Chart-topping artists A$AP Rocky, Fetty Wap, the WeekndScHoolboy Q and others are among Forbes' 30 Under 30 list.

Other twenty-somethings that appear on the list included Metro Boomin, Leon Bridges, Jason Derulo and Kehlani.

Rocky was one of the many celebs who sat down for an interview with the magazine and talked about his stake in the fashion game and how he sees his effort as different than Kanye West's DONDA.

"I wanted to make something for lifestyle, to put people into a new lifestyle," he said. "I wanted to make some for culture, some for music, some for skating...How do you organize all that? About a year and a half, two years ago, I just came up with an idea of just being involved in something more than A$AP Rocky. I want to be in the field and be respected as a creator of original ideas."

The "Fashion Killa" rhymer also spoke about how his upbringing in Harlem influenced him. "When it comes to fashion and stuff, we’re just nostalgic. Harlem, from the Renaissance, from music, everything cultural, I think it’s impactful to an urban community on another level," he said. "We had our own fashion sense. You’ve got music, you’ve got culture, you’ve got food. What I think is incredible about Harlem is that no matter who you are coming out of Harlem you just feel like somebody."

Check out the the full list at Forbes.com.

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