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  • PoweR
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    British male solo artist

    Ed Sheeran (Atlantic Records/Warner Music)

    James Blake (Polydor/Universal Music)

    James Morrison (Island/Universal Music)

    Noel Gallagher‘s High Flying Birds (Sour Mash)

    Professor Green (Virgin/EMI Music)

    British female solo artist

    Adele (XL Recordings/XL Beggars)

    Florence + the Machine (Island/Universal Music)

    Jessie J (Island/Lava/Universal Music)

    Kate Bush (Fish People/EMI Music)

    Laura Marling (Virgin/EMI Music)

    British breakthrough act

    (Top five selected by Voting Academy. Category promoted by BBC Radio 1.)

    Anna Calvi (Domino Records)

    Ed Sheeran (Atlantic Records/Warner Music)

    Emeli Sandé (Virgin/EMI Music)

    Jessie J (Island/Lava/Universal Music)

    The Vaccines (Columbia/Sony Music)

    British group

    (Top five selected by Voting Academy. Category promoted by BBC Radio 2.)

    Arctic Monkeys (Domino Records)

    Chase & Status (Mercury/Universal Music)

    Coldplay (Parlophone/EMI Music)

    Elbow (Polydor/Universal Music)

    Kasabian (Columbia/Sony Music)

    British single

    (Top 10 British singles based on commercial radio airplay and sales in the calendar year are automatically nominated. Promoted by Capital FM and iTunes, listeners and users will vote for their favourite single of the year.)

    Adele Someone Like You (XL Recordings/XL Beggars)

    Ed Sheeran The A Team (Atlantic Records/Warner Music)

    Example Changed The Way You Kissed Me (Ministry Of Sound)

    Jessie J Ft B.o.B. Price Tag (Island/Lava/Universal Music)

    JLS ft Dev She Makes Me Wanna (Epic/Sony Music)

    Military Wives/Gareth Malone Wherever You Are (Decca/Universal Music)

    Olly Murs ft Rizzle Kicks Heart Skips A Beat (Epic/Sony Music)

    One Direction What Makes You Beautiful (Syco Music/Sony Music)

    Pixie Lott All About Tonight (Mercury/Universal Music)

    The Wanted Glad You Came (Global Talent/Island/Universal Music)

    Mastercard British album of the year

    (Supported by the Sun Bizarre column and ITV1’s Daybreak.)

    Adele 21 (XL Recordings/Beggars)

    Coldplay Mylo (Xyloto Parlophone/EMI Music)

    Ed Sheeran + (Atlantic Records/Warner Music)

    Florence + the Machine (Ceremonials Island/Universal Music)

    PJ Harvey Let England Shake (Island/Universal Music)

    International male solo artist

    Aloe Blacc (Epic/Sony Music)

    Bon Iver (4AD/XL Beggars)

    Bruno Mars (Atlantic Records/Warner Music)

    David Guetta (Positiva/Virgin/EMI Music)

    Ryan Adams (Columbia/Sony Music)

    International female solo artist

    Beyoncé (Columbia/Sony Music)

    Björk (One Little Indian)

    Feist (Polydor/Universal Music)

    Lady Gaga (Polydor/Universal Music)

    Rihanna (Mercury/Universal Music)

    International group

    Fleet Foxes (Bella Union)

    Foo Fighters (RCA/Sony Music)

    Jay-Z/Kanye West (Mercury/Universal Music)

    Lady Antebellum (Capitol/EMI Music)

    Maroon 5 (Polydor/Universal Music)

    International breakthrough act

    Aloe Blacc (Epic/Sony Music)

    Bon Iver (4AD/XL Beggars)

    Foster The People (Columbia/Sony Music)

    Lana Del Rey (Polydor/Universal Music)

    Nicki Minaj (Island/Universal Music)

    Outstanding contribution to music award

    Blur (EMI Music)

    Critics’ choice

    In association with War Child. Identified by a panel made up of media music critics.

    1st: Emeli Sandé (Virgin/EMI Music)

    2nd: Maverick Sabre (Mercury/Universal Music)

    3rd: Michael Kiwanuka (Polydor/Universal Music)

    British producer

    Paul Epworth

    Flood

    Ethan Johns

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    PoweR
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    Performers:

    Adele

    Rihanna

    Bruno Mars

    Florence + The Machine

    Coldplay

    Noel Gallagher

    Ed Sheeran

     

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    Music Forever
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    Is that Lana Del Ray chick really that big ?!?! Ughhh! I cant even make myself like her but congrats on her nomination. Adele will sweep her cats, Rihanna will win female and Bruno will take home male.

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    PoweR
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    PJ Harvey is a threat in British Album. The acclaim for that album is HUGE and she won the Mercury Prize. The only thing that might hurt her is that she failed to get a British Female nomination; she usually gets into that category.

    But I think Adele, Rihanna and Bruno Mars will win awards.

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    Music Forever
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    Also, Amy Winehouse did really well over there. Im assuming she wasnt elgible.

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    circa 1993
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    “Video Games” was a big hit overseas. Lana will eventually blow up in the U.S.

    Their performance lineup is turning out to be more exciting than the actual GRAMMYs…

     

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    RadioGAGAhead
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    I wish  Florence would win something. IMO “Ceremonials” in its entirety is superior to “21.” Adele deserves every award she wins though. Thank God for those 2 British women.

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