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Charlotte Cardin, The Weeknd, Charlotte Day Wilson, more nominated for 2022 Juno Awards

The list of nominees for the 2022 Juno Awards is here.

The Juno Awards will be back on May 15th in Toronto, Ontario, celebrating the best Canadian music of the year. Charlotte Cardin leads the list of 2022 Juno nominees with six nominations. The Weekend and Justin Bieber come in at a close second with five nominations each.

Ahead of the 2022 Juno Awards, Juno Week will take place from May 9th to 15th. On the 15th, the awards show will be hosted by Simu Liu with performances from Cardin, Arkells, Avril Lavigne, and Mustafa.

Check out the full list of 2022 Juno Award nominees below.


TikTok Juno Fan Choice

Charlotte Cardin
Forest Blakk
Justin Bieber
Loud Luxury
Shawn Mendes
The Weeknd

Artist of the Year

Charlotte Cardin
JP Saxe
Justin Bieber
Shawn Mendes
The Weeknd

Album of the Year

Phoenix – Charlotte Cardin
Dangerous Levels of Introspection – JP Saxe
Justice – Justin Bieber
Wonder – Shawn Mendes
Too Young To Be Sad – Tate McRae

Single of the Year

“Make a Life, Not a Living” – Brett Kissel
“Meaningless” – Charlotte Cardin
“I’m Not Pretty” – Jessia
“Peaches” – Justin Bieber ft. Daniel Caesar & Giveon
“Take My Breath” – The Weeknd

Group of the Year

Loud Luxury
Mother Mother
The Reklaws

Breakthrough Artist of the Year


Breakthrough Group of the Year

Black Pistol Fire
Ocie Elliott

Songwriter of the Year

The Weeknd
Allison Russell
Charlotte Day Wilson
Mustafa Ahmed

Contemporary Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year

When The Magic Hits – Adrian Sutherland
War Club – DJ Shub
Wild Whisper – Jayli Wolf
Shawnee Kish – Shawnee Kish
Life After – Snotty Nose Rez Kids

Traditional Indigenous Artist or Group of the Year

Kakike – Fawn Wood
Singing is Healing – Joel Wood
Manitou Mkwa Singers II – Manitou Mkwa Singers
Nang Giizhigoong – Nimkii & the Niniis
Angel Eagle — Cree Round Dance Songs, Young Spirit

Alternative Album of the Year

Hope For Sale – Chiiild
Death of an Optimist – Grandson
>When Smoke Rises – Mustafa
If It Comes Down To It – Ruby Waters
The Fool – Sate

Pop Album of the Year

Phoenix – Charlotte Cardin
How Are You? – Jessia
Justice – Justin Bieber
Wonder – Shawn Mendez
Too Young To Be Sad – Tate McRae

Country Album of the Year

What Is Life? – Brett Kissel
Boys – Dean Brody
Girl to Girl – Tenille Arts
Sophomore Slump – The Reklaws
Campfire Troubadour – Tim Hicks

Rock Album of the Year

Blink Once – Arkells
Look Alive – Black Pistol Fire
Sisters Not Twins (The Professional Lovers Album) – The Beaches
Hidden Gems – The Blue Stones
F–k Art – The Dirty Nil

Rap Album/EP of the Year

See You Next Wednesday – Belly
Stock Exchange – Haviah Mighty
Emergency Tsunami – Nav
The Extravagant Collection – NorthSideBenji
Gardner Express (Deluxe) – Pressa

Rap Single of the Year

“What I Like” – Anders ft. Frvrfriday
“Edamame” – Bbno$ ft. Rich Brian
“Bold” – Charmaine Warner
“30,000 ft” – NorthSideBenji & DJ Charlie B
“Attachments” – Pressa ft. Taliban Glizzy

Album francophone de l’année

Impossible à aimer – Cœur de pirate
Grignotines de Luxe – Fouki
Le ciel est au plancher – Louis-Jean Cormier
Acrophobie – Roxane Bruneau
Toute beauté n’est pas perdue – Vincent Vallières

Contemporary Roots Album of the Year

Outside Child – Allison Russell
Without People – Donovan Woods
My Name Is Suzie Ungerleider – Suzie Ungerleider
Open House – The Fretless

Traditional Roots Album of the Year

Back to the Harbour – Alan Doyle
New Time & Old Acoustic – John Reischman
Joyful Banner Blazing – Maria Dunn
Chinook Waltz – Over The Moon
Trench Songs – The Fugitives

Blues Album of the Year

Open Road – Colin James
Blow – Colin Linden
Live at the Isabel – Miss Emily
Hope Dies Last – Steve Marriner
Pinky’s Blues – Sue Foley

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