Kraftwerk, James Blake, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds and Gorillaz are also among the stars performing at next year's star-studded event in London.
International artists whose videos also took prizes include Lil Nas X, Normani and Megan Thee Stallion.
In the cinematic visual for ‘Famous Last Words,’ Blake wakes up in a hospital bed, removing his oxygen mask to sing the first verse.
Blake's latest album, 'Friends That Break Your Heart' was released last week through Polydor in the UK and Republic in the US.
The album features collaborations with SZA, JID, SwaVay, and Monica Martin.
‘I chose to do the Bill Withers cover because his live version of that is one of my favorite recordings of all time and it just stayed with me for years and...
Blake’s dates kick off on April 30, 2022 at the O2 Academy in Glasgow before wrapping up at Alexandra Palace on May 17, 2022.
The single premiered on Apple Music 1’s ‘The Zane Lowe Show.’
The new track will also feature on Blake's new album, 'Friends That Break Your Heart', out on September 10.
The album arrives on September 10.
In a 'Billboard' interview at the 2020 Grammys, Blake said Finneas would be a “dream collaborator” to work with.
The music follows his recently released covers EP
Suffused with emotional intensity, ‘The Colour In Anything’ finds James Blake testing the limits of what a ballad can be.
On his Pulitzer Prize-winning album, ‘DAMN.’, Kendrick Lamar wove a masterful tale of morality over cutting rhymes and urgent beats.
The new collection finds Blake covering Billie Eilish, Frank Ocean, Roberta Flack and more.