The Cold rapper took home awards for Best Male, Best Grime Act and Best Album for Gang Signs & Prayer.
During his acceptance speech, Stormzy said that he was most proud of the award “because I put my life into my album.”
“You watch the Mobos growing up so this is an honour. I’m so proud. This is dreams come true,” he said following his win, before hitting the stage to perform with Krept & Konan.
It was also a big night for Stefflon Don, who won the Best Female award, making her the only female winner on the night.
“Even if I wasn’t up for no nominations or awards, this has been an amazing year for me anyway,” she said
“Just musically it’s been so sick. I’ve actually been on a musical journey and I now understand what it’s like to be an artist. It’s actually not easy.”
The Hurtin’ Me rapstress performed her chart-topping hit during the ceremony, which was hosted by Maya Jama and Marvin Humes.
Other performances on the night included Cardi B, Yungen and Britain’s Got Talent winner Tokio Myers.
Comedian Michael Dapaah and The Chicken Connoisseur’s Elijah Quashie also presented awards during the ceremony.
See the full list of winners below:
Best Male Act: Stormzy
Best Female Act: Stefflon Don
Best Album: Stormzy – Gang Signs & Prayer
Best Newcomer: Dave
Best Song: J Hus – Did You See
Best Video (in association with Link Up TV): Mist – Hot Property
Best Hip Hop Act: Giggs
Best Grime Act: Stormzy
BestR&B/Soul Act (supported by Mi-Soul): Craig David
Best International Act: Whizkid
MANS NOT HOT: Michael Dapaah
Best African Act (in association with The Beat London 103.6FM): Davido
Best Reggae Act: Damian Marley
Best Jazz Act (supported by Jazz FM): Moses Boyd
Best Gospel Act (supported by Premier Gospel): Volney Morgan & New-Ye