WMG Artists Win Big at China's QQ Music Awards
Warner Music Group is proud to report that its artists earned top accolades at China's QQ Music Awards
Warner Music Group is proud to report that its artists earned top accolades at China's QQ Music Awards.
JJ Lin picked up three awards: Best Male Artist - Taiwan and Hong Kong, Top Selling Digital Album - Taiwan and Hong Kong, and Best Album by a Singer/Songwriter for From M.E. To Myself.
Li Ronghao won Most Popular Artist - Mainland China and Most Searched Artist on the QQ Music Chart, while Kenji Wu received Best Album by Media Recommendation and Best Live Performance. Pakho Chau won an award for Best Performance on the QQ Live Show, and Kimi Qiao was awarded for having one of the top 10 hits of the year with "City Bus".
The Awards also featured a performance by WMG artist Christopher, one of the biggest pop stars to emerge from Denmark in recent years. He has an enormous following in China and has topped the QQ Charts multiple times.
Simon Robson, President, Warner Music Asia-Pacific, said, "I'm incredibly proud of all the WMG artists who were nominated for prizes at the QQ Music Awards. Well done to Sam Chen, CEO of Greater China, and the Greater China team for an amazing night of performances and awards won. It was also a pleasure to welcome Christopher to China. He has already had great success here and we're working hard to support his career in one of the world's fastest-growing markets."
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