Hip-hop stars Diddy, Drake, and Jay-Z are continuing to outearn the rest of the musicians in their genre. They're listed as the top three in the latest edition of Forbes' "Highest Paid Hip-Hop Artists" for 2017. Of those stars, only Drake and Jay-Z have put forth new music recently, while Diddy has been laying low and continuing to work on other ventures. So who else made it into the top 20? Here are the latest details on Forbes' 2017 list.

Artists No. 20-11

At No. 20 on the list was rapper Lil Yachty ($11M) who was a guest star on the hit songs Broccoli with D.R.A.M.

and "iSpy" with Kyle. At No. 18 was a two-way tie between powerhouse rapper Rick Ross and the duo of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis with $11.5 million each. Lil Wayne took the No. 17 spot with $15.5 million, while Nicki Minaj was 16th with $16 million. The two members of Cash Money should each have new albums on the way within the near future.

Snoop Dogg keeps on earning and came in at 15th on the list with $16.5 million. Just ahead of him was Swizz Beats at the No. 14 spot with $18 million, while J. Cole had $19 million to take the No. 13 spot. Birman made $20 million to take the 12th place while Kanye West, despite being involved in family life with the Kardashians, came in at No. 11 with $22 million.

West was rumored to have been working on some brand new music during a recent hiatus after his nervous breakdown so fans are waiting with anticipation to see what Mr. West has up his sleeve next.

The top 10

Diddy topped the list despite the fact he isn't really putting out new hip-hop hits. Still, he was part of the "Bad Boy Reunion Tour" and also has deals with Ciroc vodka and DeLeon tequila.

Diddy also sold off part of his Sean John clothing line to help him earn part of his $130 million this past year.

Drake and Jay-Z were at No. 2 and No. 3, respectively. Drake had $94 million with his "Boy Meets World" tour helping him make bank. Jay-Z took third place with just $42 million earned in 2017. He released the new album "4:44" this past year and has a $200 million Live Nation deal that will continue paying him for 10 years or so.

Dr. Dre was fourth on the list with $34.5 million followed by Chance the Rapper who took the No. 5 spot with $33 million after a successful year. Kendrick Lamar ($30M) was sixth, Wiz Khalifa ($28M) was seventh, Pitbull was eighth ($27M), DJ Khaled ($24M) was ninth, and Future ($23M) took the No. 10 spot.

Most likely in the year ahead, there will be movers and shakers on this top 10 with some possibly surging up, or dropping off in favor of never hip-hop stars. Which artist(s) do you think will fall off the top 10 for 2018?