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Lana Del Rey wins song of the decade and other Q news

Lana Del Rey wins song of the decade and other Q news
The Q Awards have been announced, and there’s a few interesting choices. The headline is, of course, that they’ve awarded a song of the decade for the teens, and it’s been give to Lana Del Rey with her breakthrough hit Video Games. "I just can't tell you how much this means," Lana said through, what else, a video link, "I got my start in London so I wish I could be there, but I'm there in spirit."
Also winning made up for convenience awards were Q Hero Kim Gordon and Dizzee Rascal with Innovation in sound. In the more traditional categories, Foals won best album for Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost (Part 1), Lewis Capaldi for Someone You Loved, and Stormzy for Best Solo. 
Congrats to All Points East for winning Best Festival / Event. 

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