Best of British
DJ Mag has announced the winners of its annual Best of British awards, during a digital rollout across its social media channels and website.
In the 15th edition of the awards, Northern Irish DJ Or:la picked up the prestigious award for Best DJ, with Yung Singh taking the Breakthrough DJ Award.
This year’s DJ Mag Best of British awards show has been cancelled. It was due to take place at London’s Steel Yard this Thursday (16th December).
The complexity of running an awards show/club night hybrid amid the current escalating COVID-19 situation had led to a number of issues, affecting staffing, performing artists and award winners. As such, we no longer feel comfortable that we can deliver this year's event to the standard we set for ourselves.
DJ Mag's Best of British 2021 award winners are set to be announced online later this week.
Following the cancellation of DJ Mag's in-person event at the Steel Yard in London this week, the 2021 Best of British awards show will now be replaced with a countdown via DJ Mag's social media channels and website.
The nominations have been announced for DJ Mag's Best Of British awards 2021.
This year marks the 15th edition of the awards, our annual celebration of UK talent. Positioned as a counter-balance to the global Top 100 DJs poll, our Best Of British awards are a chance to shine a spotlight on the homegrown talent that continues to place the UK scene at the forefront of electronic music.
Ghetts, Shaybo, BackRoad Gee and Little Simz are among the names nominated for this year's GRM Daily Rated Awards.
The rap and grime awards return as a virtual ceremony on 16th September. Due to take place in partnership with YouTube Music, this year’s awards is the sixth instalment of the event and will celebrate the best in Black British music.
As Reprezent Radio heads into an impressive 10th year, DJ Mag visited them at their Brixton studios to take a deeper look at the work of our Best of British 2020 Outstanding Contribution winners.
This is the story of how Dizzee Rascal made 'Boy In Da Corner'. The East London MC won the inaugural Game Changer award at the DJ Mag Best of British Awards 2020 for the influential 2003 album.
The Best of British Game Changer award celebrates an album that changed the face of grime and UK rap. Capturing the energy on London’s pirate radio stations during the time running up to its release in 2003, and bringing it to a wider audience, the album paved the way for the incredible position UK rap now sees itself in.