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MUSIC AWARD WINNERS
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NME AWARDS
The NME Awards are an annual music awards show, founded by the music magazine, NME (New Musical Express).The first awards show was held in 1953, shortly after the founding of the magazine.
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2017
VO5 NME AWARDS 2017

February 25th ~
Brixton Academy, London.
Host: DJ Huw Stephen


Godlike Genius: Pet Shop Boys
Best British Band: Biffy Clyro
Best British Female: MIA
Best British Male: Skepta
Best International Band:
Metallica
Best International Female: Christine & The Queens
Best International Male: Frank Ocean
Best Album: Bastille – ‘Wild World’
Best Live Band: The 1975
Best New Artist: Dua Lipa
Best Track: Christine And The Queens – ‘Tilted’
Best Reissue: Oasis – ‘Be Here Now’
Best Video: Slaves – ‘Consume Or Be Consumed’
Best Music Film: Oasis: Supersonic
Best Film: My Scientology Movie
Best TV Series: Fleabag
Outstanding Contribution To Music: Wiley
Worst Band: 5 Seconds Of Summer
Villain of the Year: Nigel Farage
Hero of the Year: Beyoncé
Music Moment of the Year: Coldplay’s Viola Beach tribute at Glastonbury
Best Festival: Glastonbury Festival
Small Festival of the Year: End Of The Road
Best Festival Headliner: Adele
Book of the Year: Johnny Marr – Set the Boy Free

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2016
NME Awards

February 27th ~
O2, Brixton, London.
Host: DJ Huw Stephen


Godlike Genius: Coldplay
Best British Band: The Maccabees
Best Album: Foals - "What Went Down"
Best International Band: Run The Jewels
Best International Solo Artist: Taylor Swift
Best Live Band: Wolf Alice
Best New Artist: Rat Boy
Best British Solo Artist: Charli XCX
Best Track: Wolf Alice - "Giant Peach"
Best Reissue: David Bowie – Five Years (1969–1973)
Best Video: Slaves – "Cheer Up London"
Best Music Film: Blur: New World Towers
Best Film: Beasts of No Nation
Best TV Show: This is England '90
Best Actor: Idris Elba
Best Actress: Vicky McClure
Inspiration Award: Yoko Ono
Worst Band: 5 Seconds of Summer
Villain of the Year: Donald Trump
Hero of the Year: Dave Grohl
Music Moment of the Year: The Libertines secret Glastonbury set
Best Fan Community: The Libertines
Best Festival: Glastonbury
Small Festival of the Year: End Of The Road
Book of the Year: Patti Smith - M Train
Vlogger of the Year: KSI

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2015
NME Awards

February 26th ~
O2, Brixton, London.
Host: DJ Huw Stephen


Godlike Genius: Suede
Best British Band: Kasabian
Best Album: Kasabian - 48:13
Best International Band: Foo Fighters
Best Live Band: Royal Blood
Best New Band: Royal Blood
Best Solo Artist: Jake Bugg
Best Festival: Glastonbury
Best Track: Jamie T - Zombie
Best Video: Jamie T - Zombie
Best Music Film: Pulp: A Film About Life, Death and Supermarkets
Best Film: Northern Soul
Best TV Show: Game of Thrones
Dancefloor Filler: Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX – "Fancy"
Worst Band: 5 Seconds of Summer
Villain of the Year: Nigel Farage
Hero of the Year: Alex Turner
Music Moment of the Year: Jamie T's comeback
Best Fan Community: Muse
Small Festival of the Year: Liverpool Psych Fest
Book of the Year: Vic Albertine - Clothes, Clothes, Clothes. Music, Music, Music. Boys, Boys, Boys
Reissue of the Year: Manic Street Preachers - The Holy Bible
Best Band Social Media: Liam Gallagher's Twitter

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2014 NME Awards
February 26th ~
O2, Brixton, London.
Host: DJ Huw Stephens.

