What you need to know
- Apple Music has shared a new teaser for the Apple Music Awards 2021 content starting tomorrow.
- The winners have already been announced, but the celebrations kick off tomorrow.
Apple Music might have already announced the winners of the Apple Music Awards 2021 but there is still a ton of content to come as the streaming service celebrates those winners. Now, a new teaser has been shared to whet the appetite.
With winners including The Weeknd and Olivia Rodrigo, the upcoming content could be a must-watch when it streams on Apple Music and in the Apple TV app.
The awards themselves include multiple categories from around the world, with the full rundown of winners including:
- Global Artist of the Year: The Weeknd
- Breakthrough Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year: Olivia Rodrigo
- Songwriter of the Year: H.E.R.
- Artist of the Year (Africa): Wizkid
- Artist of the Year (France): Aya Nakamura
- Artist of the Year (Germany): RIN
- Artist of the Year (Japan): OFFICIAL HIGE DANDISM
- Artist of the Year (Russia): Scriptonite
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