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Find out where Jay Z, Calvin Harris, Beyoncé and Dr Dre landed on this year's Forbes Highest Paid Musicians list.
This year Bruno Mars and Jay Z caught up with Diddy. Each earnt $60 million each, Bruno Mars from his Moonshine Jungle Tour and Jay and Diddy mainly from their business ventures.
Taylor might have just missed the top ten but she's had the most successful year of her career so far, and 2015 is set to be even bigger.
The country singer has had a good year touring and with his restaurant chain.
The Scottish DJ made it to the top of the world's top paid DJs list by a long way in 2014 and he doesn't measure up bad against all the world's musicians either.
He might be 72-years-old but he's still touring and taking in over $3.2 million per city he stops at.
The boys year has been filled with touring, new merchandise, new adverts and a number one album. Picture: Rex
All it seemed like he was causing trouble more than he was touring this year, Bieber actually had his most successful tour yet, bringing in the big bucks.
Each night of Bruce Springsteen's tour this year brought in more than $4 million, which has put him just $1 million behind third place.
Bon Jovi has certainly still got it. Their 2014 tour grossed more than a quarter of a billion dollars.
The Eagles managed to bag such a large sum thanks to their ongoing 'History Of The Eagles Tour.'
The Queen never rests. Beyoncé had a hugely successful year thanks to the continuation of her 'The Mrs Carter World Tour,' her collaborative 'On The Run Tour' with Jay Z and endorsement deals with Pepsi and H&M.
Through selling Beats, the company he co-founded, to Apple, Dr took home an impressive $620 million. The sum has made history by creating the biggest pay gap between the artist in at number one and number two ever.