Here are all the winners from the BRIT Awards 2019

“WE never win this! Thank you so much we have had absolutely no shame in asking people every day to vote for this,” gushed Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

Картинки по запросу Here are all the winners from the BRIT Awards 2019 – rolling list

The BRIT Awards are back for the 39th year running and some of the biggest stars like Jorja Smith, Mabel and more are going to be hitting London’s O2 Arena.

The biggest night in British music will see homegrown artists and international acts alike take over the capital for an incredible night of live music.

The 1975 picked up two of the biggest awards of the night, for Best British Group and Best Album, for their latest LP A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships. 

Jorja Smith, George Ezra, The 1975, Little Mix and The Carters (Beyonce and Jay Z) all picked up awards, and the audience was been treated to some vibrant, superbly choreographed performances from Little Mix and Ms Banks, Dua Lipa with Calvin Harris, and a stripped-down, moving show from Jorja Smith.

We’ve got the full list of nominees and winners right here for you!

British male
Sam Smith
Craig David
Aphex Twin
George Ezra – WINNER

British female
Florence + the Machine
Jorja Smith – WINNER
Lily Allen
Jess Glynne

British Artist Video Of The Year (voted for by the public)

Anne Marie – 2002Calvin Harris And Dua Lipa – One Kiss
Clean Bandit ft Demi Lovato – Solo
Dua Lipa – IDGAF
Jax Jones ft Ina Wroldsen – Breathe
Jonas Blue ft Jack and Jack – Rise
Liam Payne and Rita Ora – For You
Little Mix ft Nicki Minaj – Woman Like Me
Rita Ora – Let Me Love You
Rudimental ft Macklemore, Jess Glynne and Dan Caplen – These Days


Ariana Grande – WINNER

Camila Cabello

Cardi B

Christine and the Queens

Janelle Monáe



The Carters – WINNER

First Aid Kit

Nile Rodgers & Chic

Twenty One Pilots

TRNSMT pageant boss responds to criticism of all-male headliners for 2019

“As an industry we can do more, and that includes providing a platform for female artists.”

Картинки по запросу TRNSMT festival boss responds to criticism of all-male headliners for 2019

The team behind Scotland’s TRNSMT Festival has responded to criticism of the event’s 2019 line up.

The bill was unveiled a few hours ago, and contains an all-male batch of headliners: George Ezra, Stormzy, and Catfish & The Bottlemen.

Talking to NME, Ellis mentioned that the line-up displays a few of the largest feminine names of the second, and reiterated his remark to “creating feminine artists” as a way to make them the headliners of tomorrow.

One other account claimed that feminine acts solely accounted for twenty p.c of the line-up, and confirmed the massive gaps that happen when ladies are eliminated.

“We attempt to have extra females on the invoice. Jess Glynne is an enormous artist and she or he’s there. Would I choose to have extra feminine artists on the invoice? Sure. But it surely’s additionally about creating feminine artists to make them into headliners. We had Sigrid on the King Tut’s final yr, however we’ve now upgraded her to the primary stage,” mentioned Ellis.

As a result of this, founder Geoff Ellis spoke to NME about the booking policy, and the thinking behind it.

“We try to have more females on the bill. Jess Glynne is a big artist and she’s there. Would I prefer to have more female artists on the bill? Yes. But it’s also about developing female artists to make them into headliners. We had Sigrid on the King Tut’s last year, but we’ve now upgraded her to the main stage”.

TRNSMT is run by DF Concerts, who also curate separate event Edinburgh Summer Sessions on Scotland’s East Coast. Ellis continued:

“You’ve got people like Florence & The Machine who we would’ve been delighted to have as a TRNSMT headliner, but she’s coming in August so we’ve got her headlining two nights at Edinburgh Summer Sessions instead”.

“We’ve got CHVRCHES headlining the Summer Sessions too, so it’s not that we’re ignoring female artists, but you can’t always get them on the weekend of your festival and sometimes you’ve got to get them at different points of the year”.

