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IVORS 2021: ALL THE WINNERS
9/22/21

Harry Styles, Lianne La Havas (pictured), Dave and Celeste are among the winners of the 2021 Ivor Awards announced at a ceremony in London Tuesday.

Celeste and songwriter Jamie Hartman were crowned Songwriter of the Year for their work in 2020, which included the former’s #1 debut album, Not Your Muse.

Best Album went to La Havas for her self-titled third set, which was written with Matthew Hales. “Children of the Internet” by Dave and Fraser T Smith won Best Contemporary Song, while Best Song Musically and Lyrically went to Obongjayar and Barney Lister for “God’s Own Children.”

The second Rising Star Award was awarded to 20-year-old Bristol born artist and Columbia signing Willow Kayne, while Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory were recognized with The Ivors Inspiration Award for their work as Goldfrapp.

“Adore You,” performed and written by Styles with Amy Allen, Tyler Johnson and Kid Harpoon won the PRS for Music Most Performed Work of 2020.

IVORS 2021 WINNERS

Best Album: Lianne La Havas, written by Matthew Hales and Lianne La Havas and published in the U.K. by Universal Music Publishing and Warner Chappell Music.

Best Contemporary Song: “Children of the Internet” written by Dave and Fraser T Smith. Performed by Future Utopia feat. Dave and Es Devlin and published in the U.K. by Warner Chappell Music and Kobalt Music Publishing.

Best Original Film Score: Calm with Horses, composed by Blanck Mass and published in the U.K. by BMG UK.

Best Original Video Game Score: Ori and the Will of the Wisps, composed by Gareth Coker.

Best Song Musically and Lyrically: “God’s Own Children” written by Barney Lister and Obongjayar and performed by Obongjayar. Published in the U.K. by Promised Land Music-Universal Music Publishing and Beggars Music.

Best Television Soundtrack: Devs, composed by Geoff Barrow, Ben Salisbury, The Insects. Published in the U.K. by Sony Music Publishing.

Outstanding Song Collection: Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith.

PRS for Music Most Performed Work: “Adore You” written by Amy Allen, Tyler Johnson, Kid Harpoon and Harry Styles and performed by Styles. Published in the U.K. by Artist Publishing Group West-Kobalt Music Publishing, Concord Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing.

Rising Star Award with Apple Music: Willow Kayne.

Songwriter of the Year: Celeste and Jamie Hartman.

Special International Award with Apple Music: Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora.

The Ivors Classical Music Award: Mark-Anthony Turnage.

The Ivors Inspiration Award: Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory.