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Tinie Tempah and classical music star Alfie Boe have been honoured by a music charity.
They've been chosen to win Nordoff Robbins O2 Silver Clef Awards in July.
Tinie, a two-time BRIT Award winner in February, will receive the Best Newcomer accolade, while tenor Boe will receive a classical award.
The awards ceremony on July 1 is a fundraising event, and another seven gongs are set to be presented. There will also be an auction of music memorabilia.
David Munns, chairman of Nordoff Robbins, said: "Alfie Boe and Tinie Tempah were obvious choices for the Classical and Best Newcomer awards at the Silver Clef Awards. Alfie is one of the UK's leading tenors, whose most recent album Bring Him Home is now certified Gold with over 100,000 sales and, Tinie, having secured two number one singles, a number one album and two BRIT Awards, is the undisputed breakout star of the last 12 months."
Nordoff Robbins uses music to improve the quality of life of people with a wide range of illnesses.