Soundcheck: The 16 Best Music Releases Of The Week

Chloe x Halle, Little Boots, + many more Every weekend, we bring you #SOUNDCHECK—your new destination for the best of the best new music that hit the web over the course of the week. Because you should always be prepared when someone passes you that AUX cord.

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This One’s For You
Florida Georgia Line Can't Say I Ain't Country Billboard Top Country Albums
Can’t Say I Ain’t Country


Kacey Musgraves Golden Hour Billboard Top Country Albums
Golden Hour
Dan + Shay Dan + Shay Billboard Top Country Albums
Dan + Shay
Chris Stapleton Traveller Billboard Top Country Albums


Kane Brown Kane Brown Billboard Top Country Albums
Kane Brown



Kane Brown Experiment Billboard Top Country Albums





Jason Aldean Rearview Town Billboard Top Country Albums

Rearview Town


Thomas Rhett Life Changes Billboard Top Country Albums
Life Changes


George Strait 50 Number Ones Billboard Top Country Albums
50 Number Ones



Brett Young Brett Young Billboard Top Country Albums
Brett Young
Jon Pardi California Sunrise Billboard Top Country Albums
California Sunrise



Carrie Underwood Cry Pretty Billboard Top Country Albums
Cry Pretty
Morgan Wallen If I Know Me Billboard Top Country Albums
If I Know Me
Zac Brown Band Greatest Hits So Far... Billboard Top Country Albums
Greatest Hits So Far…


Tim McGraw 35 Biggest Hits Billboard Top Country Albums
35 Biggest Hits

“Step By Step” – Sia
Suddenly it feels like summer again. Sia is “so in love” in this upbeat new track.

Overgrown – Ivy Sole
Queer rapper-singer Ivy Sole released her debut LP Overgrown this week and—if the cover art is any indication—it feels earthy, raw, and real. Kinda like Ivy herself.

“Come Home” – Pip Blom
Guitars! Indie rock band Pip Blom does not disappoint with their newest single “Come Home,” with lead singer Blom’s vocals amplifying the moody yet up-beat track.

“Bottled Up” – Dinah Jane ft. Ty Dolla $ign and Marc E. Bassy
One of our favorite Fifth Harmonizers debut single just dropped, and you better believe it’s going to be on everyone’s party playlists as she teams up with Ty Dolla $ign and Marc E. Bassy.

“Since The Day I Was Born” – lostboycrow
If you haven’t gotten into lostboycrow yet, now is your chance to start with his new single “Since The Day I Was Born.” The wistful melody and nostalgic lyrics are preparing me for sweater weather.

“Loyal To Me” – Nina Nesbitt (Luca Schreiner Remix)
Scottish singer-songwriter dropped the remix of “Loyal To Me,” amplifying her breathy vocals with Luca Schreiner’s electric beats, this female empowerment anthem that you’ll want to blast at the next girls night in.

“Superior Emotion” – AlunaGeorge ft. Cautious Clay
AlunaGeorge and Cautious Clay team up for a dreamy melody and telling lyrics about love, a messy kind of love that we all can’t get enough of but know deep down we don’t need.

BY THE SUN – Emily Hackett
Brimming with warm vocals and a classic country vibe, Emily Hackett’s new EP “By the Sun” will make you wish it was summertime all over again.

“Complicity” – Celia Palli
Barcelona-born Celia Palli’s new single “Complicity” is a bewitching tune that you’ll want to play all weekend. This sensual tune is the first single off her new album. She explained that in Spanish “complicity” is a good word: “If one can sense complicity between two lovers, it is seen as a compliment. I asked Nashlyn to write the lyrics with me and we used the connotations that this word has in English to help us describe the deep connection in the relationship I sing about.”

Acadie : Raw – Allysha Joy
If you love a gorgeous, soulful voice—which, come on, of course you do—you’ll love Alysha Joy and her newly released album Acadie : Raw. Joy’s classic R&B sound and captivating lyrics is a much appreciated addition to the growing list of up and coming young R&B artists.

