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2003 New Zealand Music Awards Results

2003 New Zealand Music Awards Results

mOnstavision Single of the Year Goodshirt – Sophie

Album of the Year The Datsuns – The Datsuns

Best Male Vocalist Che Fu – Misty Frequencies

Best Female Vocalist Bic Runga – Beautiful Collision

Export Gold Best Group The Datsuns – The Datsuns

Outstanding International Achievement The Datsuns

Xbox / ZM Breakthrough Artist of the Year The Datsuns

Best Solo Artist Bic Runga – Beautiful Collision

Best Mana Reo Album Ngahiwi Apanui – E Te Nei

Best Mana Maori Album Upper Hutt Posse – Te Reo Maori Remixes

Best Jazz Album Kevin Clark – Once Upon a Song I Flew

Best Classical Album New Zealand Symphony Orchestra – Douglas Lilburn The Three Symphonies

Highest Selling NZ Album Bic Runga – Beautiful Collision

Highest Selling NZ Single Katchafire – Giddy Up

Songwriter of the Year Goodshirt – Sophie

Best Roots Music Album Trinity Roots – True

Best Urban Album Nesian Mystik – Polysaturated

Red Bull Best Dance Album Salmonella Dub – Outside the Dubplates

Best Pacific Island Album Pacific Soul – Pacific Soul

Lifetime Achievement Award Dylan Taite For his dedication to New Zealand Music

Juice TV People’s Choice Award Nesian Mystik – Polysaturated


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