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dan::G
post Jan 7 2019, 03:58 PM
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The Buzzjack 2018 Dance Music Awards

12 of you voted. Join me and Lewis at 8pm here tonight where the results get revealed.

Here's a reminder of the nominees. Any predictions?

Breakthrough act of the year
CamelPhat
Dynoro
Loud Luxury
M-22
NOTD

Male vocal performance of the year
Andrew Taggart of The Chainsmokers (Sick Boy)
brando (Body)
Calvin Harris (I Found You)
Dan Smith of Bastille (Happier)
Sam Smith (Promises)
Sandro Cavazza (Happy Now)

Female vocal performance of the year
Au/Ra (Panic Room)
Becky Hill (Back & Forth)
Dua Lipa (One Kiss)
Ina Wroldsen (Breathe)
Paloma Faith (Lullaby)

Producer of the year
Calvin Harris
Jax Jones
Marshmello
Martin Garrix
Sigala

Group of the year
CamelPhat
The Chainsmokers
Clean Bandit
Disclosure
Loud Luxury
M-22
Silk City

Album of the year
Alan Walker - Different World
The Chainsmokers - Sick Boy
Clean Bandit - What Is Love
David Guetta - 7
Jonas Blue - Blue
Sigala - Brighter Days

Worst song of the year
David Guetta feat. Anne-Marie - Don't Leave Me Alone
James Hype feat. Craig David - No Drama
Jax Jones feat. Mabel & Rich The Kid - Ring Ring
Marshmello & Anne-Marie - Friends
Martin Jensen feat. Olivia Holt - 16 Steps
Vladimir Cauchemar & 6ix9ine - Aulos Reloaded

Best song of the year
Au/Ra & CamelPhat - Panic Room
Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa - One Kiss
Clean Bandit feat. Marina & Luis Fonsi - Baby
Jax Jones feat. Ina Wroldsen - Breathe
Marshmello & Bastille - Happier

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post Jan 7 2019, 04:45 PM
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I have a feeling he'll miss out but really hoping Alan Walker wins album of the year!
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:03 PM
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Let's get this going then!

Breakthrough act of the year

Firstly we present the award for breakthrough act of the year, which goes to... CAMELPHAT! Previous winners include Disclosure and Clean Bandit both of whom have been very successful for many years so let's hope CamelPhat follow in their footsteps. They win by a substantial amount as well of two points to one, beating Loud Luxury and M-22 whose big breakthrough hits helped them to finish in joint second. CamelPhat actually formed in 2008 but it was not until 2017 when 'Cola' became the biggest club hit of the year and a UK top 20 hit when they truly broke through. They also had a second hit in 2018 with 'Panic Room' making the UK top 30, and most recently released the brilliant 'Breathe' which has so far peaked at #100 and is set to re-peak this week.




CamelPhat pose in front of their DMA (which definitely bares no resemblance to the Grammy)

The full results:

28 CamelPhat
14 Loud Luxury
14 M-22
6 Dynoro
3 NOTD
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:04 PM
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Deserved winners there
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:09 PM
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Male Vocal Performance Of The Year
Taking the crown for Best Male Vocal Performance and just pipping Sam Smith on Promises to the post with more of you choosing it as your first preference is Dan Smith from Bastille taking on singing duties on a Marshmello smash. Peaking at #2 here in the UK and #3 in the US, this track found its way into the hearts and ears of many over the summer becoming one of the biggest tracks of 2018. Dan’s vocals here are definitely on point with a catchy hook so an understandable winner here. P.S. you’re not human if that video doesn’t tug at your heartstrings at all x



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19 Dan Smith of Bastille (Happier) {winner by more 1st preferences}
19 Sam Smith (Promises)
11 brando (Body)
11 Sandro Cavazza (Happy Now)
5 Andrew Taggart of The Chainsmokers (Sick Boy)
1 Calvin Harris (I Found You)
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:13 PM
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I'd have chosen Sam Smith out of the two but Dan Smith is great too, the song wouldn't be quite as good without him or a similarly good vocalist (or anyone who isn't Anne Marie).

Poor Calvin only getting one point!
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:15 PM
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Calvin getting one point lmao :/

CamelPhat defo the deserved winnner there wub.gif

(acc forgot to vote in this tbh whoops)
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:16 PM
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Yes Dan! Love his vocals on Happier and glad that won!
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:18 PM
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Yep, Happier is fantastic!
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:19 PM
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Female vocal performance of the year

And the award for female vocal performance of the year goes to... BECKY HILL for 'Back & Forth'! This is actually the second time she won this award, following her 2014 victory for 'Gecko (Overdrive)'. In 2013 it was won by Lana Del Rey. 'Back & Forth' became a UK #12 hit, giving Becky her first top 40 hit in 2 years, and it was also her second collaboration with MK. They clearly make for a great pairing as both of their songs together made #1 in my personal chart (and probably in Lewis's too), and her vocal is outstanding on this as ever - and as this is based purely on vocal performance and not the whole song as a package (I prefer a few of the other songs in this category), this is a very well deserved winner. Three points behind is Dua Lipa for 'One Kiss' and Au/Ra completes the top 3 with 'Panic Room'.




