Drake Is 1 Of 4 Canadians On List Of Highest Paid Celebrities

Four Canadian music stars are among the world’s highest-paid celebrities, according to Forbes magazine.

Drake and The Weeknd have earned $94 million and $92 million respectively (all figures U.S.) since June 2016, putting them at No. 4 and No. 6 on the list.

Celine Dion ranked 55th with $42 million and Justin Bieber is at No. 13 thanks to an $83.5 million haul.

The Forbes list includes plenty of pro athletes and movie stars but music acts claimed more than a third of the spots.

Diddy tops the list with a $130 million payday thanks to his Bad Boy Reunion Tour, the sale of part of his clothing line, and a partnership with Ciroc Vodka.

Here’s who made the cut:

98. Jason Aldean - $32.5 million

95. Katy Perry and Chance The Rapper - $33 million 

89. Britney Spears - $34 million

83. Toby Keith, Florida Georgia Line and Dr. Dre - $34.5 million

82. Billy Joel - $35 million

80. Bon Jovi - $35.5 million

77. Rihanna - $36 million

71. Ed Sheeran and Dolly Parton - $37 million

65. Jennifer Lopez and The Chainsmokers - $38 million

60. Tiesto and Bruno Mars - $39 million

55. Jay Z, Luke Bryan and Celine Dion - $42 million

53. Kenny Chesney - $42.5 million

49. Taylor Swift - $44 million

40. Calvin Harris - $48.5 million

35. Jimmy Buffet - $50.5 million

32. Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Paul McCartney - $54 million

26. Elton John and Garth Brooks- $60 million

21. Metallica - $66.5 million

18. Adele - $69 million

17. Bruce Springsteen - $75 million

13. Justin Bieber - $83.5 million

11. Guns N’ Roses - $84 million

8. Coldplay - $88 million

6. The Weeknd - $92 million

4. Drake - $94 million

2. Beyonce - $105 million

1. Diddy - $130 million

Forbes compiles the annual list using a number of sources, including estimates from Nielsen, Pollstar, Songkick, and IMDB.