It’s that time of year where Forbes start counting celebrities’ pockets. music superstars Rihanna, The Weeknd and Drake made the cut on the business magazine’s popular “30 Under 30” list.

According to Forbes, Rihanna earned $75 million within the calendar year (June 2015 to June 2016) thanks to signing deals with Dior and Samsung. Not to mention, her clothing brand with Puma is a mega-seller for the sneaker company.

The Weeknd is not too far behind as he raked in $55 million through his tours and Grammy-winning album, Beauty Behind the Madness. On a side note, the Canadian singer also joined Puma and is prepping to release his own sneaker and apparel line next year. Ka-ching!

However, fellow Canadian Drake is falling off a bit as he earned $38 million within the past year. However, his earnings is nothing to sneeze at, it's a nice cash flow. We are not sure if Forbes factored in the sales from his popular OVO x Jordan sneakers releases as well.

As for athletes gracing the list, NFL quarterback Cam Newton earned $53 million after signing a contract with the Carolina Panthers worth $103 million over five years. Cleveland Cavaliers player Kyrie Irving raked in $28.5 million and Olympic runner Usain Bolt earned $32.5 million.

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