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Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s record firm had more than £5million locked in the bank, financial records show

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Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s record firm had more than £5million locked in the bank by the end of September 2020

Financial records submitted last year show that Rag ‘n’ Bone man’s record company was sat on more than £5million of assets.

According to documents filed to Companies House on December 11, 2020, Ne Oublie Ltd had as much as £5,220,00 in cash readily available both in hand and in the bank.

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the company, which translates from French to mean ‘don’t forget’, paid £276,929 in corporation tax up until September 30, 2020.

Success: Rag 'n' Bone Man's record firm had more than £5million locked in the bank by the end of September 2020, financial records show

Success: Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s record firm had more than £5million locked in the bank by the end of September 2020, financial records show

This represented more than £113,000 more in tax than was paid back in 2019 by the company. 

The Sun reports that the company earned around £1.5million in 2020. 

Despite the successes of Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s record company, another of his firms, Ne Oublie Touring LLP saw a dip in its cash holdings, with the pandemic having put a stop to live gigs.

Financial records until March 31, 2020, showed that the company had more than £560,000 of cash, but this figure had declined to just over £35,000 by 2020.

Number one: According to documents filed to Companies House on December 11, 2020, Ne Oublie Ltd had as much as £5,220,00 in cash readily available both in hand and in the bank

Number one: According to documents filed to Companies House on December 11, 2020, Ne Oublie Ltd had as much as £5,220,00 in cash readily available both in hand and in the bank

MailOnline has approached representatives of Rag ‘n’ Bone Man for comment. 

It comes after Rag ‘n’ Bone Man topped the UK album charts with his new record Life By Misadventure reaching number one on Friday.

The album, which features popular single Anywhere Away From Here, has been met with rave reviews since its April release.

Life By Misadventure is the artist’s – who real name is Rory Graham – second UK album number one, with his debut record Human reaching the top of the Official Albums Chart in February 2017.

Singer: Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the company, which translates from French to mean 'don't forget', paid £276,929 in corporation tax up until September 30, 2020

Singer: Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the company, which translates from French to mean ‘don’t forget’, paid £276,929 in corporation tax up until September 30, 2020

The musician delighted fans when he performed hit single Anywhere Away From Here featuring P!nk, at this year’s BRITs.

Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and P!nk closed Tuesday night’s BRIT Awards, performing their hit Anywhere Away From Here, with the latter joining remotely from the US.

The musical duo were joined by special guest singers from the Greenwich and Lewisham NHS Trust Choir, providing an emotional climax to the show.

For his red carpet appearance, The Human hitmaker looked effortlessly cool in a pair of hexagonal sunglasses and a pair of Dr Martens.

Donning a stylish emerald and navy checked coat, Rag’n’Bone Man beamed ahead of his live performance at the awards.

Chart topper: Rag 'n' Bone Man topped the UK album charts with his new record Life By Misadventure reaching number one on Friday

Chart topper: Rag ‘n’ Bone Man topped the UK album charts with his new record Life By Misadventure reaching number one on Friday

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