Michael Kiwanuka has two nominations for BRIT Awards 2017
Music 19 January 2017
Shortly after releasing ‘Love & Hate’ in July 2015, the album was shortlisted for several prestigious awards in the music industry such as ‘Best Album’ in MOBO (Music of Black Origin) awards and Hyundai’s Mercury Prize for ‘Album of the Year’.
‘Love & Hate’ which is the second album from singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka also became a UK Number One by topping the Official Albums Chart and beating ‘Home Again’ which previously held Number Four on the chart.
This year’s BRIT Awards put Westminster alumnus Michael Kiwanuka’s name among leading British artists like David Bowie, Craig David and Skepta.
The 2017 Brit Awards will be held on 22 February 2017 and will be the 37th edition of the British Phonographic Industry's annual pop music awards. The awards ceremony will be held at The O2 in London.
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