Harry Styles’ huge net worth revealed as singer pays himself a whopping £67million after sold-out world tour


Harry Styles‘ huge net worth has been revealed as singer paid himself a whopping £67million after his sold-out world tour.

The singer, 30, was named the UK’s richest young star under 30 for a second year running in 2023 with a fortune of £175million.

He broke the £150million barrier for first time last year after reaping the rewards from two years trotting the globe on his Love On Tour roadshow, which has grossed an astonishing £508million.

In new figures, obtained by The Sun, now reveal that Harry earned £2million per week between April 2022 and March 2023.

Companies House shows that Erskine Touring made a profit of £68million.

His music success is backed by a monster five-movie contract with Marvel to play Eros Starfox, a successful modelling career with a lucrative £8million deal to be Gucci’s ‘muse’, and his Pleasing skincare range.

He’s also shown his generous side by donating his fee for supplying the backing track to the latest Apple AirPod ads to a refugee charity.

Music artists continue to dominate the top five with Dua Lipa in second place with £82.5million, according to Heat’s Rich List.

She has successfully transformed herself into a brand with an online book club, podcast, ever-growing collection of brand deals, designing clothes for Versace and, of course, her appearance in the £1.1billion grossing Barbie film.

Meanwhile, Harry’s former bandmate Niall Horan sits in third place with earnings of £60.4million followed by Liam Payne with £49.4million and Zayn Malik with £38.5million.

Harry’s last album won him Grammy Awards, Brit Awards and a place on most people’s Spotify playlists.

Now he is back in the studio recording a new top secret album, in what is expected to be his most ’emotional’ project yet, the Mail revealed last month.

Spotted in recent weeks stepping inside Rak music studios in St John’s Wood near Regent’s Park, the singer has been hard at work.

The studios were founded in in 1976 by English record producer Mickie Most – who was known for his hits with the Animals, Jeff Beck, Donovan, Suzi Quatro and Kim Wilde, among others. He was also a recording artist, record label boss and TV producer.

In recent years, the studios have been home to record makers such as Ed Sheeran, 33, Adele, 35, Sir Rod Stewart, 79, and David Bowie, who died aged 69 in 2016.

New music from Styles is highly anticipated with many fans pleading for a 2024 album.

Whilst on stage in New Zealand in 2023, he spoke about the songwriting process and teased: ‘We’re almost at the end of the fruit bowl. Come album four, who knows? No citrus is safe.’


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