The 50th Annual JUNO Awards honouring the best and brightest in Canadian music have announced the 244 nominees.

The 2021 JUNO Awards will be broadcast nationwide Sunday, June 6, at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBC Music, CBC-TV, CBC Gem and CBC Radio One, and globally on CBCMusic.ca/junos. While Toronto is the official JUNO host for the awards’ 50th anniversary, the broadcast will be presented to an at-home only audience, with filming taking place at several locations across the country.

View the list of B.C. artists, producers, companies and albums nominated, ten of which have been supported through the Province’s Amplify BC fund.

BREAKTHROUGH GROUP OF THE YEAR


Peach Pit

Peach Pit Announce New Album, Share "Black Licorice": Stream | Consequence of Sound

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development and Showcase BC Programs


MANILA GREY

MANILA GREY Talks Music and Filipino-Canadian Identity | HYPEBEAST

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development and Showcase BC Programs



Young Bombs

BREAKTHROUGH ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Powfu

COUNTRY ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Dallas Smith, Timeless

VOCAL JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Diana Krall, This Dream of You

Laila Biali, Out of Dust

JAZZ ALBUM OF THE YEAR: GROUP

Brandi Disterheft Trio with George Coleman, Surfboard

INSTRUMENTAL ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Gordon Grdina, Prior Street

Gordon Grdina last Solo concert from Prior St. in Victoria at

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development and Music Company Development Programs


Blitz//Berlin
, Movements III

David Foster, Eleven Words

CHILDREN’S ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Ginalina, Small but Mighty

Small But Mighty - Full Length Album by Ginalina Music — Kickstarter

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development and Showcase BC Programs

CLASSICAL COMPOSITION OF THE YEAR

Anna Höstman and Cheryl Duvall, Harbour

Alexina Louie, Take the dog Sled

RAP RECORDING OF THE YEAR

bbno$ & Yung Gravy, Baby Gravy 2

Yung Gravy on Twitter: "Off the GOOP feat Cuco out now. & Baby Gravy 2 out on Valentines Day 😈😈😈 link in my bio… "

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development and Showcase BC Programs


Eric Reprid
, Cold World

REGGAE RECORDING OF THE YEAR

Blessed, Black Man

 

DANCE RECORDING OF THE YEAR

Felix Cartal, Sophie Simmons, MINE

5 things: Sophie Simmons and Felix Cartal drop Mine | Vancouver Sun

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development and Showcase BC Programs


So Sus
, Voices

TRADITIONAL ROOTS ALBUM OF THE YEAR


Pharis & Jason Romero, Bet On Love

Pharis & Jason Romero - Bet On Love — Killbeat Music

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development and Showcase BC Programs

Nick Hornbuckle, 13 or So

WORLD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Mazacote, Patria

Canadian World/Latin Party Band MAZACOTE Switch Gears, Sing of Resistance & Perseverance in NEW Single — “Pueblo” | BKonthescene

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development Program

ELECTRONIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Bob Moses, Desire


METAL/HARD MUSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Unleash the Archers, Abyss


ADULT CONTEMPORARY ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Craig Strickland, Starlit Afternoon


MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR

Emma Higgins, “No One’s in the Room” (Jessie Reyez)


COMEDY ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Shirley Gnome, Decoxification

Supported by Amplify BC’s Showcase BC Program

Jacob Samuel, Horse Power


TRADITIONAL R&B/SOUL RECORDING OF THE YEAR


IAMTHELIVING,
In This Thing Called Life

IAMTHELIVING | Creative BC

Supported by Amplify BC’s Career Development Program


The 50th Annual JUNO Awards take place Sunday, May 16th, 2021. For the full list of nominees, visit the official JUNO website