10. Canelo Alvarez
The 10th spot goes to boxer Canelo Alvarez with $94 million.
Alvarez took home roughly $50 million combined for his first two fights on DAZN, a streaming service that committed $365 million in 2018 for his next 11 fights.
9. Dr. Phil McGraw
Coming in at No. 9 is Dr. Phil McGraw with $95 million.
Known as Dr. Phil, McGraw hosts one of the most-watched syndicated talk shows on TV.
8. The Eagles
The Eagles take the No. 8 spot with $100 million.
The band's recent "Evening with The Eagles" tour grossed more than $3.5 million a stop.
The current lineup consists of Don Henley, Joe Walsh, Timothy B. Schmit, and Vince Gill.
7. Neymar Jr.
Taking the seventh spot is Neymar Jr. with $105 million.
The Brazilian soccer player has a five-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain worth $350 million.
Between 2011 and 2013, Neymar was found guilty of avoiding taxes and paid a $1.2-million fine.
6. Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo slides in to sixth place with $109 million.
The Portuguese soccer star signed a four-year deal with Juventus worth $64 million annually. He has also won FIFA's Player of The Year award five times and is the most-followed athlete on social media.
5. Ed Sheeran
No. 5 on the list goes to Ed Sheeran.
The "I Don't Care" singer earned $110 million this year. His "Divide" tour, which wraps this summer, grossed over $600 million worldwide and lasted more than two years.
4. Lionel Messi
Pulling in $127 million this year, Lionel Messi takes the fourth spot.
The sought-after soccer star not only has a contract in Barcelona that pays him $80 million annually, but he also has a lifelong deal with Adidas.
Messi has been awarded FIFA's Player of The Year five times.
In 2016, though, he was convicted of tax fraud and had to pay a $250,000 fine.
3. Kanye West
No. 3 on the list goes to Kanye West with $150 million.
The rapper earns a majority of his pay from his Yeezy sneaker line, in partnership with Adidas. West also owns his Yeezy apparel line outright.
2. Kylie Jenner
Named the youngest self-made billionaire ever, Kylie Jenner, 21, comes in at No. 2 with $170 million.
The makeup mogul recently launched a distribution deal with Ulta and sold an estimated $55 million worth of products in just six weeks.
Her Kylie Cosmetics company is worth $900 million, according to Forbes, and Jenner holds a 100 per cent stake.
1. Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift tops the list this year, earning a whopping pre-tax income of $185 million.
The "ME" singer, 29, had the highest-grossing tour in the U.S. in 2018. When she joined Universal Music Group, she signed a deal that, according to Forbes, could be worth $200 million.
Swift is no stranger to the No. 1 spot, though. In 2016, she took the crown with an income of $170 million.