Adele, Harry Styles, Lily Allen

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Somebody's no doubt singing a happy tune right about now.

The Sunday Times just released its 2013 Young Music Rich List, which reveals how U.K. artists 30 and under are faring monetarily.

And the musician at the top may surprise you.

Oh, who are we kidding?

Thanks to the continuing success of her album, 21, Adele came in at No. 1 with an estimated $46 million fortune.

And while the boy band One Direction is also doing well for themselves, ranking second with about $38 million, Harry Styles and company do have to split that five ways. Of course, that's certainly nothing to complain about.

Others who made the cash-filled list include Cheryl Cole ($21 million), Leona Lewis ($18 million), Florence Welch ($13 million) and Lily Allen ($12 million).

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