Becky Hill takes home her DMA

The full results:

19 Becky Hill (Back & Forth)
16 Dua Lipa (One Kiss)
13 Au/Ra (Panic Room)
10 Ina Wroldsen (Breathe)
7 Paloma Faith (Lullaby)
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:21 PM
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Yep this was riding high on my personal playlist for several weeks, what a tuuuuuune.
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Producer of the Year
Calvin Harris comes out as top producer again after previously winning in 2014. He has had an incredible year with 2 #1 singles under his belt as well as producing for Normani and remixes for SZA and Halsey. His ability to switch between proper dance bangers and urban tinged electronic music is impressive and his releases certainly bring the Dance Forum alive with activity. Bet you didn’t know he’s also the mastermind behind Donae’o’s current A Lister on Radio 1 ‘Chalice’ too!



The full results:

23 Calvin Harris
15 Marshmello
12 Jax Jones
10 Sigala
8 Martin Garrix
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:33 PM
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Not Garrix coming below Sigala! sad.gif
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:36 PM
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Group of the year

And the award for group of the year goes to... CLEAN BANDIT! They also won this award back in 2014 when they released their first album, so it's no surprise that off the back of their 2nd album they win it again - but will they win Album of the Year too? This year they released 'Solo' which was a big UK #1 single, their 4th #1 in all, and followed it up with the sleeper hit 'Baby' which eventually scored them their 11th top 20 hit following the ending of the Christmas rush. The album also peaked in the top 20 and has so far had decent longevity in the chart. They finish 7 points ahead of Breakthrough winners CamelPhat, whilst Diplo & Mark Ronson's collaboration project Silk City finish in joint third with 2013 winners Disclosure. Meanwhile, Loud Luxury only received one point.




Clean Bandit receive their DMA

The full results:

23 Clean Bandit
15 CamelPhat
9 Disclosure
9 Silk City
7 The Chainsmokers
5 M-22
1 Loud Luxury
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:40 PM
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Disclosure not winning is a sham, they had about five killer tracks this year!
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:44 PM
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Should have won for Ultimatum alone

(yay for CamelPhat and Dan Smith's wins so far ~ soz for not voting, I might have done had I remembered these existed x)
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:45 PM
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Ring Ring better not win worst song of the year!

I love Bastille but I'd have definitely picked Sam Smith for that category, he's perfect on dance songs.
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:47 PM
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Album of the Year
Double CB alert *.*
It got mixed reviews on here and critically, but the symphonic trio Clean Bandit’s second album What Is Love? wins your votes by 1 point over Sigala as the favourite dance album. Featuring a collection of no more than 6(!) singles and various features, the album moves slightly away from their classical sound bringing in more tropical/latin vibes. After debuting at #19 in December, the album has benefitted from the New Year sales/gift card effect and has reached a new peak of #15 this week.




The full results:

16 Clean Bandit - What Is Love
15 Sigala - Brighter Days
11 Alan Walker - Different World
7 David Guetta - 7
6 The Chainsmokers - Sick Boy
6 Jonas Blue - Blue
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post Jan 7 2019, 08:51 PM
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What a relief that Sigala didn't win! Gutted it got more points than Alan Walker tho, but satisfied with third.
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post Jan 7 2019, 09:00 PM
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Worst song of the year

And the award for worst song of the year goes to... VLADIMIR CAUCHEMAR & 6IX9INE with 'Aulos Reloaded'! Fresh off his Hate Chart 'victory', 6ix9ine 'wins' another 'worst of' contest as this song won by six points. We all know why this has won and of course it has very little to do with Vladimir's input, though the original 6ix9ine-less version isn't very good either. Finishing in 2nd is Martin Jensen's disappointing '16 Steps' and David Guetta is in 3rd with 'Don't Leave Me Alone', which is deemed the worst UK hit dance single of the year.




6ix9ine couldn't make it to tonight's show but Vladimir is here to pick up this "award"

The full results:

17 Vladimir Cauchemar & 6ix9ine - Aulos Reloaded
11 Martin Jensen feat. Olivia Holt - 16 Steps
8 David Guetta feat. Anne-Marie - Don't Leave Me Alone
7 Jax Jones feat. Mabel & Rich The Kid - Ring Ring
6 James Hype feat. Craig David - No Drama
6 Marshmello & Anne-Marie - Friends
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