dominate at 2004 music awards
Scribe, Brooke, Hayley – the headlining acts of a new
generation of local talent – and Dimmer reign supreme
at the 2004 Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards
Westenra won two Tuis.
Scribe at the NZ Music Awards where he dominated the
winners’ list taking out seven Tuis.
Images courtesy of nzmusicawards.co.nz
sensation Scribe dominates the winners’ list collecting
seven awards while emerging talent Brooke Fraser and
singing sensation Hayley Westenra both take out two
the creation of former Straightjacket Fits front man
Shayne Carter, also picks up two top awards.
Scribe’s tour-de-force debut album The Crusader, the
hip-hop superstar wins Playstation? 2 Album of the Year,
L&P Best Urban / Hip Hop Album and Best Male Solo
Artist. His debut single, Stand Up, is awarded Single
of the Year while Not Many – The Remix! – co-written
with P-Money, Con Psy and Savage – wins its authors
the award for Songwriter of the Year.
also wins the Vodafone People’s Choice Award – voted
on by New Zealanders around the country.
Graham’s video for Stand Up earns both him and Scribe
Tuis in the C4 Best Music Video Award.
pop artist and awards rookie Brooke Fraser takes out
the Export Gold Breakthrough Artist of the Year title
together with Best Female Solo Artist following her
triple platinum debut album What To Do With Daylight.
Westenra’s outstanding success in the UK, Asia, and
Australasia is recognised with an International Achievement
Award. Hayley’s album Pure wins Highest Selling NZ Album
having sold more than 1.5 million copies world-wide.
(Read more at Scoop)