Taylor Swift is set to become the first female artist to win the UK Global Icon Award.
The American singer will receive the award on Tuesday at the ceremony at the O2 Arena in London.
She was recognized for “her immense impact on music around the world and her incredible repertoire and achievements to date,” according to the organizers of the awards.
Swift is also nominated in the International Female Solo Artist category, her sixth Brit Award nomination to date.
“Taylor’s career is unprecedented and his music and influence have resonated with millions of people around the world,” the British award statement said.
“She has used her platform to highlight many issues globally and has recently been applauded for her work in promoting acceptance of the LGBTQ community.
Previous recipients of the Global Icon Award include Elton John, Robbie Williams, and David Bowie.
Last month Swift scored her seventh UK No.1 album with Fearless (Taylor’s Version).
It was his third chart-topping album in just 259 days.
There will be an audience of 4,000 at this year’s event, hosted by Jack Whitehall, as part of the government’s live events pilot program.
Dua Lipa, Arlo Parks, Celeste, rap duo Young T & Bugsey, and DJ and producer Joel Corry are all nominated for three awards this year.
Jessie Ware, dance music duo Bicep, and rappers AJ Tracey, J Hus and Headie One both have nominations each.