What's bigger than topping Forbes' Highest-Paid DJs list four years in a row? How about topping it five years in a row, which is what Calvin Harris achieved this week.

According to Forbes—which looks mostly at how much money DJs rake in for their festival appearances and residencies across the globe—Harris pulled in $48.5 million between June 2016 and June 2017. That includes the reported six-figure checks he picked up for his residencies in Las Vegas as well as his seven(!)-figure fees for the festival circuit. It's not clear if music sales factor into this mix, but Harris' latest album Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 contained a number of summer anthems, including the Frank Ocean and Migos-assisted "Slide," that scorched the charts during the first half of 2017.

The rest of the list features a mash-up of established EDM DJs (Dutch mainstay Tiësto came in at No. 2, while Skrillex came in at No. 4) and some newer names (The Chainsmokers arrived at No. 3, while the helmeted Marshmello dropped in at No. 8).

Combined, the DJs on the top-10 list earned almost $300 million over the last year. Maybe I need to give up this writing thing and get my EDM on. Check out the full list below, and get more information on each entrant from Forbes.

1. Calvin Harris ($48.5m)
2. Tiësto ($39m)
3. The Chainsmokers ($38m)
4. Skrillex ($30m)
5. Steve Aoki ($29.5m)
6. Diplo ($28.5m)
7. David Guetta ($25m)
8. Marshmello ($21m)
9. Martin Garrix ($19.5m)
10. Zedd ($19m)