Dave's Mercury win set to 'push him to another level'

Ben Homewood

Dave’s co-manager Benny Scarrs has said the music industry can learn from the rapper’s “heart-on-sleeve honesty” that went into the Mercury Prize-winning LP Psychodrama.

Released in February, the album released by Dave Neighbourhood/Universal topped the charts and has 131,499 sales (89.8% from streams) according to the Official Charts Company. Sales have increased by 14.5% since the nominations and it is set for a further boost.

The win comes amid another high-profile media moment for Dave, who has a role in ...

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