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Despite Huge Success in 2015, Adele Lack Creativity in Songwriting, Adele Ignored for Ivor Novello Awards

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Despite Huge Success in 2015, Adele Lack Creativity in Songwriting, Adele Ignored for Ivor Novello Awards

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Despite breaking records upon records and been the highest-selling songs in 2015, Adele lack creativity for songwriting. The prestigious Ivor Novello Awards, who is known to celebrate the achievement in songwriting and is voted for by composers and songwriters has rejected Adele’s songs as the singer was ignored for any nomination.

For this year edition of  Ivor Novello Awards , British born singer Adele received zero nomination, though the award is priceless for musicians because they are voted for by their peers and not fans.

Though Adele did not get any nomination for the awards, but can still pick up special awards for “ outstanding song collection ” and “ songwriter of the year ”, at the event on 19, May 2016 in London.

The award is decided by a panel from the British Academy of Songwriters Composers and Authors. However, in 2011 Adele’s ” 21 ” won two special awards; ‘songwriter of the year’ recognition and ‘most performed work’ for Rolling in the Deep.

Paul Gambaccini, Jack Patterson and Conor O’Brien

Paul Gambaccini (center) with 2016 Ivor Novello nominees Jack Patterson (left) and Conor O’Brien (right)

Here are full list of nominees for Ivor Novello Awards 2016:

Best song musically and lyrically

  • Bloodstream – Ed Sheeran
  • Bros – Wolf Alice
  • Wasn’t Expecting That – Jamie Lawson

Best contemporary song

  • All My Friends – Snakehips ft Tinashe & Chance The Rapper
  • Cargo – Roots Manuva
  • Shutdown – Skepta

Most performed work

  • Hold Back The River – James Bay
  • Hold My Hand – Jess Glynne
  • King – Years & Years

Best album

  • Darling Arithmetic – Villagers
  • In Colour – Jamie xx
  • Matador – Gaz Coombes
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Best film score

  • Ex Machina
  • Pan
  • The Duke of Burgundy

Best television soundtrack

  • And Then There Were None
  • From Darkness
  • London Spy
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