Iggy Azalea, Azealia Banks and Jhene Aiko are among the young artists on “Forbes'” annual “30 Under 30” list of musicians.
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Forbes Magazine recognize the power of young Hip Hop. Some of our favorite hip hop artists was highlighted in the celebrated magazine for being on top of their game in music, culture, and pulling in all that money. The lists had a huge range of talent from rappers to singers to producers to djs.
At 24-years-old, Iggy Azalea earned her spot on list for the success of her chart-topping single “Fancy,” which sold around four-million copies in the U.S. alone.
Iggy’s rival Azealia Banks also found a spot on the list following a year in which she finally released her long-awaited debut album, “Broke With Expensive Taste.” The magazine also praised Azealia for making songs with a “genre-bending mix of club beats and scintillating raps.”
Meantime, Jhene Aiko made the list for her three Grammy nominations following the release of her debut album “Souled Out.”
Among the other names on the list are Big Sean, DJ Mustard, A$AP Rocky, Hit-Boy, Chance the Rapper and Mike Will Made It.