Streatham's very own Dave won big at this year's Brit Awards as he took home Album Of The Year with his debut LP, Psychodrama, moments after his politics-heavy performance of "Black". This is the second major accolade Psychodrama has picked up after Dave took home last year's Mercury Prize.
Stormzy also added to his impressive collection of accolades as he took the Best British Male award. We also saw the Croydon MC perform an impressive medley off his Heavy Is The Head album, with a set including the songs "Wiley Flow", "Do Better" and "Own It", with Burna Boy joining him on stage.
Standing up for the ladies, Mabel was the one who took home Best Female Solo Artist, beating the likes of Mahalia, Charlie XCX, FKA twigs and Freya Ridings. The Brits also payed homage to artists from overseas, with Tyler, The Creator winning Best International Male and Billie Eilish winning for Best International Female. The rapper held his own highlight of the night after he cheekily trolled Theresa May in his speech.
Indie newcomer Lewis Capaldi picked up two awards on the night, as he successfully collected the Best Breakthrough Act and Best Song with "Someone You Loved". Capaldi collected his awards in hilarious fashion, thanking his grandmother "for dying?" as he explained the inspiration behind the hit song.
Other wins went to British rock band Foals, who beat UK rap's D-Block Europe to Best Group, and soul-pop singer Celeste, who grabbed the Rising Star award.