Forbes published their list of the world’s highest-paid celebrities and plenty of musicians made the cut.
The annual list was released on Thursday featuring a wide-variety of athletes, actors and actresses, musicians, members of the media, and more.
RADIO.COM Sports already published the list of the highest-paid athletes in 2020, which you can check out here, but take a look below at the highest-paid musicians in 2020.
11 Just Missed
A handful of musicians appeared on Forbes’ highest-paid list, but just missed the cut of the top 10. This included Sean Combs ($55 Million), Shawn Mendes ($54.5 Million), Jay-Z ($53.5 Million), and Billie Eilish ($53 Million).
10 Marshmello - $56 Million
Marshmello enjoyed a successful year from his album Joytime III and his involvement with the hit video game Fortnite.
9 The Rolling Stones - $59 Million
The Stones had an eventful year with Mick Jagger’s heart surgery putting their No Filter Tour on hold. Once the tour resumed, it was a smashing success.
8 Post Malone - $60 Million
Post Malone’s third album Hollywood’s Bleeding had a ton of success right out of the gate with his first three singles parking at numbers two, three, and one on the charts.
7 Taylor Swift - $63.5 Million
Swift is no stranger to these lists once again making an appearance with help from her hit album Lover.
6 Ed Sheeran - $64 Million
Sheeran’s album No. 6 Collaboration Project debuted at number two in the US with the single “I Don’t Care” breaking the Spotify record for single-day streams.
5 The Chainsmokers - $68 Million
The Chainsmokers enjoyed a successful release of their third studio album World War Joy along with an extensive tour.
4 Jonas Brothers - $68.5 Million
Happiness definitely began for the Jonas Brothers as their reunion proved to be a fruitful effort with the trio bringing in a significant amount of cash.
3 Ariana Grande - $72 Million
The 26-year-old saw massive success with her chart-topping album thank u, next and the coinciding tour behind the album. The world tour grossed a whopping $146.4 million.
2 Elton John - $81 Million
John has always been a big draw, but the announcement of his farewell tour has certainly helped his cause as he brought in $81 million.
1 Kanye West - $170 Million
Kanye came in as the highest-paid musician on the list with a whopping $170 million. On top of his music, his popular shoe brand Yeezy helped West bring in a significant amount of money.