Danish Music Awards

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The Danish Music Awards (DMA) is a Danish award show. The show has been arranged by IFPI since 1989, and was originally called IFPI-prisen ("IFPI-Award") until 1991, when it changed its name to Dansk Grammy ("Danish Grammy"). The current name was given in 2001, after the American Grammy Awards registered the name Grammy as their trademark. In 2011 IFPI joined together with TV2 (Denmark) and KODA to present the awards ceremony.[1]

IFPI Awards (1989)[edit]

The 1989 Danish IFPI Awards were held on 25 February 1989 in K.B. Hallen, Frederiksberg

Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Anne Linnet - Jeg er jo lige her
Danish Band of the Year Dodo and the Dodos
Danish Female Artist of the Year Hanne Boel
Danish Male Artist of the Year Thomas Helmig
Danish Hit of the Year Søs Fenger, Thomas Helmig, Sanne Salomonsen &
Anne Linnet - "Den jeg elsker, elsker jeg"
Foreign Album of the Year Tracy Chapman - Tracy Chapman
Press Award Johnny Madsen

IFPI Awards (1990)[edit]

The 1990 Danish IFPI Awards were held on 25 February 1990 in K.B. Hallen, Frederiksberg to be replaced the following year by the Danish Grammy Awards that continued from 1991 until 2000.

Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Gnags - Mr. Swing King
Danish Band of the Year Gnags
Danish Female Artist of the Year Søs Fenger
Danish Male Artist of the Year Lars H.U.G
Danish Hit of the Year Kim Larsen - "Tarzan Mama Mia"
Foreign Album of the Year Phil Collins - But Seriously
Press Award Lars H.U.G
Best New Name Nikolaj Christensen

Danish Grammy Awards[edit]

Danish Grammy Awards 1991[edit]

Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Hanne Boel - Dark Passion
Danish Band of the Year Ray Dee Ohh
Danish Female Artist of the Year Hanne Boel
Danish Male Artist of the Year Søren Sko
Danish Newcomer of the Year Sko/Torp
Danish Hit of the Year Hanne Boel - "I Wanna Make Love to You"
Foreign Album of the Year Gary Moore - Still Got the Blues
Foreign Female Singer of the Year Sinead O'Connor
Foreign Male Singer of the Year Björn Afzelius
Foreign Hit of the Year Sinéad O'Connor - "Nothing Compares 2 U"
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Wilson Phillips
Danish Rock Album of the Year C.V. Jørgensen - I det muntre hjørne
Danish Pop Album of the Year Love Shop - 1990
Danish Rap/Dance Album of the Year Yasmin - Wanna Dance
Danish Entertainment Album of the Year De Nattergale - Det kan jo aldrig gå værre en hiel gal
Danish Heavy Rock Album of the Year Skagarack - A Slice of Heaven
Danish Children's Album of the Year Bamse & Kylling - Sange fra Bamses Billedbog 2
Danish Songwriter Album of the Year C.V. Jørgensen
Danish Producer of the Year Poul Bruun for Hanne Boel - Dark Passion
Danish Music Video of the Year Hanne Boel - "Light In Your Heart"
Danish Best Cover Anne Dorte Michelsen - Den ordløse time
Danish Folk/Country/Western Album of the Year Lars Lilholt Band - Kontakt
Danish Classical Album of the Year Ars Nova Vocal Group - Nicolas Gombert Sacred Music
Danish Jazz Album of the Year Thomas Blachman - Love Boat

Danish Grammy Awards (1992-1999)[edit]

Danish Grammy Awards 2000[edit]

2000 was the last year the awards were held under the title Danish Grammy Awards. After the American Grammy organization objecting, the show would be renamed Danish Music Awards starting 2001.

The last Danish "Grammies" were held on 5 February 2000 in the Forum, Frederiksberg. The show was broadcast live on TV 2, and was hosted by Casper Christensen and Krede.

Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Kashmir - The Good Life
Danish Band of the Year Kashmir
Danish Female Artist of the Year Marie Frank
Danish Male Artist of the Year Thomas Helmig
Danish Newcomer of the Year/Tuborg's Green Prise Marie Frank
Danish Hit of the Year Det Brune Punktum - "Jeg vil i seng med de fleste"
Foreign Album of the Year The Cardigans - Gran Turismo
Foreign Hit of the Year Shania Twain - "That Don't Impress Me Much"
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Britney Spears
Danish Rock Album of the Year Kashmir - The Good Life
Danish Pop Album of the Year Marie Frank - Ancient Pleasures
Danish Entertainment Album of the Year Det Brune Punktum - Helbredelsen
Danish Rap Album of the Year Clemens - Den Anden Verden
Danish Dance Album of the Year Brother Brown presents Frank'ee - "Under the Water"
Danish Roots Album of the Year Dissing, Dissing, Von Daler m.fl. - Græsset må betrædes'
Danish Children's Album of the Year Creamy - Creamy
Danish Top Album of the Year Jacob Haugaard - Jeg er så lyk'lig
Danish Soundtrack of the Year Various Artists - Den eneste ene
Danish Songwriter of the Year Kasper Eistrup (Kashmir)
Danish Producer of the Year Joshua & Kashmir for Kashmir - The Good Life
Danish Music Video of the Year Klaus Thymann for Kashmir - "Mom In Love, Daddy In Space"
Danish radio Hit of the Year/The Voice Prize Det Brune Punktum - "Vi skal ud i det blå"
Danish Club Hit of the Year Barcode Brothers - "Dooh Dooh"
Export Prize Cartoons
IFPI's Prize of Honor Gnags
Performances

Performances during the show included Det Brune Punktum, Clemens & Petter, Creamy, Marie Frank, Funkstar De Luxe, Hampenberg, Thomas Helmig, Juice, Kashmir, Poul Krebs, Melanie C, Ms Mukupa & Remee and Shirley, Zindy, Daniel, Jonas Winge Leisner, Kuku Agami & Mark Linn from soundtrack of the film Den eneste ene.

Starting 2001, the awards were held under the name Danish Music Awards after ten years as Danish Grammy Awards. The American Grammies management had protested the use of the name "Grammies" by the Danes and the Danish management was forced to bow to pressure and change the name from Danish Grammy Awards to Danish Music Awards.

Danish Music Awards 2001[edit]

The first ever Danish Music Awards under the new name was held on 3 March 2001 in the Forum, Frederiksberg. The inaugural "Danish Music Awards" show was broadcast live on TV 2, and was hosted by Casper Christensen and Lasse Rimmer.

The Winners
Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year D-A-D - Everything Glows
Danish Band of the Year D-A-D
Danish Female Artist of the Year Freya
Danish Male Artist of the Year Jesper Binzer (D-A-D)
Danish Newcomer of the Year Erann DD
Danish Hit of the Year Brødrene Olsen (aka Olsen Brothers) - "Fly on the Wings of Love"
Foreign Album of the Year Madonna - Music
Foreign Hit of the Year Madonna - "Music"
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Anastacia
Danish Rock Album of the Year D-A-D - Everything Glows
Danish Pop Album of the Year Aqua - Aquarius
Danish R&B Album of the Year Karen - En til en
Danish Rap Album of the Year Outlandish - Outland's Officials
Danish Dance Album of the Year Barcode Brothers - Swipe Me
Danish Entertainment Album of the Year Hva' snakker du om? - Den ka' byttes Vol. 1
Danish Children's Album of the Year Musikken fra Pyrus i Alletiders Eventyr
Danish Top Album of the Year Kandis - Kandis 8
Danish Soundtrack of the Year Blinkende Lygter
Danish Songwriter of the Year Allan Olsen - Onomatopoietikon
Danish Producer of the Year Filur - Exciting Comfort
Danish Music Video of the Year Peder Pedersen / Easy Film for Aqua - "Around the World"
Danish Radio Hit of the Year Zididada - "Zididada Day"
Danish Club Hit of the Year Safri Duo - "The Bongo Song (Played-A-Live)"
Export Prize Aqua
IFPI's Prize of Honor Gasolin'
Performances

Performances during the show included Anastacia, Bliss, Tim Christensen, DJ Aligator, Erann DD, Filur, Karen, Manic Street Preachers, Outlandish, Rollo & King, Safri Duo, S.O.A.P., Superheroes and tv·2.

