Producer of The Year 2020 Announced!We're so excited to announce that Fred again.. is this year's winner of The BRITs Producer of The Year Award (and the youngest ever too!).
Since he was a teen, Fred again.. has worked alongside two-time BRIT Producer winner Brian Eno on Eno & Hyde's acclaimed 2014 albums 'High Life' and 'Someday World', quickly followed by the Ivor Novello nominated 'Bleeds' by Roots Manuva and following that, he has gone on to be involved in some of the biggest commercially and critically successful records in recent times.
2019 was an incredible year for him as he saw his productions at No. 1 in the UK singles chart for nearly 30% of the year (fourteen weeks in total). Some of these singles included; Ed Sheeran's collaborations with Khalid, Stormzy and Justin Bieber, George Ezra's 4x platinum hit 'Shotgun', Mist and Fredo's 'So High' and the first No 1 single of the decade, Stormzy's 'Own It'.
Alongside this, Fred again.. continues to work across a variety of genres including recent and upcoming collaborations with artists as diverse as Stefflon Don, Ella Mai, Burna Boy, Charli XCX, Skrillex and FKA Twigs.
Some of Fred again..'s key collaborators say:
"I'm always amazed at Fred's ability to dance effortlessly between so many different styles of music, people and situations, with conviction and grace. He's the realest Chameleon I know." - Romy xx
"Fred is the modern Beethoven" - Mist
"Fred is as deep as he is high" - Brian Eno
"Fred is the white Burna Boy" - Burna Boy
The BRIT Awards 2020 will take place on Tuesday 18 February at The O2 Arena in London and will feature live performances from Billie Eilish, Celeste, Harry Styles, Lewis Capaldi, Mabel and Stormzy!
There'll be more exciting updates in the months leading up to the big night, as we celebrate the best of British music from the past year in what is sure to be an epic 40th Show!