25-1 outsider James Blake won the Mercury Prize on Wednesday night in London for his second album, Overgrown.
Blake had previously been nominated for his self-titled debut album in 2011.
The judges described Overgrown as: "Late night music for the digital age. An inventive, poignant and poetic record of great beauty."
Blake said of his win: "This is the first award I've ever won apart from a tennis trophy which I won when I was about 12-years-old at my school and I'll hold them in equal esteem."
Asked how he would spend the £20,000 prize money, Blake replied: "I can tell you what I'm not going to do with it, p*** it up the wall. I'll make sure it goes to some good use."