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UNSPECIFIED - MAY 09: In this screengrab, Doja Cat speaks during SHEIN Together Virtual Festival to benefit the COVID – 19 Solidarity Response Fund for WHO powered by the United Nations Foundation on May 09, 2020. (Photo by Getty Images/Getty Images for SHEIN)

Forbes has announced their 2021 30 Under 30 Music list, and artists who made the cut include  Doja Cat, Roddy Ricch, Saweetie, and Bea Miller.

Those on the list were nominated by list alumni Taylor Swift, Jill Scott, Warner Music Group creative officer Mike Caren, and songwriter/producer Nija Charles.

According to Forbes, “The 2021 Forbes Under 30 Music class shows adaptability to making new content—and making money—in the age of social distance. After a slew of tour cancellations and album postponements earlier this year, musicians got to work by creating new ways to connect with fans.”

There were others on the list who weren’t musicians. Some include Miley Cyrus’s Marketing and Digital Head Olivia Rudensky, Attorney Aurielle Brooks, and Producer London On Da Track.

For the full list of artists on the list, visit Forbes’ website.

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