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*SCAPE Youth Music Awards 2021 to be held in March - submit your nominations now

*SCAPE Youth Music Awards 2021 to be held in March - submit your nominations now

Nominations are now open for this year's edition of the annual *SCAPE Youth Music Awards!

Scheduled to take place on 31 March, the awards show organised by *SCAPE and supported by Bandwagon will celebrate the artistry and excellence of young homegrown artists. *SCAPE Youth Music Awards 2021 will also recognise the efforts of artists who remained resilient and continued making music amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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*SCAPE Youth Music Awards 2020

Narelle (Best Song to Break Up To), Annette Lee (Best Feel Good Song), Boro Bhaiya (Best Song to Party To), and GARETH FERNANDEZ (Vibe of the Year) were among the winners at last year's awards show.

However, unlike last year's show, *SCAPE Youth Music Awards 2021 will be a hybrid show that takes place both on-ground and online. It will also adopt a new genre-based voting format, which resembles the ones used by international awards shows. With this new format, the organisers are hoping to give fans more opportunities to vote for their favourite artists and singles. 

There will be a total of 16 award categories this year, including 

Pop: Artist of the Year, Single of the Year

Indie/Alternative: Artist of the Year, Single of the Year

Rock: Artist of the Year, Single of the Year

Electronic: Artist of the Year, Single of the Year

Rap: Artist of the Year, Single of the Year

Non-English: Artist of the Year, Single of the Year

Best New Artist

Producer of the Year

Album of the Year

People's Choice Award

Fans can nominate their favourite local artists and singles from now until 7 March (11:59 PM) here. Voting will take place from 9 March onwards. Stay tuned to @scapesg and @bandwagonasia for more updates.


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