Danish Music Awards 2002[edit]

The 2002 Danish Music Awards were held on 2 March 2002 in the Forum, Frederiksberg. The show was broadcast live on TV 2, and was hosted by Lars Hjortshøj.

Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Safri Duo - Episode II
Danish Band of the Year Safri Duo
Danish Female Artist of the Year Marie Frank
Danish Male Artist of the Year Thomas Helmig
Danish Newcomer of the Year Christian
Danish Hit of the Year/Orange Prize Safri Duo - "Played-A-Live (The Bongo Song)"
Foreign Album of the Year R.E.M. - Reveal
Foreign Hit of the Year Kylie Minogue - "Can't Get You Out of My Head"
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Dido
Danish Rock Album of the Year Saybia - Saybia
Danish Pop Album of the Year Christian - Du kan gøre hvad du vil
Danish Rap Album of the Year Den Gale Pose - Definitition af en stodder
Danish Dance Album of the Year Safri Duo - Episode II
Danish Top Album of the Year Birthe Kjær - Længe leve livet
Danish Children's Album of the Year M:G:P: 2001 - De unges Melodi Grand Prix
Danish Entertainment Album of the Year Hva' snakker du om? - Arne fortæller… Terkel i knibe
Danish Soundtrack Album of the Year En kort en lang
Danish Songwriter of the Year Thomas Helmig for IsItYouIsItMe
Danish Producer of the Year Morten Friis/Uffe Savery/Michael Parsberg for Safri Duo - Episode II
Danish Music Video of the Year Angel Productions for Peter Frödin & Jimmy Jørgensen - "Vent på mig"
Danish Radio Hit of the Year/The Voice Prize Safri Duo - "Played-A-Live (The Bongo Song)"
Danish Club Hit of the Year Infernal - "Muzaik"
Danish Music Export Award Safri Duo - "Episode II"
IFPI's Prize of Honor C.V. Jørgensen
Performances

Performances during the show included Christian, EyeQ, Sort Sol, Thomas Helmig, DJ Encore, Hampenberg, Barcode Brothers, Westlife, D-A-D, Safri Duo, Swan Lee og Kylie Minogue.

Danish Music Awards 2003[edit]

The 2003 Danish Music Awards were held on 1 March 2003 in the Forum, Frederiksberg. The show was broadcast live on TV 2, and hosted by Timm Vladimir.

Category Winners
Danish Album of the Year Saybia - The Second You Sleep
Danish Band of the Year Saybia
Danish Female Artist of the Year Søs Fenger
Danish Male Artist of the Year Søren Huus (Saybia)
Danish Newcomer of the Year Nik & Jay
Danish Hit of the Year/The Voice Prize Nik & Jay - "Hot"
Foreign Album of the Year Eminem - The Eminem Show
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Avril Lavigne
Danish Rock Album of the Year The Raveonettes - Whip It On
Danish Pop Album of the Year tv·2 - På kanten af småt brændbart
Danish Rap Album of the Year Malk de Koijn - Sneglzilla
Danish Dance Album of the Year Filur - Deeply Superficial
Danish Top Album of the Year Kandis - Kandis 9
Danish Children's Album of the Year Ruben - Drengen der kunne tale med ting
Danish Songwriter of the Year Steffen Brandt for tv·2 - På kanten af småt brændbart
Danish Producer of the Year Nikolaj Nørlund for Superjeg - Alt er ego
Danish Music Video of the Year Ingen Frygt for Malk de Koijn - "Vi tager fuglen på dig"
Danish Album Cover of the Year Per Morten Abramsen / Rene Brokop & Nego & Brando for Jupiter Day - Jupiter Day
IFPI's Prize of Honor Peter Belli
Performances

Live performances included Blue, Tim Christensen, Filur feat. Pernille Rosendahl, Junior Senior, Kashmir, Melanie C, Mew, Nik & Jay, Outlandish, Sanne Salomonsen and tv·2.

