The Ivors have announced the winners of its 2020 awards and among the list are some very deserving artists!
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, an award ceremony for the prestigious Ivors didn’t take place this year and instead, the winners were announced on The Matt Wilkinson Show on Apple Music 1 from 11am-1pm today (September 2).
During the show, it was revealed that north London’s Little Simz is the winner of Best Album for her 2019 LP Grey Area.
Winning the award for Best Track is Streatham’s Dave whose powerful track “Black” was awarded Best Contemporary Song.
Fellow Londoner Labrinth also scooped up his second Ivors award for Best Television Soundtrack with Euphoria.
Check out The Ivors 2020 winners below:
Grey Area – Written by Inflo and Little Simz
Performed by Little Simz. Published in the UK by Universal Music Publishing.
Best Contemporary Song
Black – Written by Dave and Fraser T Smith
Performed by Dave. Published in the UK by Warner Chappell Music and Kobalt Music Publishing.
Best Original Film Score
Midsommar – Composed by Bobby Krlic
Published in the UK by A24 Music – Kobalt Music Publishing.
Best Original Video Game Score
Draugen – Composed by Simon Poole
Best Song Musically and Lyrically
Age of Anxiety- Written and performed by Jamie Cullum Published in the UK by Sentric Music Ltd.
Best Television Soundtrack
Euphoria – Composed by Labrinth
Published in the UK by Universal Music Publishing.
PRS for Music Most Performed Work
Giant – Written by Calvin Harris, Jamie Hartman, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Troy Miller
Performed by Calvin Harris and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man. Published in the UK by EMI Music Publishing, Reservoir Reverb Music, Warner Chappell Music and Bucks Music Group.
Rising Star Award with Apple Music
Presented to Mysie
Songwriter of the Year
Presented to Steve Mac
Presented to Joan Armatrading