Raye made history at last nights BRIT Awards, breaking records by clinching six awards during the star-studded ceremony at London’s O2 arena.

The 26-year-old singer/songwriter started her winning streak by nabbing the Song of the Year award for her track “Escapism” featuring 070 Shake. Her emotional night continued as she triumphed in the categories including R&B Act, Best New Artist, Album of the Year, Artist of the Year, and Songwriter of the Year. Her moving acceptance speeches were made even more special by the presence of her grandmother, who joined her on stage for one of the wins.

Raye’s six victories set a new record for the most BRIT Awards won by a single artist in a single ceremony, surpassing the previous record shared by Blur, Adele, and Harry Styles. Despite being nominated seven times, Raye managed to scoop up every award she was eligible for, demonstrating her undeniable talent and widespread acclaim.

The evening wasn’t just about Raye, though. Other notable winners included Dua Lipa, who took home the award for Best Pop Act, and Kylie Minogue, honoured with the Global Icon Award for her illustrious career. The dominance of female winners was a prominent theme throughout the night, with women securing victories in all but four categories.

Raye’s remarkable achievements at the BRIT Awards signify a triumphant moment in her career, particularly considering her recent transition to being an independent artist after parting ways with her former label. Her wins serve as a testament to her talent, resilience, and the unwavering support of her fans and the music industry.