Stormzy and The 1975 Win Big at 2019 Q Awards
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Also taking home top prize at the event held at the London Roundhouse are Lana Del Rey, who nails 'Song of the Decade' for 'Video Games', and Lewis Capaldi, who secures Best Track trophy.

AceShowbiz - Rapper Stormzy and rock act The 1975 were among the big winners at the 2019 Q Awards in London on Wednesday, October 16.

The 1975 picked up the Q Best Act in the World Today trophy, while Stormzy was named Q Best Solo Artist at the annual ceremony, staged at the London Roundhouse.

There were also top prizes for veteran ska band Madness, grime star Kano, Dexys Midnight Runners frontman Kevin Rowland, Foals, Lewis Capaldi and Lana Del Rey, who took home the Q Song of the Decade award for her 2011 hit "Video Games".

The full winner list of Q Awards  is:

  • Best Breakthrough Act: Pale Waves
  • Best Track: "Someone You Loved" by Lewis Capaldi
  • Best Album: "Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Part 1)" by Foals
  • Best Live Act Performance: Michael Kiwanuka (End of the Road Festival)
  • Best Solo Act: Stormzy
  • Best Act in the World Today: The 1975
  • Best Festival/Event: All Points East
  • Innovation in Sound: Dizzee Rascal
  • Classic Album: "Maxinquaye" by Tricky
  • Fender Play Award: Anna Calvi
  • Outstanding Contribution To Music: Kano
  • Classic Songwriter: Kevin Rowland
  • Inspiration Award: Madness
  • Icon: Christine and the Queens
  • Hero: Kim Gordon
  • Song of the Decade: "Video Games" by Lana Del Rey
  • Best Vocal Performance: Little Simz

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