Receiving the title of "Cash King" from Forbes means that the publication has deemed you one the highest-earning artists in hip-hop, while the title of "Cash Prince" is given to artists under 30 who have the potential to get to King status one day.

Forbes has released their annual list of "Princes" this year, which includes rising artists like Desiigner, D.R.A.M., Tory Lanez, Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert, and Young M.A.

The panel behind the decision was made up of UK rapper Little Simz (who made the list last year), Kendrick Lamar's manager Dave Free, and the incomparable Too Short, as well as two reps from the Forbes team. 

Take a look at the full list of artists, complete with their ages, below. No one who has formerly made the list was considered for this class. Last year, Fetty Wap, Joey Bada$$, Metro Boomin, and DeJ Loaf made the cut. Did they miss anyone?

Read more about the list on Forbes.

Desiigner: 19


D.R.A.M.: 28

Tory Lanez: 24

Lil Uzi Vert: 22

Lil Yachty: 19

Noname: 25

Isaiah Rashad: 25

Stormzy: 23

Bryson Tiller: 23

Young M.A.: 24