Forbes recently released its list of Top 10 "Social Networking Superstars" and Rihanna scored the No. 1 spot (despite her endless retweets of any and everything related to being a Pisces). Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift also top the list, because their Instagram photos of food are obviously much more interesting than yours.
But you're probably already following those people on Twitter (hence their slots in the Top 10), so we made a list of musicians you're probably not following yet. Why should you follow them? Because they're funny! No, for real: 40 percent of these people have referred to Louis C.K. in a tweet at some point.
Check out our list of 10 funny musicians you're probably not following yet on Twitter—all of these people have less than a million followers—and let us know your favorite musicians to follow in the comments.
10. Amanda Palmer
Given that the singer-songwriter's nickname is "Amanda F***ing Palmer," she better be f***ing funny.
9. Wayne Coyne
Following the lead singer of the Flaming Lips on Twitter is like trying to piece together a puzzle but having no clue what the final picture looks like.
8. Billy Corgan
In between the Smashing Pumpkin's tweets about wrestling and the Chicago Cubs, a few funny ones stand out.
7. Erykah Badu
The always outspoken Badu tweets about everything from Dwyane Wade to vegetarian food in Istanbul. And she's pretty funny about it.
6. Aimee Mann
Gotta love the fact that the successful and accomplished singer-songwriter put "Oscar loser" in her bio.
5. St. Vincent
It's bad enough the indie rock darling is already at the top of every boyfriend's "Free Pass" list, but Annie Clark is also really good at the internet. Unfair.
The DJ and producer shares his hilarious commentary on any and everything that's on his mind...practically every hour on the hour.
3. Neko Case
The New Pornographer and solo artist shells out funny life advice as well a healthy dose of random life observations.
2. Ted Leo
Ted Leo of Ted Leo and the Pharmacists: Fighting the good fight against excessive Olympic beach volleyball coverage since 2012.
The Brooklyn rapper is killing the hip hop game and winning Twitter at the same time.