Stormzy has been awarded an artist of the year in BBC Music awards, topping an immensely successful year.
The Debut album Gang Signs by south London MC, was the top top-rated, beat Lorde and Ed Sheeran to reach the top position.
The year biggest selling album was Rag N Bone Man’s prize “Human,” which came and his debut album became popular,
The BBC music awards at the glitzy televised arena concert in the previous year was presented in which Robbie Williams and Little Mix performed very well.
The fourth annual awards winners were revealed in a one-hour BBC Two program titled “The Year In Music 2017,” which was hosted by Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo and Claudia Winkleman. Due to low viewership, the previous years’ live arena format was abandoned.
The Gang Signs & Prayer singer won Artist of the Year, capping off a remarkable year that saw him win three MOBOs, have his debut album go to Number One, and play at the BRIT Awards and Glastonbury.
The last one award, for artist of the year from BBC, was awarded to one of the rising stars Declan McKenna, who sang a few pop songs like Corruption of Fifa, transgender conversion, and police brutality. The star who first used to play his songs on the Radio and then worked with BBC (uploading his songs), introduced his website, and thanked the organization for everything.
Stormzy, who presented his debut album in February, became one of the year’s biggest stars.
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