“Guiding Light” – Mumford and Sons
We can always count on the British band to give us what we didn’t even know we needed—a customarily invigorating single “Guiding Light.” They even announced their new album, Delta, will drop in November to boots.

Lady Gaga Addresses Rumors That She And Bradley Cooper Are In Love


“Yes, people saw love. And guess what? That’s what we wanted you to see! This is a love song, ‘Shallow.’ The movie, A Star Is Born, it’s a love story. We worked so hard, we worked all week on that performance.”

Картинки по запросу Lady Gaga Addresses Rumors That She And Bradley Cooper Are In Love

Ever since Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper shared the Oscars stage for an intimate and cinematic performance of “Shallow” from A Star Is Born, the Internet has been speculating whether the co-stars’ on-screen romance has seeped into real life. After all, they looked into each other’s eyes, leaned into each other on the piano bench, and sang lovingly with their eyes closed—they must be in love, right?

To that, Lady Gaga responds with the most epic eye-roll in the history of time:

image“And so I was like, ‘What do you think, Bradley?’ and he laid it all out. Everything that you saw, the way that it was shot, the way that they pushed the piano out, you saw them put the piano together, and us walk up on stage—all of it, that was all him.”

The singer added that it was Cooper’s idea to have the audience lit with amber lighting, so she reached out to her lighting design contact from her own performances to help add that touch to their now-iconic Oscars moment. “Bradley wants honeycomb, and we’ve got to give him what he wants!” Gaga quipped.

Apparently Bradley designed the whole look, from the workers assembling the piano, to the audience being lit with amber, to the way it was shot. “From a performance perspective, it was so important to both of us that we were connected the entire time.”

“I’ve had my arms wrapped around Tony Bennett for three years,” she laughed. “When you’re singing love songs, that’s what you want people to feel.”

“I guess we did a good job. Fooled ya!” she laughed.

She did rave about her costar’s performance, though, and said he wasn’t even nervous. “Bradley’s a musician. My favorite thing about the whole experience was I was just so excited for people not only at home but our peers in the room to see him sing live. He sang every take in this movie live, every single time. All of it.”

Watch Lizzo and Este Haim recreate iconic ‘Anchorman’

Girl when do you SLEEP but thank you for continually blessing us with yourself” and “I’m probably going to create a new account just to like this more than once.”

One fan even believed that the video is a sign of good things to come, tweeting, “I will forever stan this multi talented queen. She is making moves and influences in pop culture and I cannot wait for her to blossom and just flex on the music scene.”

Картинки по запросу Watch Lizzo Perfectly Recreate The Iconic ‘Anchorman’ Jazz Flute Scene

The ‘Juice’ singer started the #FluteAndShoot social media challenge last year, which Will Ferrell – in character of Ron Burgundy – responded to with his own performance. Lizzo posted the clip to Instagram, along with the caption: “YOU’RE GOIN DOWN, BURGUNDY!!!”

After showing off her flute-playing skills in an audition for the role of Ursula in The Little MermaidLizzo has again impressed the Internet with her lifelong talent as an instrumentalist. In a brand new video, the rapper recreated the famous Anchorman jazz flute scene, and it is everything.

For her answer to Will’s challenge, she created her own version of the club in which Ron first performs the jazz flute. However, her establishment is named Lizzo, naturally, and Este Haim makes an appearance, encouraging Lizzo to perform. The video — which is titled “The Legend of Lizzo” — has the rapper impressing the club with her jazz-flute playing skills. For her version of the scene, Lizzo borrows a few moves from Ron, adding a dash of flute to her recently released single “Juice.” Performing on stage, she launches into a rendition that features her stomping on tables, popping in under a bathroom stall, and, of course, a finale with flames.

The clip sees her at a jazz bar with Este Haim, where she reveals that she “dabbles” in jazz flute, before accepting a request to perform on stage and unleashing a flute rendition of her recent single “Juice” – with pyrotechnics included.