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RAYE Leads 2024 Brit Awards Nominations: Full List

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RAYE leads the nominations for the 2024 Brit Awards with seven nods – artist of the year, best new artist, pop act, R&B act, Mastercard album of the year for My 21st Century Blues and two nods for song of the year for “Escapism.,” a collab with 070 Shake, and “Prada,” a collab with cassö and D-Block Europe.

This makes RAYE the most nominated artist in a single year since the Brits began in 1977. She eclipses the record of six nods jointly held by Gorillaz (2002), Craig David (2001) and Robbie Williams (1999).

“I am completely floored to be recognized seven times this year,” RAYE said in a statement. “I was a BRIT school student and I remember how deeply I dreamed of one day being recognized at the BRITs. I am currently a mess of overwhelming emotions and confusion as to how this even happened, to be honest.”

“From the moment RAYE joined the Human Re Sources roster, we believed that she had the music and vision of a generational talent,” Julius Erving III, the label’s founder and CEO said in a statement. “It’s exciting to see the voters and fans respond with such acclaim to the music and art RAYE has been creating and sharing.”

RAYE, 26, achieved global success with “Escapism.” The collab reached No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100. Her album My 21st Century Blues reached No. 58 on the Billboard 200.

Central Cee and J Hus each received four nods. Dua Lipa received three – artist of the year, pop act and song of the year with Mastercard. In addition, Lipa, who has won six Brits, is the first artist confirmed to perform on the Brits on March 2. The superstar last performed on the show in 2021. Lipa was also one of the first three artists confirmed to perform on the Grammys on Feb. 4.

2024 also sees the first Brit nomination for The Rolling Stones in more than a decade. The legendary band is nominated for alternative/rock act. The Stones were nominated four times previously in 1977, 1995, 1996 and 2013. 

For 2024, The Brits increased the number of nominees for both artist of the year and international artist of the year from five to 10, a change aimed at improving representation and inclusion. More than half (55%) of the 2024 Brits nominations feature women – either as a solo artist or as part of an all-woman group. This figure rises to 57% when including women in mixed-gender groups.

The British pop/R&B act category was split in two this year — British pop act and British R&B act. Winners in both categories, as well as the three other genre categories – alternative/rock, dance and hip-hop/grime/rap – will be decided by a public vote via Instagram. (Nominees were decided by the Brits’ “voting academy.”) Voting will open on Thursday, Feb. 1, at noon, and close on Thursday, Feb. 15, at 6 p.m.

The Brits have a whopping 15 nominations in two categories – song of the year and international song of the years, which surpasses even the Oscars (10 nominees for best picture) and the Grammys (eight nominees in each of their Big Four categories – album, record and song of the year plus best new artist).

In December, The Brits announced The Last Dinner Party as the winner of the 2024 Rising Star award.

The winners of songwriter of the year and producer of the year will be revealed over the coming weeks.

The awards are scheduled to take place on Saturday, March 2, at The 02 Arena in London. This will mark the second year in a row that the show has been held on a weekend. The show will be broadcast live on ITV1 and ITVX.

Here’s the complete list of 2024 Brit Awards nominees.