Godlike Genius - Blondie
Songwriters’ Songwriter - Paul McCartney
Award For Innovation - Damon Albarn
Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution to Music Award - Belle and Sebastian
Best British Band - Arctic Monkeys
Best International Band - Haim
Best Solo Artist - Lily Allen
Best New Band - Drenge
Best Live Band - Arctic Monkeys
Best Album - Arctic Monkeys - AM
Best Track - Disclosure - "White Noise"
Best Music Video - Eagulls - "Nerve Endings"
Best Festival - Glastonbury Festival
Best TV Show - Breaking Bad
Best Music Film - The Stone Roses: Made of Stone
Philip Hall Radar Award - Fat White Family
Best Reissue - The Clash - Sound System
Best Band Blog Or Twitter - Alana Haim, Haim
Best Book - Morrissey - Autobiography
Best Small Festival - Swn
Best Fan Community - Arctic Monkeys
Music Moment Of The Year - Noel and Damon come together for Teenage Cancer Trust
Worst Band - The 1975
Hero Of The Year - Alex Turner
Villain Of The Year - Harry Styles

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2013 NME Awards
February 27th ~
The Troxy, East London.
Host: Russell Kane.

Godlike genius: Johnny Marr

Teenage Cancer Trust outstanding contribution award: The Cribs

Best British Band: Biffy Clyro

Best album: Given To The Wild - The Maccabees

Best International Band: The Killers

Best track: Inhaler - Foals

Best TV show: Fresh Meat

Best music film: The Rolling Stones- Crossfire Hurricane

Best re-issue: 21 - Blur

Best solo artist: Florence Welch

Best new band: Palma Violets

Best music video: R U Mine? - Arctic Monkeys

Best festival: Reading & Leeds Festivals

Best live band: The Rolling Stones

Best dancefloor anthem: Sweet Nothing - Calvin Harris featuring Florence Welch

Philip Hall Radar award: Child Of Lov

Best Twitter: Alana Haim, Haim (@babyhaim)

Best book: Mike Skinner: 'The Story Of The Streets'

Music moment of the year: Olympics opening ceremony

Hero of the year: Barack Obama

Villain of the year: Harry Styles

Best small festival: Festival No.6

Worst band: One Direction

Best fan community: Muse

Best film: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

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2012 NME Awards
February 29rd ~
Brixton Academy
Host: Jack Whitehall.

Best British Band - Kasabian

Best International Band - Foo Fighters

Best Solo Artist - Florence and the Machine

Best New Band - The Vaccines

Best Live Band - Arctic Monkeys

Best Album - The Horrors — Skying

Best Track - Florence and the Machine — "Shake It Out"

Best Video – Hurts — "Sunday"

Dancefloor Album - Katy B — "Broken Record"

Best TV Show - Fresh Meat

Best Film - Submarine

Best Music Film - Back and Forth

Greatest Music Moment of the Year - The Stone Roses reunite

Best Re-issue - The Smiths — Complete Re-issues

Worst Album – Justin Bieber — Under the Mistletoe

Worst Band - One Direction

Hero Of The Year - Matt Bellamy

Villain of the Year - Justin Bieber

Hottest Male - Jared Leto

Hottest Female - Hayley Williams

Best Album Artwork - Klaxons – Friendly Fires — Pala

Best Band Blog or Twitter - @LadyGaga (Lady Gaga)

Most Dedicated Fans - Muse

Best Book - John Lydon – Noel Fielding — The Scribblings of a Madcap Shambleton

Best Small Festival (50,000 capacity or lower) -
RockNess

Godlike Genius Award - Noel Gallagher

Outstanding Contribution To Music - Pulp


Performances:

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds - "Everybody's On The Run", "Dream On", "Don't Look Back in Anger"
The Horrors - "Still Life" (with Florence Welch)
Florence and the Machine - "Shake It Out"
The Vaccines - "If You Wanna"
Kasabian - "Switchblade Smiles", "Days Are Forgotten"
The Maccabees - "Pelican"
Pulp - "Mis-Shapes"

