Brit Awards winners 2024: The full list of victorious artists and albums

R&B artist RAYE triumphed on a memorable night commemorating British excellence in music

Annabel Nugent
Saturday 02 March 2024 22:44 GMT
Biggest moments from the 2023 Brit Awards

The 2024 Brit Awards ceremony took place at the O2 Arena in London, where some of the biggest names in music were honoured for their achievements over this past year.

Dua Lipa, Layton Williams, and Ellie Goulding were among the stars who made their way to the arena for the British ceremony on Saturday night (2 March).

You can find a full list of the best dressed celebrities here and catch up with everything that happened at The Independent’s live blog here.

This year’s Brits were presented by first-time hosts Maya Jama and Clara Amfo, with performances by Dua Lipa, Kylie Minogue, RAYE, Canadian newcomer Tate McRae, and electronic music duo Jungle.

RAYE led the pack this evening with seven nominations, continuing a tremendous year after splitting with her former label in 2021 and releasing her critically acclaimed debut album My 21st Century Blues in 2023.

The 26-year-old R&B artist won big, taking home six awards including Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, and Best New Artist.

See below for a full list of winners from the night.

Top left clockwise: 2024 Brit nominees RAYE, Arlo Parks, Dua Lipa, Central Cee, Taylor Swift and Olivia Rodrigo (Getty)

See the full list of winners for the 2024 Brit Awards below:

Song of the Year

Calvin Harris/Ellie Goulding, “Miracle”

Cassio, Raye, D-Block, “Prada”

Central Cee, “Let Go”

Dave, Central Cee, “Sprinter”

Dua Lipa, “Dance the Night Away”

Ed Sheeran, “Eyes Closed”

J Hus, Drake, “Who Told You”

Kenya Grace, “Strangers”

Lewis Capaldi, “Wish You the Best”

PinkPantheress, “Boys a Liar”

RAYE, 070 Shake, “Escapism” – WINNER

Rudimental, Charlotte Plank, Vibe Chemistry, “Dancing is Healing”

Stormzy, Debbie, “Firebabe”

Switch Disco, Ella Henderson, “React”

Venbee, Goddard, “Messy in Heaven”

Dua Lipa is a Brit Awards favourite

Best New Artist


Olivia Dean



Yussef Dayes

PinkPantheress and Ice Spice on stage at an awards show in 2023 (Getty Images)

Artist of the Year

Arlo Parks

Central Cee

Dua Lipa

Fred Again

J Hus

Jessie Ware

Little Simz

Olivia Dean


Jessie Ware is up for Artist of the Year (Supplied)

Group of the Year


Chase & Status

Headie One and K-Trap

Jungle – WINNER

Young Fathers

Young Fathers won the Mercury Prize 2023 with their album, ‘Heavy Heavy’, and are now up for gongs at the Brit Awards (Getty Images)

International Group of the Year


Boygenius – WINNER

Foo Fighters



Boygenius (Getty Images for Coachella)

Alternative / Rock Act


Bring Me the Horizon – WINNER

The Rolling Stones

Young Fathers

Yussef Dayes

Blur are up for Best Rock Act (AP)

Dance Act

Barry Can’t Swim

Becky Hill

Calvin Harris – WINNER

Fred Again


Becky Hill at the 2023 Brit Awards (Getty)

R&B Act

Cleo Sol

Jorja Smith




Jorja Smith at the 2020 BRIT Awards (Getty Images for Bauer Media)

Pop Act

Calvin Harris

Charli XCX

Dua Lipa – WINNER

Olivia Dean


Charli XCX (Getty Images)

Hip Hop / Rap / Grime

Casisdead – WINNER

Central Cee


J Hus

Little Simz

British rapper Little Simz received multiple nominations this year (Ian West/PA) (PA Wire)

International Artist of the Year


Burna Boy

Caroline Polachek


Kylie Minogue

Lana Del Rey

Miley Cyrus

Olivia Rodrigo


Taylor Swift

Brit nominee Taylor Swift (Getty Images for The Recording A)

International Song of the Year

Billie Eilish, “What Was I Made For”

David Kushner, “Daylight”

Doja Cat, “Paint the Town Red”

Jazzy, “Giving Me”

Libianca, “People”

Meghan Trainor, “Made You Look”

Miley Cyrus, “Flowers” – WINNER

Noah Kahan, “Stick Season”

Oliver Tree, Robin Schulz, “Miss You”

Olivia Rodrigo, “Vampire”

Peggy Gou, “(It Goes Like) Na Na Na”

Rema, “Calm Down”

SZA, “Kill Bill”

Tate McCrae, “Greedy”

Tyla, “Water”

Libianca is up for International Song of the Year (Getty Images for BET)

Album of the Year

Blur, The Ballad of Darren

J Hus, Beautiful and Brutal Yard

Little Simz, No Thank You

RAYE, My 21st Century Blues – WINNER

Young Fathers, Heavy Heavy

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