Adele has reigned supreme on the top of the under 30s list for the past few years with a whopping £50million pound fortune – double the £25million each of the One Direction boys (including Zayn Malik) have to their name.
1D shared the second place spot five ways, closely followed by Ed Sheeran at number 7 with a huge £20million. Ed famously said that he stops himself blowing all his cash by giving himself a monthly allowance – savvy!
Sam Smith is the only new entry in the under 30s list, popping straight in at number 14 with an estimated fortune of £12million - not bad for his first full year in pop!
Topping the list of musicians overall is Paul McCartney with an incredible £730million in the bank (£20million more than he had last year) – how do you even begin to spend all that?!
Calvin Harris made it onto the main poll in the 30th place spot with his fortune of £70million – beating Take That’s Gary Barlow by £5million. Lend us a tenner, Calv?
Check out the full list of earners under 30:
1. Adele (£50m)
2=. Niall Horan (£25m)
2=. Zayn Malik (£25m)
2=. Liam Payne (£25m)
2=. Harry Styles (£25m)
2=. Louis Tomlinson (£25m)
7. Ed Sheeran (£20m)
8=. Ellie Goulding (£13m)
8=. Jessie J (£13m)
8=. Leona Lewis (£13m)
8=. Katie Melua (£13m)
8=. Marcus Mumford and Carey Mulligan (£13m)
8=. Alex Turner (£13m)
14=. Jamie Cook and Katie Downes (£12m)
14=. Sam Smith (£12m)
14=. Florence Welch (£12m)
17=. Matt Helders (£10m)
17=. Olly Murs (£10m)
17=. Nick O'Malley (£10m)
20. Marvin and Rochelle Humes (£9m)
The highest earning musicians in the UK and Ireland overall are: