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Tinie Tempah leads BRITs nominations

Congratulations to all EMI Music’s nominees for this year’s BRIT Awards! Tinie Tempah marks his incredible 12 months by topping the list of nominations. He has a total of four including British Male Solo Artist, British Breakthrough Act, British Single for ‘Pass Out’ and the top award, MasterCard British Album of the Year.

Katy Perry has two nominations for International Female Solo Artist and International Album, while also making the shortlist are Gorillaz, Laura Marling, David Guetta and Kylie Minogue.

The BRIT Awards 2011 will be held at the O2 in London on February 16 and broadcast live in the UK on ITV1.

Until then, here’s a reminder of British Single nominee, Tinie Tempah’s massive breakout hit ‘Pass Out’:

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  1. ………………British rapper led the field on Thursday at the BRIT awards with four nominations just ahead of singer-songwriter folk rock act and Londons who each had three nods. In a turnaround from 2010s female-dominated nominations male acts were in the ascendancy for 2011 as the buildup began to the biggest night of the year for British pop music.


  2. the gorillaz need to win!!!

  • John,

    i agree wit marta. gorillaz should win!!!!!!

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