The Weekend Wins Big, Makes History As He Sweeps 5 Awards At The 50th Juno, 2021 | See Full Winner’s List #Arewapublisize



The Weekend Wins Big, Makes History As He Sweeps 5 Awards At The 50th Juno, 2021 | See Full Winner’s List #Arewapublisize

The Weekend Wins Big, Makes History As He Sweeps 5 Awards At The 50th Juno, 2021 | See Full Winner’s List #Arewapublisize
The Weeknd swept the 2021 Juno Awards, on Sunday night, making him the first artist to win ‘Best Artist, Album, Single, and Songwriter’ of the year, all in the same year, twice.

The Junos Awards was established in 1970-71 to honour the achievements of Canadian music. This year 2021 celebrate it’s 50th. In total, The Weeknd has received a total of 15 Junos out of 30 nominations all through his career.

For his album, ‘After Hours’, he was awarded Album Of The Year, while for “Blinding Lights“, he won both Single Of The Year and Songwriter Of The Year. Additionally, he was named Artist of the Year.

Other winners at this year’s ceremony included Justin Bieber, who won Pop Album of the year for 2020’s ‘Changes’ and also opened the show with a pre-recorded performance of his track ‘Somebody’, taken from his 2021 album ‘Justice’.

See the full list of winners down below:
Single of the Year

“Blinding Lights,” the Weeknd
Artist of the Year

The Weeknd
Album of the Year

“After Hours,” the Weeknd
Juno Fan Choice

Shawn Mendes
International Album of the Year

“Fine Line,” Harry Styles
Group of the Year

Arkells
Breakthrough Artist of the Year

JP Saxe
Breakthrough Group of the Year

Crown Lands
Songwriter of the Year

The Weeknd (Abel Tesfaye), Belly (Ahmad Balshe), & Jason “DaHeala” Quenneville
Pop Album of the Year

“Changes,” Justin Bieber
Country Album of the Year

“The Lemonade Stand,” Tenille Townes
Adult Alternative Album of the Year

“Sad Hunk,” Bahamas
Alternative Album of the Year

“Pray for It,” July Talk
Rock Album of the Year

“Ruthless,” JJ Wilde
Canadian Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Jann Arden
Humanitarian Award

The Hip
Vocal Jazz Album of the Year

“With You,” Sammy Jackson
Jazz Album of the Year: Solo

“Elegant Traveler,” Jocelyn Gould
Jazz Album of the Year: Group

“The reMission,” Andy Milne and Unison
Instrumental Album of the Year

“Movements III,” Blitz//Berlin
Francophone Album of the Year

“Quand la nuit tombe,” Louis-Jean Cormier
Children’s Album of the Year

“Heart Parade,” Splash’N Boots
Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Chamber

“Mosaïque,” Ensemble Made in Canada
Classical Album of the Year: Large Ensemble

“Ginastera – Bernstein – Moussa: Œuvres pour violon et orchestre / Works for Violin and Orchestra Orchestre symphonique de Montréal,” conducted by Kent Nagano, feat. Andrew Wan
Classical Composition of the Year

“Violin Concerto ‘Adrano,’” Samy Moussa
Rap Recording of the Year

“Elements Vol. 1,” Tobi
Dance Recording of the Year

“Bubba,” Kaytranada
Contemporary R&B Recording of the Year

“After Hours,” The Weeknd
Traditional R&B Recording of the Year

“Solid,” Savannah Ré
Reggae Recording of the Year

“I Pray,” TÖME x Sean Kingston
Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year

“North Star Calling,” Leela Gilday
Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

“Bravado,” Rose Cousins
Traditional Roots Album of the Year

“Bet on Love,” Pharis and Jason Romero
Blues Album of the Year

“Church House Blues,” Crystal Shawanda
Contemporary Christian/Gospel Album of the Year

“The Way,” Shawna Cain
World Music Album of the Year

“Espiral,” Okan
Jack Richardson Producer of the Year

WondaGurl
Recording Engineer of the Year

Serban Ghenea
Album Artwork of the Year

Julien Hébert (Art Director), David Beauchemin (Designer), Florence Obrecht (Illustrator), Marc-Étienne Mongrain (Photographer) — “Notre-Dame-Des-Sept-Douleurs,” Klô Pelgag
Music Video of the Year

“No One’s in the Room,” Emma Higgins and Jessie Reyez
Electronic Album of the Year

“Suddenly,” Caribou
Metal/Hard Music Album of the Year

“Abyss,” Unleash the Archers
Adult Contemporary Album of the Year

“Such Pretty Forks in the Road,” Alanis Morissette
Comedy Album of the Year

“Horse Power,” Jacob Samuel

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