*Four black artists sit atop Forbes’ annual Highest-Paid Musicians of 2017 list, with Diddy leading the pack yet again.
Beyoncé, Drake and The Weeknd round out the melanin-rich top four – a far cry from 2016’s top four: Taylor Swift ($170 million), One Direction ($110 million), Adele ($88 million) and Madonna ($76.5 million).
Forbes compiled the latest data over a year’s time, based on pretax earnings between June 1, 2016, to June 1, 2017.
Diddy earned a leading $130 million during that time, stemming from his hotly-anticipated Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour as well as his business endeavors including his liquor brand Ciroc and selling a stake of his brand Sean John.
Beyoncé raked in $105 million, mostly from the top-grossing Formation World tour.
Next up is Drake, who pocketed $95 million thanks to his Boy Meets World tour combined with his endorsement deals from Nike, Apple Music, Sprite.
Fellow Canadian The Weeknd clocks in at No. 4 with $92 million, while Coldplay closes out the top five at $88 million.
View Forbes’ top 10 highest-paid musicians of 2017 below:
1. Diddy ($130 M)
2. Beyoncé ($105 M)
3. Drake ($94 M)
4. The Weeknd ($92 M)
5. Coldplay ($88 M)
6. Guns N’ Roses ($84 M)
7. Justin Bieber ($83.5 M)
8. Bruce Springsteen ($75 M)
9. Adele ($69 M)
10. Metallica ($66.5 M)