Rolling in the deep? Trying rolling in the dough!
The Sunday Times just unveiled its 2014 Young Music Rich List, which reveals how Britain's artists under-30 are faring monetarily.
And for the second year in a row, Adele once again came out on top with an estimated $75 milllion, thanks to the continuing success of her hit album, 21.
DJ Calvin Harris is second on the list with an estimated $50 million in earnings, followed by Cheryl Cole with $26 million.
And while the members of One Direction shared the fourth spot with $23 million each, collectively that brings their combined wealth to $115 million, making them the richest boy band in British music history.
Others who made the cash-filled list include Leona Lewis ($22 million), Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons ($22 million), Florence Welch ($17 million) and Charlotte Church ($13 million).
Of course, it wouldn't surprise us if Adele manages hits No. 1 for a third year in a row, especially if she releases another album in the near future.
Earlier this month, the Grammy winner tweeted out the following ahead of her 26th birthday: "Bye bye 25 ... See you again later in the year x."
Many fans quickly jumped to the conclusion that Adele was hinting that she'll be dropping a new collection of tunes in the coming months. After all, her past albums have been titled 19 and 21. So, one called 25 would make perfect sense, right?
Guess time will tell.