Forbes‘ magazine has unveiled its annual “30 Under 30” class of 2019 for music.
Every year the publication releases different lists of the most influential stars, in this case, musicians under 30-years-old.
With hip-hop stars like Cardi B, Travis Scott, SZA and Young Thug on last year’s list, the 2019 feature sees more from a wider range of music genres.
In pop, Camila Cabello and Post Malone are highlighted. Lil Pump, Juice WRLD, 21 Savage and more are this year’s hip-hop picks. Syd was named in the R&B category, while Greta Van Fleet was featured in rock. Electronic sees Madam Gandhi, while Forbes recognized Bad Bunny in reggaeton, Kane Brown in country and Cecile McLorin Salvant in jazz.
“America’s Got Talent” winner Grace VanderWaal is the youngest star to make the list. The 14-year-old is not only the youngest on this year’s list, but the youngest music honouree in the history of the mag’s ranking.
Other youngsters in the 2019 class include pop artist Billie Eilish, 16, and Lil Pump, 18.