The 50th annual Canadian music celebration broadcasts live on Sunday, May 16.
Teyana Taylor hosted the evening, which celebrated some of the industry’s most important voices.
Jessie Reyez, Dolly Parton, and Cardi B will be among the virtual ceremony’s honorees.
The R&B sensation added her own grievances to the trio’s timely, viral hit.
Daddy Yankee took home seven awards, including Billboard Latin Song of the Decade award for ‘Despacito’ alongside Luis Fonsi.
The tracks come off Reyez’s new super-deluxe edition of ‘Before Love Came to Kill Us.’
Reyez is the first artist to sing the Canadian and US National Anthems atop Toronto’s CN Tower.
The song is also the titular track from Reyez' debut album, released in March and a US Billboard Top 20 hit.
The production, which follows three real New York couples, was made entirely by students from Universal Music Group’s º1824 team.
Shawn Mendes, Billie Eilish and Jessie Reyez were also among this year’s winners at the Canadian music awards.
Black Power Live is meant to be “a celebration of the incredible work done by organizers and activists around the world and will be a chance to reflect, regroup and talk about...
The single comes off Reyez’s acclaimed debut full-length, ‘Before Love Came To Kill Us’.
The annual prize, which was announced today by past years' nominees, celebrates excellence in Canadian music.
The expanded album features eight new tracks and includes collaborations with Jessie Reyez, Doja Cat, Lil Uzi Vert and more.
The single features a new version of 'Love In The Dark' and a cover of Drake's 'Take Care.'