Jay-Z may have been the one to sign a 10-year, $150 million deal with Live Nation (as well as land Beyoncéfor a wife), but it's not enough to out-bling 50 Cent, who landed on top of forbes.com's list of Hip-Hop Cash Kings. Fiddy banked a huge $150 million last year (nearly twice what Jay-Z did) thanks to the cool $100 million he made — after taxes — from his take in Glaceau's Vitaminwater, which Coca-Cola bought for $4.1 billion. He's also the brains behind the G-Unit clothing line and record label as well as movies, video games and platinum albums. Sean "Diddy" Combs came in third this year on the list, with $35 million earned from his clothing line Sean John, his Bad Boy record label, two reality shows and a deal with Cîroc vodka. Kanye West was fourth in line, with $30 million from his various multi-platinum albums and his songwriting and producing successes. Dr. Dre rounded out the list with $15 million, mainly from royalties and surprisingly, Tupac Shakur, who was killed 10 years ago, still pulled in $15 million from his royalties. Now that's a legacy fit for a (hip-hop) king.