ’30 Under 30′ list appears in the latest Forbes magazine, which is on newsstands now. However, if you can’t wait click here to check out the full article,