Rapper Sean Combs, aka Puff Daddy, P Diddy and Brother Love, has been named the highest paid musician in the world by Forbes magazine. The rating is published on the publication’s website.
Hip choir artist Combs earned $130 million a year. Beyoncé came in second with $105 million. Canadian rapper Drake came in third with $94 million.
As RT notes, the top 10 also includes Canadian singer, previously declared the highest paid young celebrity, Abel Tesfaye, known as The Weeknd ($92 million), British pop-rock band Coldplay ($88 million), rockers Guns N’Roses ( $84 million), singer Justin Bieber ($83.5 million), musician Bruce Springsteen ($75 million), singer Adele ($69 million) and metal band Metallica ($66.5 million).
Forbes named the highest paid singers of 2017
Forbes named Rowling the highest paid celebrity in Europe