2003 World Music Awards

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The 2003 World Music Awards (15th annual World Music Awards) were held on 12 October 2003 in Monaco. Awards are given based on worldwide sales figures for that year. Big winners of the night was 50 Cent, who took home four awards and t.A.T.u. with three awards winning.

Winners[edit]

Chopard Diamond Award[edit]

The Chopard Diamond award (or simply the Diamond award) is given by the World Music Awards to artists who have sold over 100 million albums during their career. This award is occasionally confused with the previously created RIAA certification of "Diamond," which represents the sale of over ten million copies of an album in the U.S., and was created in 1999, whereas the Chopard Diamond award was created in 2001.

Act of 2003[edit]

  • World's Best Selling Artist of the year: 50 Cent

Pop[edit]

Pop/Rock[edit]

  • World's Best Selling Pop/Rock Artist: Eminem

Rock[edit]

Dance[edit]

Adult[edit]

  • World's Best Selling Adult Contemporary Artist: Norah Jones

R&B[edit]

  • World's Best Selling R&B Artist: 50 Cent

Rap/Hip-Hop[edit]

  • World's Best Selling Rap/Hip-Hop Artist: 50 Cent

Latin[edit]

  • World's Best Selling Latin female artist: Shakira
  • World's Best Selling Latin male artist: David Bisbal

Duo[edit]

New[edit]

  • World's Best Selling New Artist: 50 Cent

National Awards[edit]

External links[edit]