Brits rising star

Caity Baser, EMI / Universal Music UK

Sekou, Island / Universal Music UK

WINNER: The Last Dinner Party, Island / Universal Music UK

Mastercard album of the year

 Blur, The Ballad of Darren, Parlophone/Warner Music

J Hus, Beautiful and Brutal Yard, Black Butter/Sony Music

Little Simz, NO THANK YOU, Forever Living Originals/AWAL

RAYE, My 21st Century Blues, Human Re Sources/The Orchard

Young Fathers, Heavy Heavy, Ninja Tune

Artist of the year

Arlo Parks, Transgressive

Central Cee, Columbia Records/Sony Music

Dave, Neighbourhood/Live Yours

Dua Lipa, Warner Records/Warner Music

Fred Again.., Atlantic/Warner Music

J Hus, Black Butter/Sony Music

Jessie Ware, EMI / Universal Music UK

Little Simz, Forever Living Originals/AWAL

Olivia Dean, EMI/Universal Music UK

RAYE, Human Re Sources/The Orchard

Group of the year

Blur, Parlophone/Warner Music

Chase & Status, EMI/Universal Music UK

Headie One & K-Trap, One Records & Thousand8/The Orchard

Jungle, Caiola/AWAL

Young Fathers, Ninja Tune

Best new artist

Mahalia, Asylum/Atlantic Records/Warner Music

Olivia Dean, EMI/Universal Music UK

PinkPantheress, Warner Records/Warner Music

RAYE, Human Re Sources/The Orchard

Yussef Dayes, Brownswood Records/ADA/Warner Music

Song of the year

“Miracle,” Calvin Harris/Ellie Goulding, Sony Music/Universal Music UK

“Prada,” cassö/RAYE/D-Block Europe, Ministry Of Sound/Sony Music

“Let Go,” Central Cee, Columbia Records/Sony Music

“Sprinter,” Dave & Central Cee, Neighbourhood/Live Yours

“Dance the Night,” Dua Lipa, Atlantic Records/Warner Music

“Eyes Closed,” Ed Sheeran, Asylum/Atlantic Records/Warner Music

“Who Told You,” J Hus Ft Drake, Sony Music/Universal Music

“Strangers,” Kenya Grace, Warner Music

“Wish You the Best,” Lewis Capaldi, EMI/Universal Music Group

“Boy’s a Liar,” PinkPantheress, Warner Records/Warner Music

“Escapism.,” RAYE ft 070 Shake, Human Re Sources/The Orchard

“Dancing Is Healing,” Rudimental/Charlotte Plank/Vibe Chemistry, Columbia/Sony Music

“Firebabe,” Stormzy Ft Debbie, #Merky Records/0207 Records/Universal Music UK

“REACT,” Switch Disco & Ella Henderson, Relentless Records/Sony Music

“Messy in Heaven,” Venbee & Goddard, Room 2/Columbia Records/Sony Music

International artist of the year

Asake, YBNL Nation/Pri.me

Burna Boy, Spaceship/Bad Habit/Atlantic Records

Caroline Polachek, Perpetual Novice/The Orchard

CMAT, CMATBABY/AWAL

Kylie Minogue, BMG Records

Lana Del Rey, Polydor/Universal Music UK

Miley Cyrus, Columbia/Sony Music

Olivia Rodrigo, Polydor/Geffen/Universal Music Group

SZA, RCA/Sony Music

Taylor Swift, EMI/Republic/Universal Music Group

International group of the year

Blink-182, Columbia/Sony Music

Boygenius, Polydor/Interscope/Universal Music Group

Foo Fighters, Columbia/Sony Music

Gabriels, Parlophone/Warner Music

Paramore, Atlantic/Warner Music

International song of the year

“What Was I Made For?,” Billie Eilish, Darkroom/Interscope/Polydor/Universal Music Group

“Daylight,” David Kushner, Miserable Music/Virgin Music Group/Universal Music Group

“Paint the Town Red,” Doja Cat, RCA/Sony Music

“Giving Me,” Jazzy, CHAOS/Polydor/Universal Music UK

“People,” Libianca,5k Records/Sony Music

“Made You Look,” Meghan Trainor, Epic Records/Sony Music

“Flowers,” Miley Cyrus, Columbia Records/Sony Music

“Stick Season,” Noah Kahan, Mercury Records/Republic Records/Island UK/Universal Music Group

“Miss You,” Oliver Tree & Robin Schulz, Atlantic Records / Warner Music

“vampire,” Olivia Rodrigo, Polydor/Geffen/Universal Music Group

“(It Goes Like) Nanana,” Peggy Gou, XL Recordings

“Calm Down,” Rema, Mavin Records/Jonzing World/Virgin Music Group/Universal Music Group

“Kill Bill,” SZA, RCA/Sony Music

“greedy,” Tate McRae, RCA/Sony Music

“Water,” Tyla, Epic Records/Sony Music

Alternative/rock act

Promoted by Radio X

Blur, Parlophone/Warner Music

Bring Me The Horizon, RCA/Sony Music

The Rolling Stones, Polydor/Universal Music UK

Young Fathers, Ninja Tune

Yussef Dayes, Brownswood Records/ADA/Warner Music

Hip-hop/grime/rap act

Promoted by KISS Fresh

CASISDEAD, XL Recordings

Central Cee, Columbia Records/Sony Music

Dave, Neighbourhood/Live Yours

J Hus, Black Butter/Sony Music

Little Simz, Forever Living Originals/AWAL

Dance act

Promoted by Capital Dance

Barry Can’t Swim, Ninja Tune

Becky Hill, Polydor/Universal Music UK

Calvin Harris, Columbia/Sony Music

Fred again.., Atlantic/Warner

Romy, Young Recordings

Pop act

Promoted by HITS Radio

Calvin Harris, Columbia/Sony Music

Charli XCX, Atlantic/Warner Music

Dua Lipa, Warner Records/Warner Music

Olivia Dean, EMI / Universal Music UK

RAYE, Human Re Sources/The Orchard

R&B act

Promoted by Capital XTRA

Cleo Sol, Forever Living Originals

Jorja Smith, FAMM/The Orchard

Mahalia, Atlantic/Warner Music

RAYE, Human Re Sources/The Orchard

SAULT, Forever Living Originals

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