Forbes released its fifth annual “30 Under 30” list this week.

Top Dawg Entertainment is represented by ScHoolboy Q, MixedByAli and Dave Free. The rapper and Free, who is the president of the label, made the cut in their last year of eligibility at age 29. MixedByAli has established himself as an integral member of the label as its in-house engineer at the age of 26. Kendrick Lamar was on the list in 2014 and this year is named as an “All-Star Alumni.”

Producers Boi-1da and Metro Boomin made the list at the ages of 29 and 22 respectively.

Both members of Rae Sremmurd are on the list. Slim Jimmy is 23 and Swae Lee is 22.

The Weeknd and Fetty Wap were also included at ages 25 and 24 respectively.

Kehlani is the youngest artist on the list at 20 years old.

Mac Miller, a member of the class of 2012, served as a judge for this year’s list.

Read the entire “30 Under 30” list at Forbes.