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Benjamin Clementine wins Mercury Prize 2015
Only yesterday it was announced the winner of the prestigious British award Mercury Prize for “Album of the Year”. Benjamin Clementine looked surprised in an emotional winning speech where he brought the other nominees to the stage and dedicated his win to the victims of the recent Paris terrorist attacks.
‘At Least for Now’ is the debut album by Benjamin Clementine, who was raised in Edmonton, North London and later relocated to Paris. The album, recorded at RAK Studios, London and produced by Clementine and Jonathan Quarmby, includes the singles ‘Condolence’ and ‘Cornerstone’. It was released by Virgin EMI Records in March 2015.
‘A remarkable new pianist and singer – dramatic, intimate and pulsatingly original’ – Judging Panel