Without a doubt, Little Simz is becoming the artist of a generation, and her Mercury Prize win last night is another accolade to prove it. The win makes the 28 year old, London born artist the 31st winner of one of the most prestigious awards in British and Irish music for her fourth album 'Sometimes I Might Be Introvert', earning her the cash prize of £25,000. It is a triumph for the independent artist who has been grinding for the last decade, beating some incredible fellow nominees including the likes of Self Esteem, Sam Fender, Harry Styles and Wet Leg.
We've not been shy about our adoration of Little Simz, and we've been lucky enough to catch her live a few times over the years, and it is no exaggeration when we say her stage presence is other worldly. She is a captivating live performer, and it's where you can truly grasp her impeccable cadence and flow. Her delivery is second to none, sounding just as impressive as she is on the record itself.
So, congratulations to a well deserved winner. We don't think it'll be her last Mercury Prize win that's for sure, and we can't wait to watch her continued successes.
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