The 2021 Brit Awards, the greatest occasion in British music, as of late occurred. The honor service was overwhelmed by Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, and Dua Lipa. The feature of the service was Swift, who turned into the principal ever female craftsman to get the desired Global Icon grant. The champs were given a cool-looking statuette that really exemplifies Britannia, i.e., Britain embodied in female structure.
Aside from Swift making history, Styles likewise made an imprint. All things considered, he brought home the Single of the Year grant for his hit song Watermelon Sugar.
The track, delivered in 2019, additionally won him a Grammys for Best Pop Solo Performance. In the meantime, Dua Lipa won the Album of the Year grant for Future Nostalgia alongside the Female Solo Artist grant.
Awards: J Hus, Little Mix, Arlo Parks bagged an award each
The Male Solo Artist grant went to British rapper J Hus for his commitment to the Afroswing kind. The Group grant went to Little Mix. Them three delivered the hit album Confetti last year.
Vocalist musician Arlo Parks won the Breakthrough Artist Award. Her presentation album Collapsed in Sunbeams was delivered for the current year and was cherished by fans and pundits.
More winners: Grammys’ snub The Weeknd won Male Solo Artist award
The Weeknd, who has been reprimanded for a year by many honor functions including Grammys, at long last succeeded at the Brits.
He brought home the Male Solo Artist grant. Billie Eilish won the International Female Solo Artist grant. Her eagerly awaited new album Happier Than Ever is delivering worldwide on July 30.
The Best International Group grant went to the American pop-musical crew, Haim. Coldplay gave an extraordinarily moving presentation on the Thames waterway. They additionally played out their pristine single, Higher Power.
Performances: Coldplay and Dua Lipa’s performances stole the show
Dua Lipa captured everyone’s attention with her high-beat music and alluringly arranged daily schedule.
Other amazing exhibitions incorporated The Weeknd and Elton John. Rag’n’Bone Man and P!nk likewise performed at the Brits, close by Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust Choir.