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Stormzy Makes The Sunday Times’ 2020 Richest Musicians Under 30 List

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Award-winning UK rapper Stormzy makes the Sunday Times’ 2020 Richest Musicians Under 30 list.

The decorated rapper made his first appearance on the list last year. This year, Stormzy tied with Rita Ora, both having £20 million, with an increase of £4m on his his fortune last year.

Topping the list with £200m is Ed Sheeran, Stormzy‘s close comrade and collaborator.

The Sunday Times’ Richest Musicians Under 30 list is a representation of the wealth of UK artists. Harry Styles, Little Mix, Sam Smith are also on this year’s list.

Stormzy being on this year’s list comes as no surprise since he had an awesome year- scoring the Official Charts double with a number 1 album and number 1 single, as well as headlining Glastonbury with a historic performance.

Check out the full Richest Musicians Under 30 list below. Read more on Sunday Times’ lists here.

1 Ed Sheeran£200mUp £40m
2 Harry Styles£63mUp £5m
3 Niall Horan£50mUp £1m
4 Little Mix£48mUp £3m
5 Louis Tomlinson£45mUp £1m
6 Liam Payne£44mUp £2m
7 Zayn Malik£36mNo change
8 Sam Smith£33mUp £1m
9= Rita Ora£20mUp £2m
9= Stormzy£20mUp £4m
11= George Ezra£16mNew
11= Dua Lipa£16mNew

Check out Stormzy’s music video for “Big For Your Boots“.

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