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Forbes released their annual list of the world's highest-paid celebrities today, and a number of big-name musicians have made the list. The newly published edition of The Celebrity 100 list ranks all the celebrities using their pretax earnings, running from June 1, 2017 to June 1, 2018. The total in earnings are estimates based on numbers from a variety of sources and doesn't take into consideration fees for managers, lawyers, and agents.

While no rappers managed to crack the top ten of the list, Ed Sheeran has come in at No. 9 with an estimated $110 million in earnings. Sheeran is the only solo act in the top ten, but he's quickly followed by Bruno Mars at No.11, Katy Perry at No.19, and Taylor Swift at No. 21. The highest ranked rapper on the list is, unsurprisingly, JAY-Z at No. 25 with $76.5 million.

Meanwhile, Sean 'Diddy' Combs comes in at No. 32 with $64 million, and Beyoncé Knowles sits comfortably at No. 35 with $60 million. The rest of the list, however, does feature some surprises. Kendrick Lamar has had a huge year from the sounds of things, coming in at No. 37 with $58 million. The Weeknd arrives at No. 39 with $57 million, while fellow Canadian Drake is at No. 53 with a whole $10 million less.

Rihanna also made the list with $37.5 million at No. 84, and J. Cole made a splash at No. 93 with $35.5 million. Dr. Dre and Nas round out the list at a tied No. 98 alongside Dave Chappelle.

Floyd Mayweather took the No. 1 spot with $285 million. George Clooney took No. 2 with $239 million and Kylie Jenner nabbed the No. 3 spot with $166.5 millon. 

Check out the full list here.