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2011 ShockWaves NME Awards
February 23rd ~
Brixton Academy
Host: Angelos Epithemiou

Godlike Genius Award - Dave Grohl

John Peel Award for Innovation - Crystal Castles

Philip Hall Radar Award - The Naked And Famous

Outstanding Contribution To Music - PJ Harvey

Best British Band - Muse

Best International Band - My Chemical Romance

Best Solo Artist - Laura Marling

Best New Band - Hurts

Best Live Band - Biffy Clyro

Best Album - Arcade Fire – The Suburbs

Best Track - Foals – "Spanish Sahara"

Best Video - My Chemical Romance – "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na

Worst Album - Justin Bieber – My World

Worst Band - Jonas Brothers

Hottest Man - Matt Bellamy

Hottest Woman - Alison Mosshart

Best Album Artwork - Klaxons – Surfing The Void

Best Band Blog or Twitter - Hayley Williams

Best Book - John Lydon – Mr Rotten's Scrapbook

Best Small Festival (50,000 capacity or lower) - RockNess


Performances:

My Chemical Romance
PJ Harvey
Crystal Castles
Hurts
Arcade Fire
Foo Fighters

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2010 ShockWaves NME Awards
February 24th ~
Brixton Academy

Godlike Genius - Paul Weller

Teenage Cancer Trust Outstanding Contribution To Music - The Specials

Best British Band - Muse

Best International Band (supported by 4music/T4) - Paramore

Best Solo Artist - Jamie T

Philip Hall Radar Award - The Drums

Best New Band - Bombay Bicycle Club

Best Live Act - Arctic Monkeys

Best Album - Kasabian – 'West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum'

Best Track - The Big Pink – 'Dominos'

Best Video - Biffy Clyro – 'The Captain'

Best Live Event - Blur at Hyde Park

Best Festival - Glastonbury

Best Dancefloor Filler - La Roux – 'In For The Kill' (Skream Remix)

Best TV Show - The Inbetweeners

Best Film - Inglourious Basterds

Best DVD - The Mighty Boosh – Future Sailors

Giving It Back Fan Award - Lily Allen for her Twitter ticket treasure hunt

Hero Of The Year - Rage Against The Machine

Villain Of The Year - Kanye West

Best Dressed - Lady Gaga

Worst Dressed - Lady Gaga

Worst Album - The Jonas Brothers – 'Lines, Vines And Trying Times'

Worst Band - Jonas Brothers

Hottest Man - Matt Bellamy (Muse)

Hottest Woman - Karen O (Yeah Yeah Yeahs)

Best Website (excluding NME.COM) - Muse.mu

Best Album Artwork - Kasabian – 'West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum'

Best Band Blog - Radiohead (Radiohead.com/deadairspace)

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2009 ShockWaves NME Awards
February 25th ~ The Brixton Academy
Host: Mark Watson

Godlike Genius Award - The Cure

Outstanding Contribution To Music -
Elbow

Best British Band -
Oasis

Best International Band -
The Killers

Best Solo Artist -
Pete Doherty

Best Live Band -
Muse

Best New Band -
MGMT

Best Album -
Kings Of Leon – Only By The Night

Best Track -
MGMT – "Time to Pretend"

Best Dancefloor Filler -
Dizzee Rascal & Calvin Harris – "Dance Wiv Me"

Best Video -
The Last Shadow Puppets – "My Mistakes Were Made For You"

