Paloma Faith

British singer and actress

Paloma Faith (born Paloma Faith Blomfield on 21 July 1981) is an English singer, songwriter and actress.

Paloma Faith
Faith performing in 2015
Paloma Faith Blomfield

(1981-07-21) 21 July 1981 (age 42)
Rian Haynes
(m. 2005; div. 2009)
PartnerLeyman Lahcine
Musical career
Years active2007–present

She was born in Hackney and raised in Stoke Newington. Her latest album is called, "A Perfect Contradiction". In 2009 she won an award for European Top 100 Albums with her album, "Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?". The singer met her managers Jamie Binns and Christian Wåhlberg in 2007.

Discography change

Awards and nominations change

Year Organisation Award Work Result
2009 ATC Hitz Awards Best New Act Female Singer Herself Nominated
2010 Clothes Show Style Awards The Best Dressed Woman of the Year
2011 Brit Awards British Female Solo Artist
ASCAP Awards ASCAP College Award Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful? Won
MPG Awards UK Single of the Year 2010 Nominated
UK Music Video Awards Best Styling in a Video "Smoke & Mirrors"
2012 Best Pop Video "Picking Up the Pieces"
4Music Video Honours Best Video
2013 MPG Awards UK Single Song Release of the Year
UK Album of the Year Fall to Grace
Brit Awards MasterCard British Album of the Year
British Female Solo Artist Herself
Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women Award Cosmopolitan's Style Icon Won
2014 MP3 Music Awards The JSB Award "Only Love Can Hurt Like This" Nominated
The HDT Award "Changing" with Sigma Won
Urban Music Awards Best Music Video "Can't Rely on You" Nominated
UK Music Video Awards Best Video Artist Herself
Best Colour Grade in a Video "Can't Rely on You"
"Only Love Can Hurt Like This" Won
Xperia Access Q Awards Best Video Nominated
World Music Awards World's Best Album Fall to Grace
Pro Sound Awards Best Recording Production A Perfect Contradiction Won
O2 Silver Clef Awards Best British Act Award Herself
Attitude Awards Music Gong
Glamour Awards Best Solo UK Artist
2015 Brit Awards British Female Solo Artist
International Dance Music Awards Best Dubstep/Drum & Bass Track "Changing" with Sigma Nominated
2018 Global Awards Best Female Herself
Best Appeal
Best British Artist or Group
Brit Awards British Female Solo Artist
Music Week Awards Artist Marketing Champaign
Webby Awards Celebrity/Fan
2019 Brit Awards British Single of the Year "Lullaby" (with Sigala)
Global Awards Mass Appeal Award Herself Nominated
Music Week Awards Music & Brand Partnership Herself (with Škoda) Won
UK Music Video Awards Best Choreography "Loyal" Nominated
Best Colour Grading Nominated
Shark Music Video Awards[1] Nominated
D&AD Awards[2] Best Production Design Nominated
Clio Awards[3] Music Marketing Paloma's Bedtime Alexa Skill Nominated
2020 Attitude Awards Honorary Gay Herself Won
2021 Pop Awards[4] Song of the Year "Better Than This" Nominated

Concert tours change

References change

  1. "The Shark Awards 2018 Winners".
  2. "Music Videos Jury | 2019 D&AD D&AD Awards Winners | D&AD". Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  3. "Sony Music UK - Paloma's Bedtime Alexa Skill". Clios. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  4. "POP AWARDS - Pop Awards 2021, the fourth annual Pop Awards".
  5. Cooper, Kevin (12 October 2017). "Paloma Faith on being a mum, John Legend and Samuel L Jackson". nottinghampost. Retrieved 27 October 2017.
  6. "Paloma Faith | The Official Website". Paloma Faith. Archived from the original on 21 August 2020. Retrieved 27 October 2017.
  7. "Paloma Faith announces fifth album Infinite Things". The List. 2020-09-25. Retrieved 2020-09-28.
  8. Johnson, Laura. "Paloma Faith Announces New Album 'Infinite Things' And Extensive UK Tour For 2021 - Stereoboard". Retrieved 2020-09-28.

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