The BRIT Awards 2020 was, as ever, an iconic tribute to the best of British music. On its 40th anniversary some of the biggest, boldest and most talented artists were recognised for the incredible music they’ve released over the last year. Buy tickets below.

The night was filled with fiery performances and powerful political statements making it one of the most talked about BRIT Awards of recent years. It’s no surprise then that the show has impacted the soundtrack of the nation today, as listeners on Spotify explore the music of artists who took the stage throughout the evening.

Below are some of the most notable streaming surges on Spotify:

After his powerful performance stole the show, Dave’s politically charged track “Black” increased in streams by more than 1,889%
Rising star winner Celeste stunned with impressive vocals on her track “Strange”, leading to a 212% surge of the artist
After Billie Eilish’s exclusive live performance of her Bond track “No Time To Die”, the artist saw a 79% jump in streams
Lizzo’s uplifting and entertaining medley of her greatest hits led to her catalogue seeing a streaming spike of 49%
Best Male Solo Artist winner Stormzy’s impassioned rendition of tracks from his album “Heavy is the Head” led to a surge in listens to his catalogue by 46%
Big BRITs winner and performer Lewis Capaldi won Best Song for “Someone You Loved”, which received 43% increase in streams
Artists who saw notable streaming spikes of their catalogues after the awards include FKA twigs (63%), Mabel (40%) and Tyler the Creator (37%).

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