Earlier this year, TIME revealed its 100 Most Influential People and, among them, were Chance the Rapper, Donald Glover, and Alicia Keys.

Now, the magazine has announced its picks for the 25 Most Influential People on the Internet and, for its third annual roundup, Chance has been chosen again, as well as Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry, Chrissy Teigen, Katy Perry, and Branden Miller (a.k.a. Joanne the Scammer). Determined by both their global impact on social media and overall ability to drive news, here’s what the mag had to say about each:

Chance the Rapper: “[He] didn’t need a record deal to become a hip-hop superstar. That’s thanks largely to his mastery of the internet, both as a distribution method (all three of his mixtapes have been streaming-only) and as a tool to build meaningful relationships with his many young fans.”

Rihanna: “In the past year alone, she has made headlines for Snapchatting herself feeding birds on the streets of New York while clad in a bright red, heart-shaped jacket, hitting back at body shamers with a Gucci Mane meme and personally jumping into her own Instagram comments to shout out fans and shut down haters (a phenomenon known as RIHplies). How fitting, then, that she’s set to star in a movie that is wholly inspired by a meme of herself.”

Kim Kardashian: “Kardashian has revamped her online presence, emphasizing family photos over flashy baubles. But even as she preaches a more restrained approach to social media (“when I’m in my house, I’m hardly on my phone”), she remains one of its most sought-after scions, commanding more than 100 million followers on Instagram alone.”

Chrissy Teigen: “The 31-year-old has bridged the celebrity-civilian gap by using her vast social media platform — nearly 20 million followers between Twitter and Instagram — to share unfiltered missives about everything from plastic surgery to the unbearable duration of the Oscars.”

Katy Perry: “During her recent 96-hour livestream on YouTube, Perry underwent therapy, practiced transcendental meditation and yoga and even slept while cameras were rolling. It may have been promotional (for Perry’s new album, Witness), but it was the closest any major entertainer has come to giving fans the kind of “real” intimacy that social media purports to provide.”

Branden Miller: “His impact, both in popularizing the concept of ‘scamming’ (trying to take any advantage you can get in a bum economy) and in building a bona-fide brand…now comprises an emoji app, a documentary, a forthcoming TV series and alliances with celebrities such as Nick Jonas and Ariana Grande.”

Check out REVOLT on the red carpet at 2015’s TIME 100 Gala.