David Bowie's son, Duncan Jones collects the award for British album of the year on behalf of his late father for 'Blackstar' during the BRIT Awards 2017 ceremony and live show in London on February 22, 2017. / AFP / Justin TALLIS /
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David Bowie posthumously won two Brit awards Wednesday in an emotional London ceremony which also saw tributes paid to the late George Michael.Superstar Bowie won both the categories he was nominated for, picking up awards for British male solo artist and best album for "Blackstar" at the ceremony in London's O2 Arena.Becoming the first artist to win posthumously at the Brit Awards, he beat Mercury Prize winner Skepta and Michael Kiwanuka to the two awards among other nominees.One Direction won the British artist video of the year for "History", winning against a lengthy list of nominees including Adele -- who was given a global success award during the ceremony.Drake won the international male solo artist category, seeing off nominees Bon Iver, Bruno Mars, Leonard Cohen and The Weeknd.The world's top-selling artist last year, Drake won two Grammys earlier this month and complained he had been pigeonholed as a rapper because he is black.
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