Danish Music Awards 2004[edit]

2004 Danish Music Awards was held on 28 February 2004 i the Forum, Frederiksberg. The show was broadcast live on TV 2, hosted by Timm Vladimir.

The Winners
Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Tim Christensen - Honeyburst
Danish Band of the Year Kashmir
Danish Female Artist of the Year Julie
Danish Male Artist of the Year Tim Christensen
Danish Newcomer of the Year Julie
Danish Best Hit/The Voice Prize Outlandish - "Aïcha"
Foreign Album of the Year Robbie Williams - Escapology
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Evanescence
Foreign Hit of the Year Dido - "White Flag"
Danish Rock Album of the Year Kashmir - Zitilites
Danish Pop Album of the Year Julie - Home
Danish Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year Jokeren - Alpha Han
Danish Dance Album of the Year Rune - "Calabria"
Danish Top Album of the Year Birthe Kjær - På en fransk altan
Danish Children's Album of the Year Svedbanken - Chris & Chokoladefabrikken
Danish Songwriter of the Year Tina Dickow
Danish Producer of the Year Tim Christensen og Rune Nissen-Petersen for Tim Christensen - Honeyburst
Danish Music Video of the Year Anders Morgenthaler for Kashmir - "Rocket Brothers"
Danish Cover of the Year Kasper Eistrup, Mads Tunebjerg, Nanna Bentel og Morten Bjarnhof for Kashmir - Zitilites
IFPI's Prize of Honor Sebastian
Performances

The performances during the show included L.O.C., Kevin Lyttle, The Raveonettes, Swan Lee, Jokeren, Burhan G, Tim Christensen, Tue West, Erann DD, Bent Fabric and Blue.

Danish Music Awards 2005[edit]

2005 Danish Music Awards were held on 5 March 2005 in K.B. Hallen, Frederiksberg. The show was broadcast live on DR1, presented by Caroline Henderson and Thomas Madvig.

The Winners
Category Winners
Danish Album of the Year Nephew - USADSB
Danish Band of the Year Nephew
Danish Female Artist of the Year Pernille Rosendahl (Swan Lee)
Danish Male Artist of the Year Claus Hempler
Danish Newcomer of the Year Burhan G
Danish Hit of the Year Nephew - "Movie Klip"
Foreign Album of the Year U2 - How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand
Foreign Hit of the Year Franz Ferdinand - "Take Me Out"
Danish Rock Album of the Year Nephew - USADSB
Danish Pop Album of the Year Tue West - Tue West
Danish Urban Album of the Year Blue Foundation - Sweep of Days
Danish Top Album of the Year Souvenirs - Cirkus
Danish Children's Album of the Year Sigurd Barrett - Sigurd & Symfoniorkestret vol. 2
Danish Songwriter of the Year Mikael Simpson
Danish Music Video of the Year Nephew - "Superliga"
IFPI's Prize of Honor Sanne Salomonsen
Performances

Performances during the show included Nephew, D-A-D, Nik & Jay, Peter Sommer, Saybia, Allan Olsen, Junior Senior, Nobody Beats The Beats, Niarn, Clemens, Ataf and Kira & The Kindred Spirits.

Danish Music Awards 2006[edit]

The 2006 Danish Music Awards were held on 11 March 2006 in KB-Hallen, Frederiksberg. Show was broadcast live on DR1, and hosted by Jakob Riising.

The Winners
Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Mew - And the Glass Handed Kites
Danish Band of the Year Mew
Danish Female Artist of the Year Tina Dickow
Danish Male Artist of the Year Jonas Bjerre (Mew)
Danish Newcomer of the Year Magtens Korridorer
Danish Hit of the Year tv·2 - "De første kærester på månen"
Danish Rock Album of the Year Mew - And the Glass Handed Kites
Danish Pop Album of the Year tv·2 - De første kærester på månen
Danish Urban/R&B Album of the Year Pelding & Joy Morgan - Spine
Danish Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year Bikstok Røgsystem - Over stok og sten
Best Danish Release Bent Fabricius Bjerre - Kender du melodien
Danish Children's Album of the Year Alberte, Thomas Winding and Jan Rørdam - Sludder & Vrøvl
Danish Songwriter of the Year Steffen Brandt (tv·2)
Danish Producer of the Year Pharfar for Bikstok Røgsystem - Over stok og sten
Danish Music Video of the Year Martin de Thurah for Carpark North - "Human"
Foreign Album of the Year Gorillaz - Demon Days
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Antony & The Johnsons - I Am a Bird Now
Foreign Hit of the Year Gorillaz - "Feel Good Inc."
IFPI's Prize of Honor tv·2
Performances

