BRITs Roundup



As ever, the BRIT Awards was an incredible celebration of music, and what a way to break our pandemic-caused live music hiatus.

Black Butter legend J Hus won the coveted Male Solo Artist, and RCA’s Little Mix picked up their fourth BRIT Award – and simultaneously made history as the first female band to win British Group. Leigh-Anne, Perrie and Jade floored fans with their exceptional acceptance speech (plus receiving some congratulatory flowers from Spice Girl legend Geri, no less!), and our favourite crooner Harry Styles won British Single for Watermelon Sugar, which is now double platinum and his biggest selling global track. 

Performances included an incredible BRIT Awards debut from Relentless Records’ Headie One – performing his hit single ‘Ain’t It Different’ – before being joined on stage by Black Butter’s Young T & Bugsey for a rendition of ‘Princess Cuts’. Columbia’s Rag’n’Bone Man and RCA’s P!NK stunned the audience with their moving performance of ‘Anywhere Away From Here’, aptly teaming up with the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust Choir. 

What a night – we are already counting down the days to next year, and more live music in the coming months!