MUSIC VICTORIES. The 38th Victoires de la Musique ceremony was held on Friday February 10, 2023, with no big surprises as to the winners of the evening.
[Updated; day on February 11, 2023 at 00:47] Victoires de la musique without great surprise. This Friday, February 10, at; the musical Seine of Boulogne Billancourt, marched; many artists, most of them very (too?) known to loyal viewers of the great mass of French-speaking music on France 2 and France Inter. Presented by former Miss France Laury Thilleman, the evening devoted Orelsan, winner in three categories (Original Song, Concert and Audiovisual Creation), ahead of Stromae with two Victories, Artist and Album of the Year.
With the same number of trophies, that of Female Artist and Most Streamed Album of an artist, followed by another Belgian representative, Angèle. Side Révélations, Pierre de Maere and November Ultra each won; their category. Updated Apart from these last two artists and their category, the organizers of the Victoires de la Musique ceremony offered no big surprise in terms of results. Note, however, among the highlights of this evening, the moving speech of Serge Lama, moved to tears on receiving his Victory of Honor for his entire career.
Relive the ceremony in our dedicated article. :
The winners of the Victoires de la musique 2023
Throughout the evening, the nominated artists were rewarded in the ten categories of the Victoires de la musique 2023. Here is the complete winners of this 38th ceremony:
Male Artist :
Stromae Female Artist:
Angèle Female Reveal:
November Ultra Male revelation:
Pierre de Maere Original song:
The Quest – OrelSan Audiovisual creation  ;:
The Quest – OrelSan – Dé Producer: Victor Haegelin Concert :
OrelSan – Civilization tower – Production : Asterios Spectacles/Strong Ninja/7TH Magnitude Album le no longer streamed by an artist:
Nonante-five by Angèle Most Streamed Album from an artist: Jefefrom Ninho
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