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A STARRING ROLE
FOR SIR LUCIAN
Vine Street's a fine street for a celebration. (1/23a)
GRAMMY'S 44 MOST POWERFUL PEOPLE
Behind the scenes at the Recording Academy (1/23a)
PARTY CENTRAL: YOUR GUIDE TO GRAMMY-WEEK GATHERINGS
Is that another open bar? (1/22a)
TOP 20: THREE
BIG BOWS
Em, Halsey and Mac make the scene. (1/23a)
GIVE THE DRUMMER SOME? AEROSMITH SAYS NO (UPDATE)
As if there weren't already enough drama... (1/23a)
OSCARS
More awards-season madness.
SUPERSTAR DROPS
Who's next?
THE GRAMMY SHOW
The lineup grows.
POLITCS
Oy vey.
Pub Crawling
WARNER/CHAPPELL WINS BIG
2/21/18


At this year's BRIT Awards, seven Warner/Chappell songwriters either won or contributed to the night's wins. Most notably, local London-grown grime act, Stormzy, pulled two wins in the Best British Male Solo Artist and Album of the Year categories.

There were wins for Rag N Bone Man, Kendrick Lamar and Gorillaz. Additionally, W/C songwriter Ian Kirkpatrick co-wrote both of Dua Lipa's singles, one of which ("New Rules") she performed at the ceremony. Dua also took home two statues. 

Seen celebrating grime, before finding out their photo would end up running in one seriously grimy website are, are the pubco's Amber Davis (who signed Stormzy to W/C a couple years ago), manager Tobe Onwuka, Stormzy and W/C honcho Jon Platt.