2020 JUNO Awards: See the list of nominees

By Zach Harper

2020 JUNO Awards: See the list of nominees

Alessia Cara, Shawn Mendes, Justin Bieber, Michael Bublé and Bryan Adams are among those up for JUNO Awards this year.

The nominees for the 2020 instalment of the annual event recognizing the best in Canadian music were announced at a press conference on Jan. 28. Many of the awards will be handed out in Saskatoon in a televised ceremony on March 15.

Jann Arden will also be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the event.

With no further ado, you can check out JUNO nominees that are relevant to HELLO! Canada readers below. A full list of nominations can be found on the JUNO Awards website.

Juno Fan Choice Award:
Justin Bieber
Alessia Cara
Ali Gatie
Tory Lanez
Avril Lavigne
Loud Luxury
Shawn Mendes
The Weeknd

Single of the Year:
bülow, "Sweet Little Lies"
Alessia Cara, "Out of Love"
Scott Helman, "Hang Ups"
Lennon Stella, "La Di Da"
Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello, "Señorita"

International Album of the Year:
Billie Eilish, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Ariana Grande, Thank U, Next
Khalid, Free Spirit
Post Malone, Hollywood's Bleeding
Ed Sheeran, No. 6 Collaborations Project

Album of the Year
Bryan Adams, Shine a Light
Michael Bublé, love
Alessia Cara, The Pains of Growing
NAV, Bad Habits
Alexandra Stréliski, INSCAPE

Artist of the Year
Bryan Adams
Alessia Cara
Tory Lanez
Shawn Mendes
Jessie Reyez

Group of the Year
Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine
Loud Luxury
The Reklaws
Walk Off the Earth

Breakthrough Artist of the Year
Ali Gatie
Lennon Stella
Alexandra Stréliski
Tenille Townes

Breakthrough Group of the Year
The Blue Stones
Hunter Brothers
Neon Dreams
Palaye Royale

Songwriter of the Year
Tim Baker
Alessia Cara
Tenille Townes
Patrick Watson

Adult Alternative Album of the Year
City and Colour, A Pill for Loneliness
Leonard Cohen, Thanks for the Dance
Half Moon Run, A Blemish in the Great Light
iskwē, acākosīk
Patrick Watson, Wave

Alternative Album of the Year
Black Mountain, Destroyer
Mac DeMarco, Here Comes the Cowboy
Foxwarren, Foxwarren
Peck, Pony Orville
PUP, Morbid Stuff

Pop Album of the Year
bülow, Crystalline
Alessia Cara, The Pains of Growing
Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, 8:47
Avril Lavigne, Head Above Water
Walk Off the Earth, HERE WE GO!

Rock Album of the Year
Big Wreck, ... but for the sun
The Dirty Nil, Master Volume
The Glorious Sons, A War on Everything
Sum 41, Order in Decline

Rap Recording of the Year
8 KILLY, "Light Path"
88 Glam, "88GLAM2"
Classified, "Tomorrow Could Be the Day Things Change"
Tory Lanez, "Freaky"
NAV, "Bad Habits"

Dance Recording of the Year
Felix Cartal & Lights, "Love Me"
Loud Luxury and Bryce Vine, "I'm Not Alright"
RALPH, "Gravity"
Sultan + Shepard x Showtek, "We Found Love"
Frank Walker x Astrid S, "Only When it Rains"

R&B/Soul Recording of the Year:
Amaal, "Black Dove"
Daniel Caesar, "CASE STUDY 01"
Tanika Charles, "The Gumption"
Jessie Reyez, Tory Lanez & Tainy, "Feel it Too"
Tory Lanez, "Chixtape 5"

Music Video of the Year
Corridor, "Topographe"
iskwē, "Little Star"
Laurence Nerbonne, "Back Off"
Said the Whale, "Record Shop"
Sarahmée, "Bun Dem"

Electronic Album of the Year
Electric Youth, Memory Emotion
Jacques Greene, Dawn Chorus
Keys N Krates, A Beat Tape for Your Friends
Bob Moses, Battle Lines
REZZ, Beyond the Senses

Adult Contemporary Album of the Year
Bryan Adams, Shine a Light
Marc Jordan, Both Sides
Renée Lamoureux, Empower
Nuela Charles, Melt
Lauren Spencer-Smith, Unplugged Vol. 1

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