BRIT Awards 2014: Spotify make their predictions based on streaming statistics

by Martin
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In this day and age, music lovers aren’t restricted when it comes to how they access their music on a daily basis, and streaming music as opposed to buying it from a store is now becoming more and more popular with readily available services like Spotify and Rdio.

The BRIT Awards 2014 take place tomorrow, and we’re going all out. Spotify, one of the biggest music-streaming services right now, are also going all out and have made their predictions as to who will win tomorrow night.

James Corden will host the ceremony (for the last time) live from London’s O2 Arena. The broadcast which can be viewed on ITV in the UK, or on YouTube around the world.

Spotify have released their predictions as to who they think might win tomorrow night at the BRIT Awards, based on the listening figures from the popular application.

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Representatives from Spotify have predicted that Bastille will walk away with the awards for British Breakthrough Act, Best British Single (Pompeii) and Album of the Year (Bad Blood).

Spotify are also predicting that Best Female Solo Artist will go to Ellie Goulding, who the music-streaming service admit has 112% more streams than, for instance, Jessie J, who is also up for the award.

While we’re on the subject of Bastille, the group revealed last month to Gigwise that their second album would have been finished by now, if they “weren’t touring so much”.


Bastille’s band members also spoke with the music website about their future songs, and revealed that some of their new material will be “guitar heavy and dark,” but at the moment, lead singer Dan is listening to a lot of R&B, so that could also feature.

The BRIT Awards 2014, as mentioned above, take place tomorrow night (February 19th) live from London’s O2 Arena from 8pm on ITV 1, and for the first time on YouTube.

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Watch the official video for ‘Of The Night’ from Bastille and let us know your thoughts below.

1 Comment

  1. Ashleigh on February 18, 2014 at 9:09 pm

    We hope so!!!!!!! Go Bastille!!!

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