Even by the standards of a global superstar, Ed Sheeran can look back on 2017 with some satisfaction.

Not only did his third album ÷ [Divide] outsell any other in the UK and US last year, it also helped net the singer £28million – propelling him to second spot in the list of wealthiest British musicians under 30.
The 27-year-old also broke into the overall top 40 Sunday Times Rich List of UK music stars, tied at 35th on a net worth of £80million with Take That star Gary Barlow, 47.
Sheeran has enjoyed a meteoric rise since breaking out in 2011 and last year’s chart-topping ÷ spawned more top ten singles than any album in UK history.
But he has some way to go to catch Adele, 30, as Britain’s richest young musician, who is worth an estimated £140million.
This was up £15million on the previous rich list and her phenomenally successful third album 25 remained one of 2017’s best-selling, despite being released two years earlier.

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