Performances during the show included Mew, Gavin DeGraw with DR's Big Band, Outlandish, Tina Dickow, Bikstok Røgsystem, Anna David, Johnny Deluxe, Carpark North, Tue West, Anders Matthesen and Kasper Eistrup.

Danish Music Awards 2007[edit]

The 2007 Danish Music Awards were held on 3 March 2007 in KB-Hallen, Frederiksberg. Show was broadcast live on DR1, and was hosted by Jakob Riising.

Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Nephew - Interkom kom ind
Danish Band of the Year Nephew
Danish Female Artist of the Year Kira Skov (Kira & The Kindred Spirits)
Danish Male Artist of the Year Teitur
Danish Newcomer of the Year VETO
Danish Hit of the Year Nephew - "Igen & Igen &"
Danish Rock Album of the Year Nephew - Interkom kom ind
Danish Pop Album of the Year Peter Sommer - Destruktive Vokaler
Danish Electronica Album of the Year Trentemøller - The Last Resort
Danish Hip-Hop Album of the Year Johnson - Det passer
Danish Children's Album of the Year Various Artists - Der var engang en dreng
Danish Songwriter Album of the Year Mikael Simpson
Danish Producer of the Year Trentemøller - The Last Resort
Danish Music Video of the Year Peder Pedersen for VETO - "We Are Not Your Friends"
Foreign Album of the Year Justin Timberlake - FutureSex/LoveSounds
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere
IFPI's Prize of Honor Røde Mor
Performances

Danish Music Awards 2008[edit]

The 2008 Danish Music Awards were held on 23 February 2008 in Glassalen, Tivoli, Copenhagen and was hosted by Jan Gintberg.

The Winners
Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Natasja - I Danmark er jeg født
Danish Band of the Year Dúné - We Are In Here You Are Out Here
Danish Female Artist of the Year Natasja - I Danmark er jeg født
Danish Male Artist of the Year Thomas Troelsen (Private)
Danish Newcomer of the Year Dúné
Danish Hit of the Year Alphabeat - "10.000 Nights of Thunder"
Danish Rock Album of the Year Dúné - We Are In Here You Are Out Here
Danish Pop Album of the Year Alphabeat - Alphabeat
Danish Electronice Album of the Year Efterklang - Parades
Danish Hip-Hop Album of the Year Suspekt - Prima Nocte
Danish Hard Rock Album of the Year Hatesphere - Serpent Smiles and Killer Eyes
Danish Urban Album of the Year Natasja - I Danmark er jeg født
Danish Voxpop Album of the Year Anne Linnet - Akvarium
Danish Children's Album of the Year Diverse kunstnere - Cykelmyggen & Dansemyggen
Danish Songwriter Album of the Year Natasja
Danish Producer of the Year Thomas Troelsen for Private - My Secret Lover
Danish Music Video of the Year Ohhmarymary for JaConfetti - "Step Up"
Danish Artwork of the Year Hvass, Hannibal & Ufex for Efterklang - Parades
Foreign Album of the Year Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
Foreign Newcomer of the Year Mika - Life in Cartoon Motion
Foreign Hit of the Year Timbaland vs. Nephew featuring Keri Hilson & D.O.E - "The Way I Are"
IFPI's Prize of Honor Anne Linnet
Performances
  • Kiss Kiss Kiss – "Hector"
  • Aura – "Are You for Sale", "Something from Nothing" og "Song for Sophie"
  • Dúné – "80 Years" og "Bloodlines"
  • Anne Linnet – "Glor på vinduer" (featuring Szhirley) og "Jeg ka' ik' sige nej til dig"
  • Tina Dickow – "Cruel to the Sensitive Kind" og "On the Run"
  • Volbeat – "Pool of Booze", "The Garden's Tale" (featuring Johan Olsen) og "Sad Man's Tongue"

