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Discover the list of nominees for the 2024 Flames

For the second consecutive year, Les Flammes will reward rap artists and other urban trends.

This start of the year is that of Aya Nakamura. In the midst of two unjustified controversies over his participation in the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games, the singer is THE star of the 2024 Flames ceremony, which rewards, for her second ;th edition, urban cultures in music. Aya Nakamura, competing in six categories, rises to the top of the nominations for the festivities dedicated to rap and its trends, announced & oacute; this Monday, April 8, the organizers in a press release. 

In total, around fifty artists are nominated in the 24 categories that make up the second edition of Les Flammes, which will be held in Paris. on April 25 at the Théâtre du Châtelet,   Paris. The ceremony will be broadcast free of charge and live on YouTube, Twitch and for the first time live on W9, let them know organizers of the event.

The Flames ceremony, inaugurated in 2023, aims to represent popular cultures, notably rap, R& B or African and Caribbean music, faced with criticisms of lack of diversity; which affect classical ceremonies such as the Victoires de la musique or the NRJ Music Awards.

Here is the complete list of nominees for the 2024 Flames:

Spotify Flame for Album of the Year

  • Aya Nakamura – DNK
  • Hamza – Sincerely
  • Werenoi – Carré

Rap album

  • Freeze Corleone – ADC 
  • Josman – J.000.$ 
  • Werenoi – Carré

New pop album

  • Aya Nakamura – DNK 
  • Luidji – Season 00
  • Yamê – Elowi

Piece of the year

  • Jungeli, Imen ES, Alonzo, Abou Debeing & Lossa – Petit Génie
  • PLK – Tomorrow
  • SDM – German Racing Car
  • Soolking – Casanova feat. Gazo 
  • Werenoi – Laboratory
  • Aya Nakamura – Baby
  • Dave & Tiakola – Meridian
  • Hamza – Harmful feat. Damso 
  • Heuss l'Enfoiré – Saiyan feat. Gazo
  • Jey Brownie & Flem – GTB

Featuring of the year

  • Dave & Tiakola – Meridian 
  • Jungeli, Imen ES, Alonzo, Abou Debeing & Lossa – Petit Génie
  • No Limit, Gazo & Damso – LA STREET

Rap performance piece

  • Freeze Corleone – Shavkat 
  • Gazo – 100K 
  • Ninho – LVL Up Vol. 1

R&B track of the year

  • Monsieur Nov – Last I love you feat. Josman 
  • Tayc – Room 69 
  • Killing – Là où we sleep happily

Piece of African or African-inspired music from the year

  • Dave & Tiakola – Meridian 
  • Jungeli, Imen ES, Alonzo, Abou Debeing & Lossa – Little Genie
  • Tam Sir, Team Paya, Ste Milano, Renard Barakissa, Tazeboy & PSK – Hammer Blow

Caribbean or Caribbean-inspired piece of the year

  • Kalash – Doliprane
  • Kima – Toxic 
  • Meryl – Jack Sparrow

Female Revelation of the Year< /p>

  • Bianca Costa
  • Kay The Prodigy
  • Wonder

Male Revelation of the Year

  • Favé
  • TIF
  • Yamê

Female Artist of the Year

  • Aya Nakamura
  • Meryl
  • Nej

Male Artist of the Year

  • Gazo
  • Tiakola
  • Werenoi

Composer of the year

  • Boumidjal X
  • Flem
  • Richie Beats

Clip of the year

  • Aya Nakamura – Baby (dir. YC, prod. IDZ)
  • Shay – Commando (dir. Guillaume Doubet, prod. Pélican Paris)
  • Ziak – Not even a squeak (dir. BLEU DESERT, prod. OCURENS)

Concert of the year

  • Aya Nakamura, à Accor Arena
  • Fally Ipupa, à Paris La Défense Arena
  • SCH, à l'Orange Vélodrome

Album cover of the year

  • Isha & Limsa d'Aulnay – Bitume Caviar Vol.1 (Romain Garcin)
  • Mairo – omar chappier (Dexter Maurer)
  • Kekra – Stratos (Fifou)

Scenic revelation of the year< /p>

  • Kerchak
  • Meryl
  • TIF
Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

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