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There's not just rolling in the hits - they're rolling in the big bucks too! Join Capital as we take a look at the top ten musicians under 30 from the Sunday Times rich list 2013.
The JLS man enjoyed a sold-out tour with the group last year as well as releasing new album 'Evolution'. He's also got his own farm to keep him busy as well.
The Welsh songstress has failed to match the dizzying heights of her 2008 debut album 'Rockferry', but the success of her record has still helped her earn a place inside the 2013 list.
Joining JB and Duffy on earnings of £6 million is the Girls Aloud singer. The band released their greatest hits collection to celebrate their tenth year together last year and recently wrapped up a sold-out reunion tour.
The star's past twelve months have involved more nappies then hit singles, but with a new album on the way - expect the singer's 2014 position to rise.
With a position as a coach on The Voice, as well as the ever-growing success of her debut album 'Who You Are' - the last twelve months have rocketed the singer up the top ten.
The Welsh star may not have produced any music since 2010 but her TV career and previous hits continue to keep her in the top ten for another year.
The Florence & The Machine frontwoman joined forces with the likes of Calvin Harris over the past twelve months and continues to enjoy the success of the group's album 'Ceremonials', so much so she's added an extra £2m to her earnings in the past year.
It's been over a year since she released her last album 'A Secret Symphony' but sales of that record and her six times platinum selling debut 'Call Off The Search' have kept Katie on the same number as 2012.
The 'Bleeding Love' has gone on to become one of the most successful acts The X Factor has ever produced and her popularity worldwide keeps her inside the top ten once again.
The star's album 'A Million Lights' produced hit singles such as 'Call My Name' and 'Under The Sun', she released her autobiography, went out on a sold out solo tour and also reunited with Girls Aloud. It's no surprise Cheryl finds herself in prime position on this countdown.
The 'Rolling In The Deep' singer remains top of the list for a second year in a row adding an additional £10m to her career earnings. The past twelve months have seen her record '21' continue to sell by the bucket loads and she's also added an Oscar and a Golden Globe to her bulging awards cabinet.