Eska Music Awards

Eska Music Awards
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Country  Poland
Presented by Radio Eska
First awarded February 25, 2002; 18 years ago (2002-02-25)
Last awarded June 17, 2017; 3 years ago (2017-06-17)
Eska Music Awards 2011

Eska Music Awards (EMA) is a Polish awards ceremony for national and international music launched in 2002 by Radio Eska. The awards were last presented in 2017.

Amongst the award winners are Jamelia, Alexis Jordan, t.A.T.u., 3 Doors Down, The Rasmus, Mattafix, Melanie C, Sugababes, Razorlight, September, Sarsa, Craig David, Margaret, The Killers, Matt Pokora, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Sunrise Avenue, OneRepublic, White Lies, Kesha, Basshunter, Inna, David Guetta, Nelly Furtado, Adam Lambert, Ed Sheeran and more.

2016 Eska Music Awards

Eska Music Awards 2016
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Date 26 August 2016
Location Azoty Arena, Szczecin
Hosted by Krzysztof Jankes Jankowski
Paulina Chylewska
Most awards Sylwia Grzeszczak (2)
Television/radio coverage
Network TVP1
Radio Eska
Eska TV

The 2016 Eska Music Awards were held on 26 August 2016 and was the 15th edition of the Radio Eska's annual music awards. The awards ceremony was held at Azoty Arena in Szczecin. Award nominations were revealed on 4 July 2016.

Performances

Artist Song
Sound'n'Grace & Arek Kłusowski "Can't Stop the Feeling!"
Filatov & Karas "Tell It to My Heart"
C-BooL & Giang Pham "Never Go Away"
Antek Smykiewicz "Pomimo burz"
Sylwia Grzeszczak "Tamta dziewczyna"
Margaret "Cool Me Down"

"Elephant"

"Lush Life"

Video "Ktoś nowy"
Jasmine Thompson "Ain't Nobody"

"Rise Up"

"Sun Goes Down"

Monika Lewczuk "Ty i Ja"
Sound'n'Grace "Sens"
Szymon Chodyniecki "Z całych sił"
Ewelina Lisowska "Prosta sprawa"
Grzegorz Hyży "Pod wiatr"
LP "Lost on You"
Alan Walker "Faded"

"Sing Me to Sleep"

Nominees and winners

The nominations were revealed on 4 July 2016.[1]

Best Hit Best Male Artist
Best Female Artist Best Group
  • Video
    • Enej
    • Sound'n'Grace
EskaGO Award - Best Artist in Network EskaTV Award - Best Video
Best New Artist Special Award - Best International Hit

2017 Eska Music Awards

Eska Music Awards 2017
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Date 17 June 2017
Location Azoty Arena, Szczecin
Hosted by Krzysztof Jankes Jankowski
Paulina Chylewska
Most awards Agnieszka Chylińska (2)
Television/radio coverage
Network TVP1
Radio Eska
Eska TV

The 2017 Eska Music Awards were held on 17 June 2017 and was the 16th edition of the Radio Eska's annual music awards. The awards ceremony was held at Azoty Arena in Szczecin. Award nominations were revealed on 20 April 2017.

Performances

Artist Song
Gromee & Orkiestra Szczecińska "Shape of You"
Sigala & Bryn Christopher "Sweet Lovin'"
Margaret "I Don't Wanna Live Forever"

"What You Do"

Ania Dąbrowska "Porady na zdrady (Dreszcze)"
Mandee & Maria Mathea "Superstar"
Ofenbach "Be Mine"
Patryk Kumór "Human"

"Not In My Head"

Alma "Bonfire"

"Chasing Highs"

Matthew Koma "Kisses Back"
Monika Lewczuk "Ty i Ja"

"Libre"

Starley "Call on Me"
Sarsa "Bronię się"
C-Bool & K-Leah "DJ Is Your Second Name"

"Magic Symphony"

Sigala & Ella Eyre "Came Here for Love"
Gromee & Mahan Moin "Spirit"
Mateusz Ziółko "W płomieniach"
Sound'n'Grace "Cake by the Ocean"

Nominees and winners

The nominations were revealed on 20 April 2017.[2]

Best Hit Best Male Artist
Best Female Artist Best DJ/Producer
EskaGO Award - Best Artist in Network EskaTV Award - Best Video
Special Award - Best International Artist

References

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