Jorja Smith Wins the BRIT for British Female Solo Artist

Jorja Smith Wins the BRIT for British Female Solo ArtistThe 2019 BRIT Awards took place on 20 February at London’s O2 arena and featured performances from Little Mix, Dua Lipa, George Ezra, The 1975 and announced the winners of the greatest musical honor in the British music industry. If you were lucky enough to watch the show and the awe-inspiring performance of Jorja Smith we’re here to tell you, no, you weren’t dreaming. She’s just that magical.

The young British starlet took home the BRIT Award for British Female Solo Artist whilst taking the audience by storm with her captivating vocals. Jorja took center stage for ‘Don’t Watch Me Cry’ from her debut album Lost & Found. The heartfelt rendition that was breathtaking in its skillful delivery.

This is Jorja Smith’s second BRIT Award following her 2018 win for the BRITs Critic’s Choice. Congratulations to Jorja Smith, FAMM and all those involved!

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