Fetty Wap is among the rap newcomers who appear on Forbes' Hip-Hop Cash Princes Class of 2016 list.
The publication selected ten of the most promising acts under the age of 30, especially the ones most likely to eventually to appear on Forbes' Hip-Hop Cash Kings list in the future.
Fetty was recognized thanks to his two Grammy nominations and multi-platinum hit “Trap Queen,” which he says is his favorite record of all time. “It’s the album that changed my life,” he told Forbes.
Elsewhere, there were a few female rappers that made the cut, like Dej Loaf, who gained attention with her banger “Try Me,”as well as London rapper Little Simz, who Kendrick Lamar recently co-signed as “illest doing it right now.”
Other rappers include Logic, G-Eazy, Joey Bada$$, Lil Dicky and Young Dolph, as well as producers Boi-1da and Metro Boomin.
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