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TWO JEWS CHEW ON
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THE IVORS 2019: ALL THE WINNERS
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SHEERAN SHAPES UP AT BMI AWARDS
10/2/18

Tinie Tempah’s Imhotep Music picked up its first-ever BMI London Award. Doing the honors were, from left, BMI EVP, Creative & Licensing, Mike Steinberg, Tempah, Sony/ATV's Guy Moot, BMI's Kevin Benz and Sony/ATV's Niels Walboomers.

Ed Sheeran received the most performed Song of the Year gong at Monday night’s BMI London Awards for the third year in a row, this time for “Shape of You” alongside co-writer Johnny McDaid. Film composer Harry Gregson-Williams was honored with the Icon Award.

“Shape of You," which also credits TLC's "No Scrubs" writer Kevin Briggs due to melodic similarities, is published by Ed Sheeran Music, Sony/ATV and Spirit B-Unique Polar Patrol. Sheeran won Song of the Year in 2017 for “Love Yourself” by Justin Bieber and for his own “Thinking Out Loud” in 2016.

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