At only 24, Chicago native Chance The Rapper comes in as the youngest person on Fortunes ’40 Under 40′ list, the publication’s “annual ranking of the most influential young people in business.”

The site highlighted Chance’s none traditional road to success in the music industry becoming a activist, and inking multiple endorsement deals including Apple Music, Nike, New Era, The Chicago Cubs and more. Chance The Rapper has rewritten the rules on making mixtapes and streaming albums eligible for Grammy nominations while earning one himself.

Chance the Rapper who has said he is ‘bigger than Donald Trump,” was recently congratulated by fellow Chicagoan and former President Barack Obama for serving as grand marshal in the city’s Bud Billiken Parade, the largest African-American parade in the United States — joins names like Mark Zuckerbeg, Daniel Ek, Serena Williams and Kevin Hart in the ranking.