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The World Music Awards

wma-world-music-award.pngThe WORLD MUSIC AWARDS honours the best-selling most popular recording artists from every continent. The WORLD MUSIC AWARDS are presented on sales merit and voted by the public on the Internet. There is no jury involved and the Awards truly reflect the most popular artists as they are determined by the actual fans who vote and buy the records.

The World's best-selling Artists are determined by a thorough research conducted by the organization on Record sales over the past year. Awards for World's Best Male Artist, Best Female, Best Group, Best Electronic Dance Music Artist, Best Entertainer of the Year, Best Live Act, Best Song, Best Album, Best Video and Best Fan Base are voted on worldmusicawards.com by the general public.


The Legend Award

wma-legend-award.pngThe LEGEND AWARD was created to honour top recording artists who have made outstanding contributions to the Music Industry. Past recipients include Barry White, the Bee Gees, Beyoncé, Carlos Santana, Celine Dion, Chaka Khan, Cher, Chris de Burgh, Cliff Richard, David Bowie, Deep Purple, Diana Ross, Elton John, Flo Rida, George Benson, Gloria Gaynor, INXS, Janet Jackson, Jennifer Lopez, Julio Iglesias, Lionel Richie, Luciano Pavarotti, Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson, Patti Labelle, Placido Domingo, Prince, Ray Charles, Ricky Martin, Ringo Starr, Rod Stewart, Sakis Rouvas, The Scorpions, Status Quo, Stevie Wonder, Tina Turner, Tony Bennett and Whitney Houston. Two Music Industry Executives and Producers were given this Award for their outstanding contribution to the Industry. The late Whitney Houston presented it to Clive Davis, the founder of Arista and J Records, at the 2004 WMAs in Las Vegas and Mariah Carey received it on behalf of L.A. Reid, Co-Founder of Laface Records, at the 2008 WMAs in Monte-Carlo.




The Diamond Award


The DIAMOND AWARD is presented to those select top-selling artists who have sold over 100 million Records during their career. It is not presented every year. H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco presented the very first Diamond Award to Rod Stewart at the 2002 World Music Awards in Monte-Carlo and to Mariah Carey in 2003. Celine Dion received this prestigious award from the Oscar winning actor Michael Douglas at the 2004 WMAs in the Thomas & Mac Arena in Las Vegas. Bon Jovi received the Award from Melissa Etheridge at the 2005 WMAs in the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles. Beyoncé presented the same Award to Michael Jackson at the 2006 WMAs in Earl's Court London on his last public appearance on TV and Ringo Starr accepted it on behalf of the Beatles at the 2008 WMAs in Monte-Carlo. John Kennedy, CEO of the International Federation of the Phonographic industry, presented the Award to Ringo.

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