Best DVD -
Arctic Monkeys – Arctic Monkeys Live at the Apollo

Best Live Event -
Glastonbury

Best TV Show -
The Mighty Boosh

Best Website -
youtube.com

Best Venue -
London Astoria

Hero of the Year -
Barack Obama

Villain of the Year -
George W. Bush

Best Dressed -
Alexa Chung

Worst Dressed -
Amy Winehouse

Worst Album -
Jonas Brothers - A Little Bit Longer

Worst Band -
Jonas Brothers

Sexiest Man -
Matt Bellamy

Sexiest Woman -
Hayley Williams

Best Album Artwork -
Muse - HAARP

Best Blog -
Noel Gallagher

Philip Hall Radar Award -
The Big Pink

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2008 ShockWaves NME Awards
February 28th ~ Hammersmith Palais, London
Hosts: Mathew Horne & James Corden

God Like Geniuses Award
Manic Street Preachers

Best British Band
Arctic Monkeys

Best International Band
The Killers

Best Solo Artist
Kate Nash

Best Live Band
Muse

Best New Band
The Enemy

Best Album
Klaxons - Myths of the Near Future

Best Track
Arctic Monkeys - "Fluorescent Adolescent"

Best Dancefloor Filler
The Wombats - "Let's Dance to Joy Division"

Best Video
Arctic Monkeys - "Teddy Picker"

Best Music DVD
Nirvana - MTV Unplugged in New York

Best Live Event
Carling Weekend: Reading and Leeds Festivals

Best TV Show
The Mighty Boosh

Best Radio Show
Zane Lowe (BBC Radio 1)

Best Film
Control

Sexiest Woman
Kylie Minogue

Sexiest Man
Noel Fielding

Worst Album
Britney Spears - Blackout

Worst Band
The Hoosiers

Best Dressed
Noel Fielding

Worst Dressed
Amy Winehouse

Hero of the year
Pete Doherty

Villain of the Year
George W. Bush

Best Live Venue
Wembley Stadium

Best Website (excluding NME.com)
Facebook

John Peel Award For Musical Innovation
Radiohead

Phillip Hall Radar Award
Glasvegas

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2007 ShockWaves NME Awards
March 1st ~ Hammersmith Palais, London

Host: Lauren Laverne

Godlike Genius Award
Primal Scream

Best British Band
Muse

Best International Band
My Chemical Romance

Best Solo Artist
Jamie T

Best New Band
Klaxons

Best Live Band
Kasabian

Best Album
Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am That’s What

Best Track
The View - Wasted Little DJs

Best Video
The Killers – Bones

Best Music DVD
Arctic Monkeys – Scummy Man

Best Event
Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festivals

Best TV Show
The Mighty Boosh

Best Radio Show
Zane Lowe (Radio 1)

Best Film
Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest

Best Website
YouTube.com

Best Venue
Carling Brixton Academy

Hero Of The Year
Gerard Way

Villain Of The Year
George W Bush

Best Dressed
Faris Rotter

Worst Dressed
Lily Allen

Worst Album
Robbie Williams, 'Rudebox'

Worst Band
Panic! At The Disco

Sexiest Man
Matt Bellamy

Sexiest Woman
Kate Moss

John Peel Award For Musical Innovation
Enter Shikari

Phillip Hall Radar Award
The Twang

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2006 ShockWaves NME Awards
Presented February 23rd ~ Hammersmith Palais, London

Godlike Genius Award
Ian Brown

Best British Band

Arctic Monkeys

Best International Band
The Strokes

Best Solo Artist
Kanye West

Best New Band
Arctic Monkeys

Best Live Band
Franz Ferdinand

Best Album
'Employment' - Kaiser Chiefs

Best Track
'I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor' - Arctic Monkeys

Best Video
'The Importance Of Being Idle' - Oasis

Best Music DVD
Live8

Best Event
Carling Weekend: Reading And Leeds Festivals

Best TV Show
'Gonzo'

Best Radio Show
Zane Lowe (Radio 1)

Best Film
'Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire'

Best Website
NME.COM

Best Venue
Brixton Carling Academy

Hero Of The Year
Bob Geldof

Villain Of The Year
George Bush

Best Dressed
Ricky Wilson

Worst Dressed
Justin Hawkins

Worst Album
'Back To Bedlam' - James Blunt

Worst Band
Son Of Dork

Sexiest Man
Pete Doherty

Sexiest Woman
Madonna

John Peel Music Innovation Award
Gorillaz

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"2005 ShockWaves NME Awards "
Presented February 17th ~ Hammersmith Palais, London
Host: Simon Pegg and Nick Frost.

