Taking to The Brit Awards 2017 stage to perform “Shutdown,” Boy Better Know head honcho Skepta performed a slightly changed version of the grime hit dressed head-to-toe in a black tracksuit. Dancing in a Drake-esque fashion around the stage, Skepta also gave the track a different ending by crooning the end part of the ordinarily high-octane track. Check it out below.

Later, Stormzy jumped on stage with good friend Ed Sheeran. Fresh from the pair's adorable interview with Noisey, in which they waxed lyrical about each other, Stormzy reunited with Sheeran for a rendition of “Shape of You,” just before his debut album, Gang Signs and Prayer, drops tomorrow.

Watch the performance below.

The pair also linked up at the end of the show to promote each other's music, wearing t-shirts with each other's album artwork on. Cute, eh.

In other music news, Thundercat has dropped a new track with Kendrick Lamar, which you can listen to here.

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