Boslen, Jazz Cartier, and Nav are among those recognized in the Rap Album/EP OTY category.
Share this page Boslen, Jazz Cartier, and Nav are among those recognized in the Rap Album/EP OTY category. January has finally come to an end, which means awards season is around the corner and Hollywood stars are about to be busier than ever. Both the 2023 Oscar and Razzie nominations were recently announced, revealing some of the best (and worst) of the film industry. Earlier today (January 31), Canadas music award show, the Junos, unveiled their roster of nods for the upcoming season. As CBC notes, The Weeknd took the top spot, namely for his work on Dawn FM in early 2022. Hes been recognized in six categories, matching his previous record from both 2016 and 2021. Awards the Toronto native might take home include TikTok Juno Fan Choice and Single of the Year for Sacrifice. Others ranking high in terms of total Juno nominations include Avril Lavigne and pop star Tate McRae. Both singers boast a total of five, and following them is Shawn Mendes, the Reklaws, Banx & Ranx, and Preston Pablo with three each. Boslen, Jazz Cartier, and Nav are among those recognized in the Rap Album/EP OTY category, and a healthy roster of international artists like Chle, Wild Rivers Songwriter of the year Abel Tesfaye: Less Than Zero (co-songwriters Tomoko Yamaguch, Hamada Tetsuro, Daniel Lopatin, the Weeknd); Out of Time (co-songwriters Max Martin, Fragogian Josefsson, Axel Hedfors, Oscar Holter, Sebastian Ingrosso, Carl Nordstrom, Kevin Duane McCord); Sacrifice (co-songwriters Max Martin, Fragogian Josefsson, Axel Hedfors, Oscar Holter, Sebastian Ingrosso, Carl Nordstrom, Kevin Duane McCord). Faouzia: Anybody Else (co-songwriters Andre Davidson, Michelle Buzz, Sean Davidson); Puppet (co-songwriters Andre Davidson, Johnny Goldstein, Sean Davidson); RIP, Love (co-songwriters Fran Hall, Jakke Erixson). Tate McRae: Chaotic (co-songwriter Victoria Zaro); Feel Like Shit (co-songwriters Victoria Zaro, Jacob Hindlin, Russell J Chell); Shes all I Wanna Be (co-songwriter Greogry Kurstin). Tenille Townes: The Last Time (co-songwriters Gordon Sampson, Benjamin Goldsmith); When you Need It (co-songwriter Stephen Wrabel); Whens it Gonna Happen (co-songwriters Stephenie Jones, Stephen Wrabel). Tobi: Before we Panic (co-songwriters Alex Goose, Eric Hagstrom, John Stephen Sudduth, Kevin Martin, Tony Martin, Stephenie Jones, Stephen Wrabel); Flowers (co-songwriters Alex Goose, Daniele Luppi, Homer Steinweiss, Nick Movshon, Nicole Wray, Leon Michels, Paul Spring); Move (co-songwriters Alex Goose, Jessica Lee Hansell, Jon Bap, Robin Hannibal, Tavon Thompson, Tyler Demorest) Country album of the year Way Back, High Valley