2020 New Music Awards Winners Announced

New Music Weekly has announced the winners for their 2020 New Music Awards. Maren Morris, Sam Smith & the Jonas Brothers are among the many major label artist winners while independent artists December Rose, Benny Marsella, and Linards Zarins are among numerous indie artists that elevated as NMA Winners.

New Music Awards administered an “open ballot” by which subscribers, music industry executives, radio programmers, and music fans had the opportunity to vote for their favorites. In addition to artists and song categories, there are new NMA winners at radio stations, radio programmers, record labels and music industry professionals.

New Music Weekly Magazine is now in pre-production for a special NMA Winners Edition. All recent New Music Awards winners and artists with new releases should contact New Music Weekly Magazine which will be offering special discount Ad rates to artists and their respective record labels.

Visit New Music Weekly or New Music Awards now to view a complete list of NMA Winners.

And the Winners are…

TOP40/CHR Song of the Year
“Bad Guy” Billie Eilish

TOP40/CHR Male Artist of the Year
Post Malone

TOP40/CHR Female Artist of the Year
Billie Eilish

TOP40/CHR Group of the Year
Jonas Brothers

TOP40/CHR New Artist of the Year
December Rose

TOP40/CHR New Group of the Year
Blue Danes

TOP40/CHR Breakthrough Artist of the Year
Linards Zarins

TOP 40 Radio Station of the Year
KSPI

TOP40/CHR PD of the Year
Jason Kranz

TOP40/CHR MD of the Year
Warren Lawrence

TOP40/CHR Promotion of the Year
All Access

TOP40/CHR Record Label of the Year
Capitol

AC/Hot AC Song of the Year
“Someone You Loved” Lewis Capaldi

AC/Hot AC Male Artist of the Year
Sam Smith

AC/Hot AC Female Artist of the Year
Eileen Carey

AC/Hot AC Group of the Year
Jonas Brothers

AC/Hot AC New Artist of the Year
Joe Taylor

AC/Hot AC New Group of the Year
Tower Circle

AC/Hot AC Breakthrough Artist of the Year
Benny Marsella

AC/Hot AC Radio Station of the Year
WVIN

AC/Hot AC PD of the Year
Vincent Wilson

AC/Hot AC MD of the Year
Mike Betten

AC/Hot AC Record Label of the Year
Columbia/Sony

Country Song of the Year
“10,000 Hours” Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber

Country Male Artist of the Year
Thomas Rhett

Country Female Artist of the Year
Maren Morris

Country Group of the Year
Old Dominion

Country New Artist of the Year
Arvie Bennett Jr

Country New Group of the Year
Blake Shelton & Trace Adkins

Country Breakthrough Artist of the Year
Rob Georg

Country Radio Station of the Year
KDOL

Country PD of the Year
Jim Wolfe

Country MD of the Year
Mike Betten

Country Promotion of the Year
Ed Spacek/The Spacek Company

Country Record Label of the Year
Big Machine/Universal

Crossover Artist/Band of the Year
Billy F Otis

Record Pool of the Year
Soundworks

Publicity/PR of the Year
2911 Media

Internet/Syndicated Radio of the Year
TBN

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