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Mercury Prize 2018 odds

Mercury Prize 2017

The Mercury Prize is an annual music award for the best British or Irish album.

An album has to feature a British or Irish soloist and a Band must contain over 50 per cent of Irish or British members.

In 2017 Sampha won the 26th Mercury Prize for his album Process, following in the footsteps of Skepta, PJ Harvey, Pulp, and 2015's winner Benjamin Clementine.

Since 2014 the winner is rewarded a £20,000 prize and of course a glistening trophy.

The winner of the 2018 Mercury prize will be announced in a ceremony at London’s Eventim Apollo on 20 September.

Mercury Prize 2018 odds

Nadine Shah - Holiday Destination 11/4
Sons Of Kemet - Your Queen Is A Reptile 9/2
Jorja Smith - Lost & Found 5/1
King Krule - The Ooz 11/2
Arctic Monkeys - Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino 6/1
Wolf Alice - Visions Of A Life 10/1
Florence And The Machine - High As Hope 12/1
Everything Everything - A Fever Dream 14/1
Lily Allen - No Shame 16/1
Novelist - Novelist Guy 16/1
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Who Built The Moon? 16/1
Everything Is Recorded - Everything Is Recorded 16/1

Mercury Prize 2018 odds

BEST ODDS
1. Nadine Shah - Holiday Destination
11/4
2. Sons Of Kemet - Your Queen Is A Reptile
9/2
3. Jorja Smith - Lost & Found
5/1
5. Arctic Monkeys - Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
6/1
6. Wolf Alice - Visions Of A Life
10/1
7. Florence And The Machine - High As Hope
12/1
8. Everything Everything - A Fever Dream
14/1
11. Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - Who Built The Moon?
16/1
12. Everything Is Recorded - Everything Is Recorded
16/1
Odds correct as of 11th Apr, 13:55 . Odds are subject to change.

Previous Mercury Prize winners:

  • 2017 - Sampha, Process
  • 2016 - Skepta, Konnichiwa
  • 2015 - Benjamin Clementine, At Least for Now
  • 2014 - Young Father, Dead
  • 2013 - James Blake, Overgrown
  • 2012 - Alt J, An Awesome Wave
  • 2011 - PJ Harvey, Let England Shake
  • 2010 - The XX, XX
  • 2009 - Speech Debelle, Speech Therapy
  • 2008 - Elbow, The Seldom Seen Kid
  • 2007 - Klaxons, Myths of the Near Future
  • 2006 - Arctic Monkeys, Whatever People Say I Am, Thats What I'm Not
  • 2005 - Antony & the Johnsons, I Am a Bird Now
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