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Brit Awards: Burna Boy, Rema, Tyla, Others Bag Nominations

African superstars, Asake, Burna Boy, Rema, Tyla and Libianca have been nominated for the 2024 Brit Awards.

In the Best International Artist category, Burna Boy and Asake found themselves nominated alongside American icons like Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Sza, Olivia Rodrigo, and Lana Del Rey.

Rema secured a nomination in the Best International Song category with his chart-topping single ‘Calm Down’. Joining him are other African talents, including Cameroonian-American singer Libianca, recognized for her track ‘People’, and South African rising star Tyla, acknowledged for her hit record ‘Water’.

Full Nominations List

Artist of the Year

  1. Arlo Parks
  2. Central Cee
  3. Dave
  4. Dua Lipa
  5. Fred again
  6. J Hus
  7. Jessie Ware
  8. Little Simz
  9. Olivia Dean
  10. Raye
  11. Lol

Group of the Year

  1. Blur
  2. Chase & Status
  3. Headie One & K-Trap
  4. Jungle
  5. Young Fathers

Best New Artist

  1. Mahalia
  2. Olivia Dean
  3. PinkPantheress
  4. Raye
  5. Yussef Dayes

 

Song of the Year

  1. Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding – Miracle
  2. Casso/Raye/D-Block Europe – Prada
  3. Central Cee – Let Go
  4. Dave and Central Cee – Sprinter
  5. Dua Lipa – Dance The Night
  6. Ed Sheeran – Eyes Closed
  7. J Hus featuring Drake – Who Told You
  8. Kenya Grace – Strangers
  9. Lewis Capaldi – Wish You The Best
  10. PinkPantheress – Boy’s A Liar
  11. Raye featuring 070 Shake – Escapism
  12. Rudimental, Charlotte Plank and Vibe Chemistry – Dancing Is Healing
  13. Stormzy featuring Debbie – Firebabe
  14. Switch Disco and Ella Henderson – React
  15. Venbee & Goddard – Messy In Heaven

 

Mastercard Album of the Year

  1. Blur – The Ballad Of Darren
  2. J Hus – Beautiful And Brutal Yard
  3. Little Simz – No Thank You
  4. Raye – My 21st Century Blues
  5. Young Fathers – Heavy Heavy

 

International Artist of the Year

  1. Asake
  2. Burna Boy
  3. Caroline Polachek
  4. CMAT
  5. Kylie Minogue
  6. Lana Del Rey
  7. Miley Cyrus
  8. Olivia Rodrigo
  9. SZA
  10. Taylor Swift

International Song of the Year

  1. Billie Eilish – What Was I Made For?
  2. David Kushner – Daylight
  3. Doja Cat – Paint The Town Red
  4. Jazzy – Giving Me
  5. Libianca – People
  6. Meghan Trainor – Made You Look
  7. Miley Cyrus – Flowers
  8. Noah Kahan – Stick Season
  9. Oliver Tree and Robin Schulz – Miss You
  10. Olivia Rodrigo – Vampire
  11. Peggy Gou – It Goes Like (Nanana)
  12. Rema – Calm Down
  13. SZA – Kill Bill
  14. Tate McRae – Greedy
  15. Tyla – Water

 

International Group of the Year

  1. Blink-182
  2. Boygenius
  3. Foo Fighters
  4. Gabriels
  5. Paramore

Alternative/Rock Act – public vote

  1. Blur
  2. Bring Me The Horizon
  3. The Rolling Stones
  4. Young Fathers
  5. Yussef Dayes

 

Pop Act – Public Vote

  1. Calvin Harris
  2. Charli XCX
  3. Dua Lipa
  4. Olivia Dean
  5. Raye

 

R&B Act – public vote

  1. Cleo Sol
  2. Jorja Smith
  3. Mahalia
  4. Raye
  5. Sault

 

Hip Hop/Grime/Rap Act – public vote

  1. Casisdead
  2. Central Cee
  3. Dave
  4. J Hus
  5. Little Simz

Dance Act – public vote

  1. Barry Can’t Swim
  2. Becky Hill
  3. Calvin Harris
  4. Fred Again
  5. Romy

 

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