A portrait of Stormzy has been hung in London's National Portrait Gallery, which is pretty bloody exciting (and likely to annoy a few old people).
You might recognise the image taken by photographer Mark Mattock, as it's also the official artwork from his upcoming second album, Heavy Is The Head. It's an unforgettable photo, and has been deservedly recognised as a piece of art.
The photo shows Stormzy holding the Banksy-designed stab vest he wore while headlining Glastonbury, as well as wearing a crown made from the letters HITH, the abbreviation of the album's title.
Nicholas Cullinan, the National Portrait Gallery director, explained the decision to the Guardian, saying, “Stormzy has undoubtedly had a significant influence on British culture today, both through his music and work with minority groups and young people, and we hope our visitors will enjoy the juxtaposition of this new work with historic paintings of influential figures from the Victorian era, from politicians, royalty and radicals to artists, sporting heroes and singers.”
Speaking about the photo, Stormzy said it's "nothing but an honour." to be “exhibited in a gallery which exhibits so many incredible portraits of those from British history.”
If you're in London, why not go and check it out?