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Montreal Pop Singer Charlotte Cardin Wins Big at The Juno Awards

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Montreal Pop Singer Charlotte Cardin Wins Big At The Juno Awards

The Montreal pop sensation Charlotte Cardin achieved remarkable success at the prestigious Juno Awards ceremony held in Halifax, taking home the coveted Album of the Year for her record ’99 Nights’. Cardin, who was nominated for six awards, lost the Single of the Year category to Tate McRae‘s ‘Greedy’, who also was named Artist of the Year.

This year, the 53rd Juno Awards were hosted by Canadian singer Nelly Furtado in a grand spectacle celebrating Canada’s music scene. Notable performances included Alexandra Stréliski paying tribute to the late leader of Cowboys Fringants.

While many awards were distributed at earlier events, Saturday’s gala saw TOBi, Aysanabee, and Tate McRae as major winners. Among Quebec artists, Charlotte Cardin, Elisapie, and Cowboys Fringants stood out.

Elisapie won the Contemporary Indigenous Artist award, while Aysanabee’s ‘Here and Now’ was named the Alternative Album of the Year and he secured the Songwriter of the Year title.

The Toronto rapper TOBi’s ‘Panic’ was named Rap Album of the Year, with his track ‘Someone I Knew’ earning Rap Single of the Year.

Shawn Everett, an acclaimed producer from Alberta, had a surreal evening winning both Producer and Sound Engineer of the Year awards. Everett was left bewildered as he learned about his Engineer of the Year win backstage.

At the same event, Montreal’s Cryptopsy won the Metal/Hard Album of the Year, Blond:ish took home the Underground Dance Single award, and Constantinople claimed the Best Small Ensemble Classical Album accolade.

Moreover, the Juno Awards recognized the talents of Canadian artists nationwide, honoring a diverse range of genres and celebrating the country’s rich musical landscape.

Rachel Adams

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