Billboard just released a list of the highest-earning musical acts from 2016, and some of them are pretty surprising!
So, we're going to put these artists head-to-head, and it's up to you to guess which one made more $$$ last year.
BeyoncéVia Brad Barket / GettyDrakeVia Kevin Winter / Getty
It was Beyoncé!
Queen Bey topped the list of highest-earning artists of 2016, bringing in a reported $62.1 million. Still, Drake brought in $37.3 million last year — not too shabby.
The BiebsVia Mike Windle / GettyColdplayVia Jonathan Leibson / Getty
It was Coldplay!
Coldplay brought in $32.3 million, compared to Justin's $30.5 million.
KanyeVia Michael Loccisano / GettyAdeleVia Kevin Winter / Getty
It was Adele!
Adele earned $37 million in 2016. Kanye earned $26.1 million.
RihannaVia Jamie McCarthy / GettyPaulVia Jason Kempin / Getty
Yep, Rihanna beat that Beatles money in 2016, bringing in a whopping $22.3 million, compared to Paul's $17.7 million. (But they're both a reported four-five seconds from wildin'.)
CelineVia Ethan Miller / GettyBritneyVia Mike Windle / Getty
This one was close! Celine Dion earned $10.85 million, compared to Britney's still-pretty-incredible $10.7 million.
BruceVia Kevin Mazur / GettyBillyVia Theo Wargo / Getty
It's Bruce Springsteen!
Bruce came in third place on the entire list, earning a reported $42.2 million. Still, Billy Joel brought in a very respectable $23.6 million!
SelenaVia Kevin Winter / GettyThe WeekndVia Rich Fury / Getty
It's The Weeknd!
The Weeknd earned $9.3 million last year, while Selena came in just below at $8.8 million.
BlakeVia Rick Diamond / GettyCarrieVia Christopher Polk / Getty
Carrie Underwood got $19.9 million dollars richer last year. Blake got $9.8 million richer.
JLoVia Kevin Winter / GettySiaVia Kevin Winter / Getty
It's Jennifer Lopez!
JLo raked in a reported $12.17 million last year, while Sia got $8.9 million.
Maroon 5Via Valerie Macon / GettyTwenty One PilotsVia Mark Ralston / AFP / Getty
It's Twenty One Pilots!
The band earned $21.1 million in 2016. Maroon 5 brought in $13.5 million.