The song appears on the singer-songwriter’s Grammy-nominated album, ‘KIWANUKA.’
Directed by Phillip Youmans, the clip illustrates an idyllic image of youth, stitching together clips of skateboarding in the sun and dancing to music.
‘She sounds so victorious when she sings…so the music I made was governed by that,’ noted the Mercury Prize winner.
DaBaby, Justin Bieber, Phoebe Bridgers, Billie Eilish, and Dua Lipa are also among the top contenders.
The 2020 Mercury Prize winner performed an exquisite, five-song set from his home in London.
Artists including The 1975, Disclosure, Glass Animals and Sam Fender are also in contention.
The artist won for his widely-acclaimed third studio album, ‘KIWANUKA.’
The song comes off his Mercury Prize-nominated album, ‘KIWANUKA.’
The singer will hit the road in March and April next year and then play his biggest UK shows to date in September.
Stormzy, Dua Lipa, Laura Marling, Lanterns On The Lake and Charli XCX are also included in those in contention.
“I've spoken about it in my music but I wanted to declare in words that I'm so proud to be Black”.
Tickets for the original gigs remain valid for the rearranged performances.
This year's line-up also includes The Strokes, Michael Kiwanuka, Suede and Bon Iver.
Last year, Florence + The Machine, Chvrches and Primal Scream were among the performers at the two-week event.
This year, the highly-feted event will present more than 1000 musicians in over 150 performances across its 3 days.