Danish Music Awards 2009[edit]

The Winners
Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year L.O.C. - Melankolia/XxxCouture
Danish Band of the Year VETO
Danish Female Artist of the Year Aura Dione
Danish Male Artist of the Year Peter Sommer
Danish Newcomer of the Year Choir of Young Believers
Danish Hit of the Year Lizzie - "Ramt i natten"
Danish Rock Album of the Year Peter Sommer - Til rotterne, til kragerne, til hundene
Danish Pop Album of the Year Aura - Columbine
Danish Electronice Album of the Year Mike Sheridan - I Syv Sind
Danish Hip-Hop Album of the Year L.O.C. - Melankolia/XxxCouture
Danish Hard Rock Album of the Year A Kid Hereafter in the Grinding Light - A Kid Hereafter in the Grinding Light
Danish Singer/Songwriter Album of the Year Teitur - The Singer
Danish Voxpop Album of the Year Anne Linnet - Anne Linnet
Danish Children's Album of the Year Kaya Brüel - Med Dannebrog på næsen
Danish Songwriter of the Year Peter Sommer
Danish Producer of the Year Rune Rask & Jonas Vestergaard for L.O.C. - Melankolia/XxxCouture
Danish Music Video of the Year Thomas J. Mikkelsen & Dennis Holck Petersen for UFO Yepha - "Næh Næh"
Danish Artwork of the Year Martin Furze for Natasja - Shooting Star
Foreign Album of the Year Kings of Leon - Only by the Night
Foreign Newcomer of the Year MGMT - Oracular Spectacular
Foreign Hit of the Year Duffy - "Mercy"
IFPI's Prize of Honor Love Shop
Performances

Performance by these artists:

  • Sys Bjerre – "Sandpapir" and "Pik"
  • Peter Sommer – "Til rotterne, til kragerne, til hundene" and "Chancetur"
  • Mike Sheridan – "Krisehjælp" (featuring Nicolaj Rasted), "Too Close" (featuring Mads Langer) and "Fact-Fiction" (featuring Mads Langer).
  • VETO – "Blackout" and "You Say Yes, I Say Yes"
  • Balstyrko – "Intet stopper helt" and "Jagten paa noget"
  • Love Shop – "Alle har en drøm at befri", "Love Goes On Forever" and "Kræmmersjæl"

Prizes were given in 22 categories[2] of these are eight different musical genre from children's albums to electronica. 52 different artists or bands had 89 nominations at the Danish Music Awards 2009. More than 46% of the nominees are women or had women as their main artist. One fourth of the nominees were newcomers.

Danish Music Awards 2010[edit]

Danish Music Awards 2010 was held at the Bremen Theatre in Copenhagen, Denmark on Sunday 14 November 2010. The host was songwriter and producer Søren Rasted. The show was not shown live on Danish TV. This was the first that the IFPI, World Music Denmark, Jazz Danmark and Folkemusikkens Fælles Sekretariat joined forces and made one joint music award event.[3]

The awards were given to 20 different music categories.[4] The prize Steppeulven for Hope of the Year was given by the Foreningen af Danske Musikkritikere (Association of Danish Music Critics).

