FKA Twigs is celebrating a difficult win…
The 10th annual AIM Independent Music Awards were held virtually on Wednesday, with the 32-year-old part-Spanish singer winning a trophy.
FKA Twigs took home the award for Best [Difficult] Second Album for her critically-acclaimed Magdalene, which peaked at No. 21 on the Official U.K. Albums Chart.
Established in Britain back in 2011, the AIM Independent Music Awards celebrates the brightest, the best and the innovators of the independent music scene.
Here’s a look at this year’s winners:
UK Independent Breakthrough: Moses Boyd
Best Creative Packaging: Digga D – Double Tap Diaries
Special Recognition Award: Vince Clarke
Indie Champion: Helen Smith
Best Small Label: Speedy Wunderground
Best Independent Remix: Lafawndah – Tourist X Nídia Rework
One To Watch: Arlo Parks
Best Independent Video: The Howl & The Hum – The Only Boy Racer Left On The Island
Innovator Award: AJ Tracey
Best [Difficult] Second Album: Fka twigs – Magdalene
International Breakthrough: Yaeji
Pioneer Award: Little Simz
PPL Award For Most Played New Independent Artist: Freya Ridings
Best Independent Album: Sarathy Korwar – More Arriving
Best Live Act: Five Finger Death Punch
Best Independent Track: Flying Lotus – More (Ft. Anderson .Paak)
Best Independent Label: Jazz Re:Refreshed
Outstanding Contribution To Music: Tony Allen