Godlike Genius Award – New Order
Best British Band – The Libertines
Best Album – Franz Ferdinand’s ‘Franz Ferdinand’
Best Event – Paul McCartney/Glastonbury 2004
Best Live Band – Muse
Best New Band – Razorlight
Best Solo Artist – Graham Coxon
Best Track – Franz Ferdinand’s ‘Take Me Out’
Best International Band – The Killers
The Phillip Hall Radar Award – Kaiser Chiefs
Best Video – Green Day’s ‘American Idiot’
Best Music DVD – Oasis’ ‘Definitely Maybe’
Best Film – ‘Shaun Of The Dead’
Best TV Show – ‘Little Britain’
Best Radio Show – Zane Lowe
Best Dressed – Brandon Flowers, The Killers
Worst Dressed – Britney Spears
Best Live Venue – London Carling Brixton Academy
Best Website – NME.com
Hero Of The Year – John Peel
Villain Of The Year – George W Bush
Sexiest Man – Brandon Flowers, The Killers
Sexiest Woman – Gwen Stefani
Worst Album – Busted’s ‘A Present For Everyone’
Worst Band – Busted

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NME Awards 2004
Host: Vernon Kay

Godlike Genius: Ozzy Osbourne
The Fuck Me! Award For Innovation: Dizzee Rascal
Best Radio Show: Zane Lowe
Best New Band: Kings of Leon
Best Video: Radiohead, for "There There"
Best Single: White Stripes, for "Seven Nation Army"
Best Film: The Return of the King
Rock And Roll Man Of The Year: Har Mar Superstar
Best Live Band: Queens of the Stone Age
Living Legend: Arthur Lee
Philip Hall Radar Award: Franz Ferdinand
Best Event: Glastonbury Festival
Best International Band: Kings of Leon
Best TV Show: The Office
Rock 'N' Roll Woman Of The Year: Brody Dalle
Best UK Band: The Libertines
Best Album: Radiohead, for Hail to the Thief

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2003 NME Carling Awards
Host :Bill Bailey

NME Artist of the Year: Oasis
Godlike Genius: The Clash

Best UK Band:
Oasis
Best International Band: Oasis
Best Live Band: The Datsuns
Best Solo Artist: Ryan Adams
Best New Band: The Libertines
Best Video: Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, "Whatever Happened to My Rock 'N' Roll"
Carling Best Album: Coldplay, for A Rush of Blood to the Head
NME Album of the Year: Coldplay, for A Rush of Blood to the Head
The Fuck Me! Award For Innovation: The Polyphonic Spree
Best TV Show: The Osbournes
Best Single: The Vines, for "Get Free"
NME Single of the Year: Doves, for "There Goes The Fear"
NME Hot New Band: Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Best Radio Show: Steve Lamacq

Best Film: 24 Hour Party People
Most Sexy Man:
Tony Robinson
Most Sexy Woman: Avril Lavigne
Hero of the Year: Ozzy Osbourne
Best Live Venue: London Astoria
Best Haircut: Liam Gallagher
Best Dressed:
The Hives
Best Website: NME.com
Best Event:
Carling Reading/Leeds Festival
Villain of the Year: George W. Bush
Worst Album: Insane Clown Posse, for The Wraith: Shangri-La
Worst Single:
Insane Clown Posse, for "Juggalo Homies"
Worst Band: Insane Clown Posse
Worst Haircut:
Jack Osbourne
Worst Dressed: Christina Aguilera

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2002 ~ NME Carling Awards
Host: Zane Lowe

Best Radio Show: BBC Radio One Sessions

Best Single:
Ash, for "Burn Baby Burn"

