Stormzy awarded Person Of The Year by Oxford University society
The award comes from the university’s African and Caribbean Society
Oxford University’s African and Caribbean Society (ACS) has announced Stormzy as Person Of The Year today (11 July). On Instagram, the grime MC said, “I was in a room full of young black Kings & Queens who inspire me more than they could even imagine. Our future Leaders, CEO’s, Moguls etc. You lot gas me and motivate me. Let’s get it.”
Oxford ACS aims to “enhance the student experience of Oxford by celebrating the richness and diversity of African and Caribbean culture”. The society’s focus is to empower their members and those they work with.
It’s been a breakthrough year for Stormzy with the release of his debut album, Gang Signs & Prayer. Click here to watch his magnificent Glastonbury set in full.
Recently, the artist recorded a verse for the Grenfell Tower charity single Bridge Over Troubled Water.
See his announcement on Twitter below.
Today I received the “Person Of The Year” Award from Oxford University ACS. Standing proud in a room full of young black Kings & Queens.👑❤️ pic.twitter.com/MABnj8fjci
— #GSAP (@Stormzy1) July 11, 2017