Brit Award for Song of the Year

The Brit Award for Song of the Year (previously Brit Award for British Single of the Year)[1] is an award given by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), an organisation which represents record companies and artists in the United Kingdom.[2] The accolade is presented at the Brit Awards, an annual celebration of British and international music.[3] The winners and nominees are determined by the Brit Awards voting academy with over one-thousand members, which comprise record labels, publishers, managers, agents, media, and previous winners and nominees.[4] The award was first presented in 1977 as British Single of the Year. 1983 and 1984 awarded as highest-selling single.

Brit Award for Song of the Year
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2019 Winners Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa (pictured)
Awarded forAchievement in excellent song
CountryUnited Kingdom
Presented byBritish Phonographic Industry (BPI)
First awarded1977
Last awarded2019
Currently held byCalvin Harris and Dua Lipa – "One Kiss" (2019)
Most awardsTake That (5)
Most nominationsCalvin Harris, Robbie Williams and Take That (7)
Websitewww.brits.co.uk

Winners and nomineesEdit

 
Inaugural winner Procol Harum
 
Inaugural and 1992 winner Queen
 
Two-time winner Adele
 
Three-time winner Robbie Williams
 
Five-time winner Take That
Year Recipient Nominees
1977 Procol Harum – "A Whiter Shade of Pale"
Queen – "Bohemian Rhapsody"
1982 Soft Cell – "Tainted Love"
1983 Dexys Midnight Runners – "Come On Eileen"
1984 Culture Club – "Karma Chameleon" Not Nominated
1985 Frankie Goes to Hollywood – "Relax"
1986 Tears for Fears – "Everybody Wants to Rule the World"
1987 Pet Shop Boys – "West End Girls"
1988 Rick Astley – "Never Gonna Give You Up"
1989 Fairground Attraction – "Perfect"
1990 Phil Collins – "Another Day in Paradise"
1991 Depeche Mode – "Enjoy the Silence" Not Nominated
1992 Queen – "These Are the Days of Our Lives"
1993 Take That – "Could It Be Magic"
1994 Take That – "Pray" Nominated
Eliminated
1995 Blur featuring Phil Daniels – "Parklife" Nominated
Eliminated
1996 Take That – "Back for Good" Nominated
Eliminated
1997 Spice Girls – "Wannabe"
1998 All Saints – "Never Ever"
1999 Robbie Williams – "Angels"
2000 Robbie Williams – "She's the One"
2001 Robbie Williams – "Rock DJ"
2002 S Club 7 – "Don't Stop Movin'"
2003 Liberty X – "Just a Little"
2004 Dido – "White Flag"
2005 Will Young – "Your Game"
2006 Coldplay – "Speed of Sound"
2007 Take That – "Patience" Nominated
Eliminated
2008 Take That – "Shine" Nominated
Eliminated
2009 Girls Aloud – "The Promise" Nominated
Eliminated
2010 JLS – "Beat Again"
2011 Tinie Tempah featuring Labrinth – "Pass Out"
2012 One Direction – "What Makes You Beautiful"
2013 Adele – "Skyfall"
2014 Rudimental featuring Ella Eyre – "Waiting All Night"
2015 Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars – "Uptown Funk"
2016 Adele – "Hello"
2017 Little Mix – "Shout Out to My Ex"
2018 Rag'n'Bone Man – "Human"
2019 Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa – "One Kiss"
2020

Multiple nominations and awardsEdit

NotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "We're back!". BRIT Awards. Retrieved 16 December 2019.
  2. ^ "About the BPI". British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Retrieved 22 February 2014.
  3. ^ "BRIT Awards". British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Retrieved 22 February 2014.
  4. ^ "And the nominees are..." Brits.co.uk. British Phonographic Industry (BPI). Retrieved 22 February 2014.