Drake and Nicki Minaj are among the 58 nominees for this year’s TIME “Person Of The Year” award.

The publication is holding a vote for readers to share their opinion on who has been influential in popular culture.

Drake is up for the vote because of his musical accomplishments and for staying in the headlines.

“The first artist to go platinum in 2015,” the site says, “Drake saw his ‘Hotline Bling‘ video get spoofed by Donald Trump and get covered by a range of artists. His feud with Meek Mill over ghostwriting accusations also reignited debates about authenticity in Hip Hop.”

Nicki Minaj gets the nod for using her platform to engage in social issues and her continued influence in music.

“The artist broke out as one of the entertainment world’s most outspoken voices on issues of race, gender, and sexuality,” TIME says, “and made waves with a headline-grabbing MTV Video Music Award appearance and third world tour.”

Other public figures nominated are Kim Kardashian West, Misty Copeland and Bernie Sanders.

Voting closes at 11:59 p.m. on December 4. The fan’s choice for “Person Of The Year” will be announced December 7.

TIME’s editors will reveal their selection for the award December 9 on NBC’s Today Show.

The distinction has previously gone to Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and multiple United States presidents.

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