- Best British Female 2004 (Nominee)
- Best British Female 1996 (Winner)
- Best British Single 1996 (Nominee)
- Best British Album 1993 (Winner)
- Best British Female 1993 (Winner)
- Best British Video 1993 (Nominee)
- Best British Female 1992 (Nominee)
- Best British Female 1990 (Winner)
- Best British Female 1989 (Winner)
- Best British Female 1986 (Winner)
- Best British Female 1985 (Nominee)
- Best British Female 1984 (Winner)
One of the finest and most outstanding musical voices of our time, singer, songwriter, campaigner and activist, Annie Lennox is celebrated as an innovator, an icon, and a symbol of enduring excellence. Annie’s music career is peerless with over 80 million record sales to date and winning countless awards, while her tireless charity work is widely praised receiving prestigious awards and honours.
Following success in Eurthmics, Annie released her debut solo album entitled 'Diva' in 1990. Entering the charts at number 1 in the UK, the album sold around six million copies world wide, (including two and a half million in the USA). 'Diva' included the Top 10 singles 'Why', 'Walking On Broken Glass' and 'Little Bird'.
In 1995, her second album was released, entitled 'Medusa'. An album of lovingly crafted reinterpretations of some of Lennox's favourite songs. It also debuted at number one, and included the massive single 'No More 'I Love You's''. Medusa sold around 5 million copies.
Annie released her third solo album 'Bare' to much critical acclaim in June 2003, which went on to sell approximately two million copies worldwide.
In October 2007 Annie released her much-anticipated album, 'Songs Of Mass Destruction' to critical acclaim. The album featured “SING” a new song featuring 23 or the world’s most acclaimed female superstars, invited by Annie to appear on the record to help draw attention to the HIV AIDS pandemic, especially focusing on the country of South Africa, where women and children are worst affected.