Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran leads the nominations for this year’s BRIT Awards, with four nods in total.
The 20-year-old star is up for Best Breakthrough Act, Best Male, Best Single for his track The A Team and Best Album for his debut record, +.
He will go up against the likes of James Morrison, Noel Gallagher, James Blake and Professor Green in the Best Male Category and is one of ten tracks up for Best Single this year.
Singer Jessie J also came away from the BRIT launch event on 12 January with multiple nominations, receiving Best Female, Best Breakthrough and Best Single nods.
Organisers also announced that Adele is scheduled to perform at this year’s live ceremony. It is her first confirmed live performance since she underwent throat surgery last year.
The singer is up for three awards herself, Best Female, Best Single for Someone Like You and Best Album for 21.
Other nominees include Coldplay for Best Album and Best Group, Laura Marling for Best Female and Lana Del Rey for Best International Breakthrough.
Rockers Blur will receive the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award.
The BRITS will take place on 21 February, with the ceremony presented by comedian James Corden.