The first-ever TIME 100 Next list is here.
Among TIME's honorees are Camila Cabello, Awkwafina, Bad Bunny, Beanie Feldstein, Keke Palmer, Lil Nas X and Aly Raisman, who all represent the future of their respective industries. Piggybacking off the publication's annual TIME 100 list, which recognizes the most influential public figures of the year, the TIME 100 Next list highlights the 100 individuals shaping the worlds of entertainment, politics, business, human rights and more.
Camila and Awkwafina are joined by sexual assault survivor and activist Chanel Miller, NBA star Zion Williamson, Glossier founder Emily Weiss and President of Costa Rica Carlos Alvarado Quesada on six separate TIME covers. Inside the issue, famous guest contributors like Jimmy Fallon, Ricky Martin, Camila Mendes, Hillary Clinton and Olivia Wilde have penned pieces on several honorees.
Spanish musician Alejandro Sanz dedicated the following message to Camila, who he described as a "pure and magnetic artist."
"In times like these, when noise can distort the purity of an artist's message, Camila has managed to honor her story and her background in an authentic way with her pop music," he shared. "The impact of her songs—from 'Havana' and ‘Señorita' to ‘Shameless' and ‘Liar'—has opened the door so that the world can see and hear the massive potential of the Latin music community. The privilege of being her friend is an inspiring gift."
Additional individuals on the coveted list include Henry Golding, Lili Reinhart, Billie Eilish, K-pop group Blackpink, Noah Centineo, YouTube star Emma Chamberlain, tennis player Coco Gauff, Robert and Bindi Irwin, Jharrel Jerome, Megan Thee Stallion, singer Maggie Rogers, Mj Rodriguez and Lilli Singh.
On Thursday, Nov. 14, the rising stars will convene at a summit in New York City.
Congratulations to all the honorees!