Michael Kiwanuka wins the Hyundai Mercury Prize 2020.
This year saw big changes for the prize, with the lavish ceremony paused due to the pandemic.
12 artists gained a nomination, with the winner being announced live on the One Show.
Annie Mac announced the winner, with Michael Kiwanuka taking home the prize for his sensational album 'KIWANUKA'.
He commented: "It's a dream come true, I'm so, so happy!"
Clash reviewed the album at the time, saying: "Michael Kiwanuka has undoubtedly created a timeless album, one made with impressive confidence."
The announcement followed a BBC Four special last night (September 23rd), which featured live performances from many of the acts.
Watch out for a special Later... broadcast on September 25th featuring some special Mercury music.
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