- Forbes recently dropped its 2021 30 under 30 music list to the joy of fans
- Music stars, Roddy Ricch and Doja Cat, were honoured for their achievements
- The year 2020 was a tough one for many music artistes but the listed stars were able to make great things happen
American music stars, Roddy Ricch and Doja Cat were recently celebrated for their achievements in year 2020 by Forbes. The talented artistes made the 30 under 30 Music Class of 2021.
According to Forbes, Roddy Ricch got $20m richer after his album, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, topped charts. The singer also won a Grammy and his hit song, The Box, dominated TikTok and had over 1.2 billion views.
At just 22-years old, the music star is doing great things in his hometown in California by investing in real estate and teaching financial literacy through his foundation that he would soon launch.
25-year-old controversial singer, Doja Cat, was also an honouree of the Forbes 30 under 30 list.
She emerged as one of the biggest stars in the year 2020 mostly due to her massive hit, Say So. The song went viral on TikTok and has reportedly been used on the app in more than 18 million videos.
According to Forbes, Doja’s distinct blend of rap, pop and R&B made her one of the biggest stars of the year.
Others who made the list include Gibson Hazard, Olivia Rudensky, William Robillard-Cole, to name a few.
Nice one. Congrats to them.
In other Briefly.co.za celebrity news, Natasha Thahane has taken to social media to share that her dad has bought her Christmas clothes. The stunner makes her own money but she is still her daddy's little angel.
The Blood & Water actress took to Twitter on Tuesday, 1 December to reveal that she's is ready for Christmas Day, thanks to her dad. Even though she has her own company and has been part of highly-paying TV productions such as The Queen and Skeem Saam, her dad decided to spoil his bundles of joy this festive season. Natasha wrote:
Natasha is also a brand ambassador for top brands but her father decided to put his parenting abilities to good use. Social media users have flooded Natasha's comment section with their thoughts on her father's good deed.
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