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2024 Juno Awards Nominations: Charlotte Cardin Leads With 6 Nods IG News


Charlotte Cardin is this year’s leading six-time Juno Award nominee.

The Montreal pop singer-songwriter emerged as the biggest contender at the Juno nominations announcement on Tuesday, as her “99 Nights” took home album of the year and pop album honors.

Cardin was also recognized in the Female Artist of the Year and Fan Choice categories, while her Canadian Top 10 hit Confetti was among the nominees for Single of the Year.

She shared her sixth nomination with co-writers Jason Brand and Lubalin for Songwriter of the Year.

Cardin took home a team-leading four wins at the 2022 awards.

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Other top contenders this year include Toronto R&B singer Daniel Caesar and Ottawa-born Nicholas Durocher, who goes by the name Talk. They are tied with five nominations, including more in key categories including single and album.

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Among the three-time nominees are folk singer-songwriter Allison Russell, who won her first Grammy on Sunday, and Tate McRae, whose pop hit “Greedy” made her one of Canada’s newest generation of breakout stars.

Click to play video: 'Charlotte Cardin lends her voice to music therapy program at Montreal Children's Hospital'

Charlotte Cardin lends her voice to a music therapy program at the Montreal Children’s Hospital

Junos broadcast live on CBC from Halifax on March 24th. Nelly Furtado will be doing double duty as host and performer.

She will be joined at the Scotiabank Center Arena by a host of newly announced artists, including country star Josh Rosh, Punjabi singer Karan Aujla and Talk.

The Junos have already announced that hip-hop pioneer Maestro Fresh Wes will be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame this year, making him the first rapper to receive the career achievement honor.

Calgary sisters and pop duo Tegan and Sara will receive the Actor Elliot Page Humanitarian Award for their work as advocates for the LGBTQ+ community.

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