American Music Award for Favorite Adult Contemporary New Artist
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The American Music Award for Favorite Adult Contemporary New Artist was first awarded in 1992, but discontinued since 1994. New Artists are still recognized, but the prize is awarded without regards to music genre.
Years reflect the year in which the American Music Awards were presented, for works released in the previous year.
- American Music Awards of 1994: Toni Braxton
- American Music Awards of 1993: k.d. lang
- American Music Awards of 1992: Michael W. Smith