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CAPALDI WINS BIG AT ASCAP LONDON
10/20/21

Lewis Capaldi was the big winner at this year’s virtual ASCAP London Music Awards, taking home four gongs including Songwriter of the Year for his two U.K. #1 hits, “Someone You Loved” (UMG) and “Before You Go.”

“Someone You Loved” also scooped Song of the Year and Top Streaming Song, while “Before You Go” was named a Winning Hot 100 Song. Both are on Capaldi's phenomenally successful debut, which is due to be followed up with a new set next year. 

“RITMO” (Epic), co-written by Pete Glenister and performed by Black Eyed Peas and J Balvin for the Bad Boys For Life soundtrack (and featuring a sample from ’95 hit “Rhythm of the Night”), was given two awards for Top Hot Dance/Electronic Song and Winning Hot 100 Song.

The 2020 summer anthem “Head & Heart” (Asylum) by Joel Corry f/MNEK was named Winning Hot Dance/Electronic Song, honoring its writers MNEK, Neave ApplebaumRobert HarveyLewis Thompson and Leo Kalyan.

Top songwriter Steve Mac was also honored with a Winning Hot Dance/Electronic Song Award, along with Bastille’s Dan Smith, for the chart-topping “Happier” (UMG) by Marshmello f/Bastille. 

Other winners included Becky Hill alongside co-writer Conor Blake Manning for “Lose Control” (Polydor) with Meduza (Winning Hot Dance/Electronic Song), Jasmine Thompson for co-writing “Funny” (Atlantic/Interscope) (as performed by herself and Zedd), and Sam Gray for co-writing “Takeaway” (Disruptor/Columbia) (Chainsmokers & Illenium f/Lennon Stella).

You’ll find the full list of winners, including those in the composition for film and TV and production categories, here