The Winners
Category Winner
Dansish Album of the Year Medina - Velkommen til Medina
Danske Band of the Year Alphabeat
Danish Female Artist of the Year Medina
Danish Male Artist of the Year Rasmus Seebach
Danish Newcomer of the Year Medina
Danish Hit of the Year Medina - "Vi to"
Danish Songwriter of the Year Medina and Providers for Medina - Velkommen til Medina
Danish Producer of the Year Providers for Medina - Velkommen til Medina
Foreign Album of the Year Robyn - Body Talk Pt. 1
Foreign Hit of the Year Stromae - "Alors On Danse"
Danish Jazz-album of the Year Jakob Bro - Balledeering
Danish Vocaljazz Album of the Year Sinne Eeg - Don’t Be So Blue
New Danish Jazz-name of the Year August Rosenbaum
Danish Crossover Jazz-album of the Year Girls in Airports - Girls In Airports
Danish Folk Album of the Year Falgren Busk Duo - Duet
New Danish Folk Name of the Year Falgren Busk Duo
Danish Folk Musician/Vocalist of the Year Nikolaj Busk
Danish Folk Composer of the Year Bjarke Falgren for Falgren Busk Duo - Duet
Danish World Album of the Year Afenginn - Bastard Etno
Danish World Track of the Year Fatma Zidan - "Ana Kol"
Initiative of the Year Rap Akademiet
Steppeulven for Hope of the Year Marie Fisker
IFPI's Prize of Honor Cæcilie Norby

Danish Music Awards 2011[edit]

The Winners
Category Winner[5]
Danish Album of the year Agnes Obel - Philharmonics
Danish Songwriter of the year Agnes Obel
Danish Band of the year The William Blakes
Danish Female Artist of the year Agnes Obel
Danish Male Artist of the year Søren Huss
Danish Hit of the year Fallulah - "Out of It" from The Black Cat Neighbourhood (album)
Danish Newcomer of the Year Agnes Obel
Danish Live Name of the year Turboweekend
Danish Producer of the year Fridolin and Fallulah for Fallulah - "Out of It"
Internationale Album of the year Adele - 21
Internationale Hit of the year Rihanna - "Only Girl (In the World)"
Danish Rock-album of the year The William Blakes - The Way of the Warrior
Danish Pop-album of the year Agnes Obel - Philharmonics
Danish Urban-album of the year L.O.C. - Libertiner from the Libertiner (album)
Danish Voxpop-album of the year Alberte Winding - Fjerde til venstre
Danish Club-album of the year Kato - Discolized 2.0
Danish Music Video of the year L.O.C. - "Ung for evigt" from the Libertiner (album)
Audience Prize of the year Nik & Jay
Danish Music Awards Prize of Honor Nik & Jay

Danish Music Awards 2012[edit]

The Winners
Category Winner
Danish Album of the Year Malk de KoijnToback to the Fromtime
New Danish Name of the Year Lukas Graham
Danish Band of the Year When Saints Go Machine
Danish Songwriter of the Year Rasmus Seebach, Nicolai Seebach and Ankerstjerne for Mer' end kærlighed
Danish Female Artist of the Year Aura Dione
Danish Male Artist of the Year Rasmus Seebach
Danish Hit of the Year Aura Dione – "Geronimo"
Danish Live Name of the Year Malk de Koijn
Audience Prize of the Year Rasmus Seebach
New Artist (New Ideas/New Thinker) of the Year Christopher
Danish Rock-album of the Year Spleen UnitedSchool of Euphoria
Danish Pop-album of the Year Rasmus SeebachMer' end kærlighed
Danish Urban-album of the Year Malk de KoijnToback to the Fromtime
Danish Voxpop-album of the Year SebastianØjeblikkets mester
Danish Club-album of the Year Shaka Loveless – "Tomgang"
Danish Producer of the Year When Saints Go Machine for Konkylie
Danish Music Video of the Year Shaka Loveless – "Tomgang" (Instructor: Amdi Niss-Espinoza)
Internationale Album of the Year Lana Del ReyBorn to Die
Internationale Hit of the Year Gotye – "Somebody That I Used to Know"
Danish Music Awards Prize of Honor Thomas Helmig
Nominations
Performances

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://dma.tv2.dk/
  2. ^ Siegel.dk
  3. ^ Lindholm, Lasse (6 September 2010). "Danish Music Awards 2010 – én samlet prisfest". IFPI. Retrieved 19 November 2010. 
  4. ^ Lindholm, Lasse (15 November 2010). "Medina gjorde rent bord til Danish Music Awards". IFPI. Retrieved 19 November 2010. 
  5. ^ Agnes' aften til Danish Music Awards (in Danish)
  6. ^ BT.dk (in Danish)