At Hyundai, we challenge convention, celebrate innovation and strive for progress in everything we create, which is why we’re very proud to sponsor the 2020 Hyundai Mercury Prize. The Hyundai Mercury Prize champions the best British and Irish music and supports artists who push the boundaries in pursuit of producing creative, innovative albums.
At the heart of our brand is the desire to think differently and we are dedicated to bringing great ideas to life. We believe that listening to albums has a lasting impression on musicians and the sounds they create. As title sponsors of the Hyundai Mercury Prize, we’re celebrating how great albums act as a catalyst for breaking new ground in music.
To find out more about Hyundai’s involvement in the 2020 Hyundai Mercury Prize visit: blog.hyundai.co.uk/experiences/music
Our digital music partner for the 2020 Hyundai Mercury Prize is YouTube Music.YouTube Music is a completely reimagined streaming music service with music videos, official albums, singles, remixes, live performances, covers and hard-to-find music you can only get on YouTube. It’s ALL here!
YouTube Music serves music based on your tastes and what’s moving the community around you. Discover something new or keep up with what’s trending. Basic functions such as playing music and watching videos are totally free, and you can upgrade to YouTube Music Premium to explore the world of music ad-free, offline, and with the screen locked.
YouTube Music is currently available on mobile and desktop within 90 global markets. For additional information, visit www.youtube.com/musicpremium.
BBC Music is the corporation’s strongest commitment to music in 30 years - comprising an ambitious wave of new programmes, innovative partnerships and ground-breaking music initiatives led by Director Bob Shennan. Initiatives since the launch last year include the recreation of God Only Knows featuring 27 artists including Brian Wilson, Florence Welch, Chris Martin, One Direction and Sam Smith; regular musical performances on BBC One’s The One Show, the inaugural BBC Music Awards, the classical music initiative for schools called ‘Ten Pieces’, and the first ever BBC Music Day. A raft of exciting BBC Music commissions exclusively for BBC iPlayer include Festival Pass with Rudimental; All Shook Up hosted by 6 Music presenter Marc Riley; Music Box with Guy Garvey and Amy Winehouse In Her Own Words.
The UK’s first #ZeroPlasticSolution to water on the go - the Life Water Can.
A more sustainable alternative to plastic bottles, every can is 100% recyclable, made from recycled aluminium and BPA free.
Every can also funds clean water projects across the globe through Life Water’s charity partner, drop4drop.org, as part of their joint mission to alleviate the World Water Crisis.
To find out more about the Life Water Can which is supported by Greenpeace and Glastonbury Festival, visit: www.zeroplasticsolution.co.uk