15. Snoop Dogg – $10 million

His Pharrell-produced new album Bush didn’t perform as well as hoped, debuting at No. 14 on the Billboard charts and selling 27,000 copies its opening week. But Snoop still earned double-digit millions on the strength of his touring schedule and brand endorsements.

16. Rick Ross – $9 million

The corpulent rapper doesn’t tour as much as some of his other peers, but continues to make the Cash Kings list on the strength of outside business ventures such as his Wingstop franchises, something he’s wanted to do for nearly a decade. “I began having those thoughts every time I pulled up to the restaurant,” he told FORBES last year. “Like, ‘Yo! This is something I need to do.’”