Each year Forbes releases its annual 30 Under 30 feature, spotlighting "600 young leaders and entrepreneurs" that "embody how fresh vision, powerful technology, and unwavering optimism can combine into earthshaking companies and movements." 30 honorees are included across 20 categories, and the music category this year is packed with some heavy-hitters.

Among those included this year are 21 Savage and Post Malone, who both managed to score themselves a No. 1 hit late last year with their omnipresent single "Rockstar." Post would follow-up the single early this year with Beerbongs & Bentleys, which continues to stick around on the Billboard charts despite arriving all the way back in April.

Meanwhile, controversial rapper Russ makes an appearance on the list, sitting awkwardly next to fellow honoree Lil Pump, who famously tweeted, "Me and J. Cole cool now so now it's fuck Russ."

Bad Bunny also makes an appearance on the list alongside the likes of Camila Cabello, Juice WRLD, Rico Nasty, Jessie Reyez, Syd, and Yaeji among others. Homegrown pop artist Billie Ellish appears as the youngest in the music category at only 16, although she's not that far behind the 18-year-old Lil Pump. Check out the full list here.

Last year's list saw Lil Uzi Vert, Cardi B, Migos, Travis Scott, SZA, Young Thug, and Playboi Carti among the honorees.