Juno Awards: Nominees And Performers Announced

The nominations for the Juno Awards were announced this morning. The show, which takes place on March 25th in Vancouver, will be hosted by Michael Buble. Jessie Reyez, Daniel Caeser and Hedley have been announced as performers. Check out a bunch of nominees below; a full list is available here.

JUNO Fan Choice Award

Presented by TD

Jessie Reyez
Shawn Hook
Shawn Mendes
The Weeknd
Theory
Walk Off The Earth
Justin Bieber
Hedley
Arkells
Alessia Cara

Single of the Year

Sponsored by Live Nation Canada

There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back
Shawn Mendes
I Feel It Coming ft. Daft Punk
The Weeknd
How Far I’ll Go
Alessia Cara
Knocking at the Door
Arkells
Everything Now
Arcade Fire

International Album of the Year

DAMN.
Kendrick Lamar
Stoney
Post Malone
reputation
Taylor Swift
24K Magic
Bruno Mars
÷
Ed Sheeran

Album of the Year

Sponsored by Music Canada

Revival
Johnny Reid
Nobody But Me
Michael Bublé
Safe Haven
Ruth B
Now
Shania Twain
Everything Now
Arcade Fire

Artist of the Year

Sponsored by Apple Music

Ruth B
Shania Twain
Gord Downie
Daniel Caesar
Lights

Group of the Year

Presented by Apple Music

A Tribe Called Red
Arcade Fire
Alvvays
Broken Social Scene
Hedley

Breakthrough Artist of the Year

Sponsored by FACTOR, the Government of Canada, and Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters

Jessie Reyez
NAV
Virginia to Vegas
Allan Rayman
Charlotte Cardin

Breakthrough Group of the Year

Sponsored by FACTOR, the Government of Canada, and Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters

James Barker Band
The Beaches
The Dead South
The Franklin Electric
The Jerry Cans

Songwriter of the Year

“Chosen”, “Grace” – co-songwriter Mark Erelli, “White Flag” – co-songwriter KS Rhoads NATURAL CONCLUSION – Rose Cousins
Rose Cousins
“21 Days” – co-songwriters Simon Wilcox, Thomas ‘Tawgs’ Salter, Michael J. Wise, Ron Lopata, “It’s Kinda Complicated” – co-songwriters Thomas ‘Tawgs’ Salter, Todd Clark, Ron Lopata, “PDA” – co-songwriters Simon Wilcox, Thomas ‘Tawgs’ Salter, Ron Lopata HÔTEL DE VILLE – Scott Helman
Scott Helman
“Come Back for Me”, “Watershed”, “Try” WATERSHED – Amelia Curran
Amelia Curran
“A Natural”, “Introduce Yerself”, “The North” INTRODUCE YERSELF – Gord Downie
Gord Downie & Kevin Drew
“Main Girl”, “Paradise Motion”, “The Kids” MAIN GIRL – Charlotte Cardin
Charlotte Cardin

Pop Album of the Year

Skin & Earth
Lights
My Love
Ria Mae
Safe Haven
Ruth B
Hȏtel de Ville
Scott Helman
Cageless
Hedley

Rap Recording of the Year

Presented by Stingray Music

Coach Fresh
Maestro Fresh Wes
001: Experiments
Lou Phelps
Shooters
Tory Lanez
Mumble Rap
Belly
Lil Mont from the Ave
Clairmont The Second

Dance Recording of the Year

Deeper
KAPRI
Closer ft. Laurell
Nick Fiorucci
Almost Home ft. Nadia Ali & Iro
Sultan + Shepard
Get What You Give
Felix Cartal
Not Going Home ft. Gia Koka & CMC$
DVBBS

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year

Foreign Water
Jahkoy
Kiddo
Jessie Reyez
Human
Jhyve
Unbound 01
Keshia Chanté
Freudian
Daniel Caesar

Photo: The Juno Awards/Twitter 

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