Benjamin Clementine wins Mercury Prize 2015 + Roisin Murphy performance

British-French poet, pianist, composer, musician and a recording artist Benjamin Clementine has won the 2015 Mercury Prize for his debut album “At least for now”.
Clementine pipped the likes of Wolf Alice, Jamie xx, Florence + The Machine and C. Duncan.
Accepting the award, he said: “I’d like to thank music.” He invited every other nominee on stage to celebrate, and dedicated the prize to the lives tragically lost in Paris this time last week.

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