Fame and fortune are typically synonymous unless you’ve gone viral with nothing to show for it.

For most celebrities, their reputation has earned them massive amounts of money, and every year they get ranked from 1 to 100, based on their riches. On Monday, Forbes released their annual list of the world’s richest money–making celebrities.

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1. Sean Combs, $130 million

2. Beyoncé Knowles, $105 million

3. J.K. Rowling, $95 million

4. Drake, $94 million

5. Cristiano Ronaldo, $93 million

6. The Weeknd, $92 million

7. Howard Stern, $90 million

8. Coldplay, $88 million

9. James Patterson, $87 million

10. LeBron James, $86 million

Sean 'Diddy' Combs, 47, made No.1 on the Forbes list with a net worth of $130 million.

“I ain’t foolin’ around... I'm building assets,” Combs told Forbes back in 1999. Looks like he made it happen.

He was also at No. 1 on Forbes' list of the richest hip-hop artist, with an $820 million net worth.

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Combs edged out Beyoncé this year and landed at number one. He bested everyone by earning a massive $130 million this year alone. Forbes notes that there were a few reasons for Combs’ number one spot. The artist sold one-third of his clothing line Sean John for a projected $70 million, launching the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour and his lucrative Diageo Ciroc vodka deal.

Combs wasn’t always number one. Last year it was Taylor Swift who graced the top of the list. She now resides at No. 49 with $44 million in earnings last year.

Beyoncé made a huge jump on the list, finding herself ranking at No. 2 with $105 million earned. Last time she was at No 34. Forbes credits the reason for her success to her visual album, ‘Lemonade’ and her lucrative Formation World Tour.

“I’ve never met anyone that works harder than me in my industry,” Beyoncé said to Forbes in 2009.

She’s currently on hiatus from touring, awaiting the birth of her twins. She grossed a quarter of a billion dollars while on tour.

Drake ($94 million), Spanish soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo ($93 million) and “Harry Potter” author J.K. Rowling ($95 million) complete the top five.

Collectively, The world’s 100 richest celebrities netted a growing $5.15 billion before taxes during the June 2016 to June 2017 tally. To compose the list, Forbes evaluates managers, camera talent, agent fees, and lawyers. These assessments are from figures taken from IMDB, NPD, Bookscan, Pollstar, Nielsen, Songkick, Box Office Mojo, D'Marie and interviews with industry executives.

Streaming is now arguably viewed as a legitimate way to make money in the music business. Though the total profits of the 100 celebrities are just over $5 billion in the past 12 months likened to the year before, revenue credited to streaming rose 118 percent to $387 million in 2017 from $177 million previously in 2016. The Weeknd (No. 6; $92 million) is on top of the streaming throne, with 5.5 billion streams in the past two years.

“We live in a world where artists don’t really make the money off the music like we did in the Golden Age,” said the Weeknd, a.k.a Abel Tesfaye. “It’s not really coming in until you hit the stage.”

The British band Coldplay raked in $88 million grossing more than $5 million while headlining their Head Full of Dreams Tour.

Completing the top ten was NBA superstar LeBron James, with $86 million and author James Patterson, with $87 million.

Sean 'Puffy' Combs attends 'Rei Kawakubo/Commes Des Garcons: Art of the In-Between', the 2017 Costume Institute Benefit at Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 1, 2017 Getty Images