Forbes' Hip-Hop Cash Princes 2015 list is out. They usual have their annual Hip-Hop Cash King list. This time the business magazine sheds spotlights on hip-hop's young artists and producers who are making some serious bread. The list was selected by a panel including Tyga, DJ Khaled and Hot 97's Peter Rosenberg plus Forbes senior editor Zack O’Malley Greenburg and staff writer Natalie Robehmed. The list ranks the highest hip-hop earners under the age of 30.

Some names won't be too surprising. Mike WiLL Made It has crafted some of the biggest songs in recent years with a wide range of artists. His biggest from recent past was undoubtedly Miley Cyrus' colossal record “We Can’t Stop.” Iggy Azalea has been in a ton of headlines for her social media rants and Twitter beefs, but that doesn't discount the massive leap to stardom she encountered after her hit single "Fancy" moved 4 million units in the U.S. alone. Others take unconventional routes, such as Nipsey Hu$$le, who made made over $60,000 so far from his limited edition new project Mailbox Money bundle, which he sold for $1,000 each.

As the great Jeezy once said on “First the XXL, read about me in the Forbes/That’s a long way from trappin’ in that four door Accord, wassup.” Check out the full list below:

Mike WiLL Made It
Rae Sremmurd
DJ Mustard
Young Thug
Nipsey Hussle
Iggy Azalea
Ty Dolla $ign
Kid Ink

(Note: Forbes didn’t reveal each artists’ earnings over the last year)