Best Album:
The Strokes, for Is This It

Band of the Year:
The Strokes

Best Solo Artist:
Ian Brown

Best Metal Group:
Lostprophets

Best R&B/Soul Act:
Aaliyah

Best Hip Hop/Rap Act:
Missy Elliott

Best Pop Act:
Kylie Minogue

Best Dance Act:
Basement Jaxx

Best Video:
Radiohead, for "Pyramid Song"

Best New Act:
The Strokes

Best Live Act:
U2

Best TV Show:
The Office

Best Film:
Moulin Rouge!

Hero of the Year:
New York

Villain of the Year:
Osama bin Laden

Godlike Genius:
Pennie Smith

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2001 ~ NME Awards
Host: Peter Kay

Best Single: Coldplay, for "Yellow"

Best Album: Primal Scream, for XTRMNTR

Best Band: Radiohead

Worst Band: Insane Clown Posse

Worst Album: Insane Clown Posse, for "Carnival of Carnage"

Best Solo Artist: Badly Drawn Boy

Best Rock Act: U2

Best Hip Hop/Rap Act: Eminem

Best Pop Act: All Saints

Best Dance Act: Fatboy Slim

Best Metal Act: Marilyn Manson

Best New Band: Coldplay

Best Live Act: Moby

Brightest Hope: Starsailor

Villain of the Year: Robbie Williams

Hero of the Year: Matt Bellamy

Godlike Genius: U2

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2000 NME Premier Awards
February 1st ~ Mermaid Theatre, London, UK
Host: Steve Lamacq and Mary Anne Hobbs

Best Single (readers' vote):
Blur, for "Tender"

Single of the Year (NME vote):
Aphex Twin, for "Windowlicker"

Best Album (readers' vote):
The Flaming Lips, for The Soft Bulletin

Album of the Year (NME vote):
The Flaming Lips, for The Soft Bulletin

Best Band:
Blur

Best Solo Artist:
Beck

Best New Artist:
Muse

Best Video:
Blur, for "Coffee & TV"

Best Live Act (readers' vote):
Mogwai

Best Live Act (NME vote):
Super Furry Animals

Best Dance Act:
The Chemical Brothers

On The Decks Awards For Dance Act of The Year:
Death In Vegas

Best TV Show:
The Royle Family

Best Radio Show:
Steve Lamacq - Evening Session

Best Musical Event:
Glastonbury Festival

Radio 1 Evening Session of the Year:
Supergrass

The Breezeblock Mix of the Year:
Jon Carter

Best DJ:
Fatboy Slim

Best Artist:
Travis

Best Performance at NME Premier Shows:
Ooberman

The Philip Hall "On" Award for Brightest Hope:
Terris

Best Band Ever:
The Beatles

Best Single Ever:
Nirvana, for "Smells Like Teen Spirit"

Worst Single Ever:
Insane Clown Posse, for "Chicken Huntin"

Best Album Ever:
The Stone Roses, for The Stone Roses

Dickhead Of The Year:
Violent J, of Insane Clown Posse

Godlike Services To Music:
Shaun Ryder

Worst Record Of The Year:
Vengaboys, for We're Going to Ibiza

Best Film:
The Blair Witch Project

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OTHER AWARDS ~ THE WINNERS

METEOR IRELAND M.A. .. SPBGMA M.A .. GRAMMY AWARDS .. BRIT AWARDS

SHOCKWAVE NME M.A. .. WORLD MUSIC AWARDS.. IRAW MUSIC AWARDS ..

IVOR NOVELLO AWARDS .. KERRANG! AWARDS .. MTV VIDEO M.A . .CMT M.A

Q AWARDS . . A.R.I.A MUSIC AWARDS .. MTV EUROPEAN M.A .. AMERICAN M.A

.. SOUL TRAIN AWARDS ...LATIN GRAMMY AWARDS ... BILLBOARD M.A.

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