Juno Awards 2015, nomination: Magic!, Drake e The Weeknd tra i più candidati

Tutte le nomination dei Juno Awards 2015. In vetta Magic!, Drake e the Weeknd

Di Alberto Graziola  

Sono state rivelate le nomination per i Juno Awards 2015.

L’evento annuale premia gli artisti canadesi per i loro meriti artistici e i contributi che hanno dato nel mondo della musica. Verranno consegnati il prossimo 15 marzo 2015 al FirstOntario Centre, Hamilton. Tra coloro che hanno ottenuto maggiori nomination spiccano Magic!, Drake e The Weeknd.

Potete leggere le categorie con i rispettivi candidati qui sotto:

Fan Choice Award

Arcade Fire
Bobby Bazini
Leonard Cohen
Michael Buble
You and Me
Serge Frois

Group of the Year

You and Me
Mother Mother

Artist of the Year

Leonard Cohen
Bryan Adams
Sarah McLachlan
The Weeknd

Album of the Year

Where I Belong, Bobby Bazini
Wild Life, Hedley
Popular Problems, Leonard Cohen
No Fixed Address, Nickelback
Serge Fiori, Serge Fiori

Single of the Year

Drake, “Hold On (We’re Going Home)”
Hedley, “Crazy For You”
Kiesza, “Hideaway”
Magic!, “Rude”
Sam Roberts Band, “We’re All in This Together”

Songwriter of the Year

Catherine MacLellan
Henry “Cirkut” Walter
Jenn Grant

International Album of the Year

‘PRISM’ — Katy Perry
‘Pure Heroine’ — Lorde
‘Midnight Memories’ — One Direction
‘In the Lonely Hour’ — Sam Smith
’1989? — Taylor Swift

Pop Album of the Year

‘Avril Lavigne’ — Avril Lavigne
‘Party For Your Life’ — Down With Webster
‘Little Machines’ — Lights
‘Little Secret’ — Nikki Yanofsky
‘Don’t Kill the Magic’ — Magic!

Rock Album of the Year

‘High Noon’ — Arkells
‘Ghost’ — Big Wreck
‘Fantasy’ — Sam Roberts Band
‘The Union’ — The Glorious Sons
‘Between Illness and Migration’ — Your Favorite Enemies

Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Glenn Morrison
Jess Moskaluke
Mac DeMarco
Shawn Mendes

Breakthrough Group of the Year

Adventure Club
Zeds Dead

Country Album of the Year

‘Lifted’ — Dallas Smith
‘Light Up The Night’ — Jess Moskaluke
‘Caffeine & Big Dreams’ — Kira Isabella
‘MacKenzie Porter’ — Mackenzie Porter
‘Wheels’ — The Road Hammers

Adult Alternative Album of the Year

‘Bahamas Is Afie’ — Bahamas
‘Compostela’ — Jenn Grant
‘The Lemon Squeeze’ — Jeremy Fisher
‘Popular Problems’ — Leonard Cohen
‘Sleeping Operator’ — The Barr Brothers

Alternative Album of the Year

‘Alvvays’ — Alvvays
‘Shrink Dust’ — Chad VanGaalen
‘July Talk’ — July Talk
‘Animism’ — Tanya Tagaq
‘Hot Dreams’ — Timber Timbre

Rap Recording of the Year

Marco Polo — ‘PA2: The Director’s Cut’
Naturally Born Strangers — ‘The Legends League Presents: Naturally Born Strangers’
P Reign — ‘Dear America’
Saukrates — ‘Amani’
Tre Mission — ‘Stigmata’

Video of the Year

Preach, Dane Collison for SONREAL
Lost You, Grandson & Son for ZEDS DEAD FT. TWIN SHADOW
Guilt Trip, Jeremy Schaulin-Rioux and Chandler Levack for PUP
Hideaway, Kiesza, Blayre Ellestad, Rami Afuni and Ljuba Castot for KIESZA
Not Up To Me, Natalie Rae Robison for KANDLE

Dance Recording of the Year

Adventure Club — ‘Calling All Heroes’
Chromeo — ‘White Women’
Glenn Morrison — ‘Goodbye’
Kiesza — ‘Sound Of A Woman’
Trevor Guthrie — ‘Soundwave’

Children’s Album of the Year

‘Wave Your Antlers’ — Bobs & LoLo
‘Where In The World’ — Fred Penner
‘Le chat botté’ — LuLu et le Matou
‘Love Bug’ — Raffi
‘Happy Times’ — Splash’N Boots