Craig David and Bastille win Best Collaboration supported by VO5 at the VO5 NME Awards 2018

For 'I Know You'

Craig David and Bastille’s joint single ‘I Know You’ has won the Best Collaboration supported by VO5 award at the VO5 NME Awards 2018.

The track, which was released in November 2017, features on David’s new album, ‘The Time Is Now’ and was produced by Fraser T. Smith, who has previously worked with Adele and Stormzy.

Chelsea and England Ladies striker Eni Aluko presented David and members of Bastille with the trophy.

Craig David thanked NME for supporting him since early in his career and then turned his praised to Bastille, saying: “Thank you to these amazing guys up here.”

Stay with us here at NME.com to get all the latest news, videos, photos, and gossip from the ceremony, which will see Liam Gallagher receive the Godlike Genius award.

He will also close the ceremony with a live performance. You can catch all the action on the Facebook Live stream on NME’s official Facebook page.

Going into tonight’s ceremony, Lorde and Charli XCX led the pack with four nominations each. They were closely followed by Dua Lipa and Kasabian, who both scored three nods apiece.

Stefflon Don and Skepta opened the ceremony tonight (February 14) at London’s O2 Academy Brixton with a performance of their collaboration, ‘Ding-a-Ling’.

Alt-J have also treated the audience to a version of their track ‘In Cold Blood’, and Pale Waves aired their debut single ‘There’s A Honey’ after collecting the NME Under The Radar Award supported by HMV.

Earlier in the night, Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson received the NME Icon Award. Grime crew Boy Better Know are still to pick up the NME Innovation award, with more awards to be handed out before the end of the night.