Winners of Ukraine's YUNA Music Awards 2024 announced

Winners of Ukraine's YUNA Music Awards 2024 announced
Winners of Ukraine's YUNA Music Awards 2024 announced

The 13th annual YUNA Music Awards ceremony, celebrating the best in Ukrainian music, took place in Kyiv on May 23.

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The night's big winner was the band Antytila, which took home three awards: Best Video and Best Song for "Fortress Bakhmut," and Best Rock Band. The anticipated breakout artist of the year was the enigmatic performer Klavdia Petrivna.

YUNA 2024 Award winners

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  • Best Album: Jamala — QIRIM

  • Best Male Artist: Artem Pivovarov

  • Best Duo or Collaboration: SHUMEI and Zlata Ognevich — Bureviyamy

  • Best Female Artist: KOLA

  • Best Music Video: Antytila — Fortress Bakhmut

  • Best Pop Band: Latexfauna

  • Breakthrough of the Year: Klavdia Petrivna

  • Best Rock Band: Antytila

  • Best Song: Antytila — Fortress Bakhmut

  • Special Recognition: Kozak System for their charitable tour of military hospitals

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YUNA (Yearly Ukrainian National Awards) is an annual Ukrainian music award ceremony, established on 27 October 2011 by Pavlo Shilko and Mohammad Zahoor Nominees and winners are determined by a professional jury, and the accounting firm Deloitte regulates the final vote tally.

It is awarded for outstanding achievement in the music industry.

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The first YUNA ceremony, which took place on 8 February 2012 at Palace "Ukraine" in Kyiv, honored the best in Ukrainian music spanning the twenty years since the country's independence in 1991 and was later named "YUNA: The Best of 20 Years". The event didn't have a host; rather, awards were presented by different celebrities.

The event has been held every year since, and its hosts have included celebrities.

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