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Puff Daddy or P. Diddy, raked in a whopping sum of $130 million pretax year.

With the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour, his Ciroc vodka deal, and the sale of one-third of his Sean John clothing line for an estimated $70 million boosting his earnings.

P. Diddy emerged first on the list with an estimated $130 million. Second on the list is Queen Bey, Beyoncé who with her “Formation World Tour” pulled in a total of $105 million pre-tax. Rounding up the top 3 is rapper and singer Drake with $94 million, a lot of it from his tour, the “Boy Meets World Tour.”

The Weeknd earned $92 million, predominantly from his hefty Live Nation advance.

Here’s the full top 10 list below:

1. Diddy ($130 million)

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2. Beyoncé ($105 million)

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3. Drake ($94 million)

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4. The Weeknd ($92 million)

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5. Coldplay ($88 million)

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6. Guns N’ Roses ($84 million)

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7. Justin Bieber ($83.5 million)

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8. Bruce Springsteen ($75 million)

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9. Adele ($69 million)

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10. Metallica ($66.5million)

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