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PLAYLIST: BRIT Awards 2017

23rd February 2017 | BRIT Awards 2017

PLAYLIST: BRIT Awards 2017

The BRIT Awards are over for another year, but with such a massive year of music behind us, there’s still time to reminisce and enjoy the songs that 2016 bestowed upon us.

The BRIT Awards 2017 were more diverse than ever before, and with such deserving winners, come some acts who didn’t leave with a gong… that we believe should have.

We have put together a playlist of the nights biggest winners… and some of the losers as well to highlight just how massive the BRIT Awards 2017 were.



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Feel free to share around, and here’s to another year!

WIN: The BRIT Awards 2017

16th February 2017 | BRIT Awards 2017

WIN: The BRIT Awards 2017

The biggest night of the British music calendar is nearly here!

On Wednesday 22nd of February, all of the stars will head down to The O2, London for The BRIT Awards to watch performances from the likes of Katy Perry, Bruno Mars, Little Mix, Ed Sheeran and more.

Each year, the awards open two categories up to the public: British Artist Video and British Breakthrough Act. But now we’re shaking things up!


One of the biggest categories on the night is Mastercard British Album of the Year where the BRITs panel will chose the best album of 2016 between: The 1975, David Bowie, Kano, Michael Kiwanuka and Skepta.

But, we want to know who YOU want to win!


Enter the poll below and vote for your favourite album of the year and you could win the latest albums from The 1975 and Michael Kiwanuka on vinyl.

This opportunity closes on Wednesday 22nd February 2017.

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Grime @ The BRIT Awards: Craig David

15th February 2017 | BRIT Awards 2017

Grime @ The BRIT Awards: Craig David

As the BRIT Awards look to become more inclusive and diverse, in our series 'Grime @ The BRIT Awards', Myles McCaulskey looks into grime's increasing prevalence at music's biggest night in Britain

Nomination: British Male Solo Artist

If I said spoke to you about Craig David in early 2015, half of you would have probably started singing one of his old-school classics like 7 Days, whereas some of you may have even asked Who’s That? You won’t be doing that anymore. Well some of you might.

In 2015, Craig dropped a Justin Bieber Where Are You Now cover which gained him some attention and then followed up the hype with a Top 10 single with Big Narstie called When The Bassline Drop. Craig David was officially back with a bang.


Since then, he’s upped the work rate massively securing another top 10 single with Blonde on Nothing Like This and working with Sigala on Ain’t Giving up which reached No. 23 on the UK Charts.

Craig David’s incredible comeback was official when he gained the Number 1 album spot for his critically acclaimed album Following My Intuition back in September 2016. It was his first number one album since Born To Do It, which came out in 2000.

The Southampton native has been a key figure in UK music since 2000 and it is nice to see him doing what he does best. Making good music for the people.


Between 2001-2006 he received 12 nominations for the BRITs but he hasn’t won yet. Maybe this will be his year?

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