The grime artist from South London, Stormzy, was selected for a main prize over competitor, Ed Sheeran at the Brit Awards.
Seemingly stunned when it was announced that he had won best British male and best British album for Gang Signs and Prayer. He used his live performance as an opportunity to critique the PM's handling of the tragedy at Grenfell, asking Theresa May "Where's the money for Grenfell?".
Other successes of the night included Gorillaz winning best British group, Dua Lipa winning best British female and Sheeran winning the global success award.
But Stormzy stole the show.
Stormzy told the audience that Gang Signs And Prayer was "the hardest thing" he'd ever done and gave "all the glory to God".
He said: "I've never worked on something like this in my life. We made something I feel that is undeniable, that I can stand by today."