Genie Music Awards

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Genie Music Awards
MGMA Logo 2019.png
Awarded forExcellence in music
CountrySouth Korea
Presented byGenie Music
MBC Plus (2018)
M2 (2019)
Hosted by2018: Jun Hyun-moo
2019: Han Hye-jin
Formerly calledMBC Plus X Genie Music Awards
First awarded2018
Websitehttp://event.genie.co.kr/promotion/mgavote Edit this on Wikidata
Television/radio coverage
Network2018: MBC Plus
MBC Music
MBC Every1
2019: Mnet
Runtime90 minutes (Red Carpet), 240 (Main event)

The Genie Music Awards is a major music awards show that is held annually in South Korea and organized by Genie Music together with their partner network.[1]

The 2019 Genie Music Awards are named M2 X Genie Music Awards (MGMA) as with their partnership with Mnet's digital studio, M2.

Ceremonies[edit]

Edition Date Venue City Country Ref.
1st November 6, 2018 Namdong Gymnasium Incheon South Korea [2]
2nd August 1, 2019 Olympic Gymnastics Arena Seoul [3]
3rd December, 2020 Online [4]

Judging criteria[edit]

2018 MGA[edit]

Key
Main Award (Daesang)
Division Online Voting Digital Sales Judge Score Social Media
Artist of the Year 30% 30% 20% 20%
Song of the Year 20% 40% 20% 20%
Best Selling Artist of the Year 10% 50% 20% 20%
Digital Album of the Year 10% 50% 20% 20%
Artist Category Awards* 30% 30% 20% 20%
Song Genre Awards** 20% 40% 20% 20%
Special Awards*** 100%
*Male Artist Award, Female Artist Award, Male Group Award, Female Group Award, Male Rookie Award, Female Rookie Award, Discovery of the Year
**Dance Track (Male), Dance Track (Female), Vocal Track (Male), Vocal Track (Female), Rap/Hip Hop Music Award, Band Music Award, OST Award
***Genie Music Popularity Award, Idolchamp Global Popularity Award

2019 MGMA[edit]

Key
Main Award (Daesang)
Division Online Voting Digital Sales Judge Score Social Media Twitter Voting
The Top Artist 20% 20% 20% 30% 10%
The Top Music 100%
The Top Best Selling Artist 100%
M2 Top Video 100%
Music Awards* 30% 30% 30% 10%
Special Awards** 100%
*The Male Group, The Female Group, The Male Solo Artist, The Female Solo Artist, The Male New Artist, The Female New Artist, The Performing Artist Male, The Performing Artist Female, The Vocal Artist, The Band
**Genie Music Popularity Award, Global Popularity Award

Daesang Awards (Grand Prizes)[edit]

Artist of the Year[a][edit]

Year Winner
2018 BTS
2019 BTS
2020 Lim Young-woong

Song of the Year [b][edit]

Year Winner Song
2018 Wanna One "Beautiful"
2019 Paul Kim “Me After You”
2020 Zico Any Song

Album of the Year [c][edit]

Year Winner Album
2018 BTS Love Yourself: Answer
2020 BTS Map of the Soul: 7

Artist Category Awards[edit]

The Group Award[d][edit]

Year Winners
Male Female
2018 BTS Twice
2019 BTS Twice

The Solo Artist Award[e][edit]

Year Winners
Male Female
2018 Jung Seung-hwan Chungha
2019 Paul Kim Chungha

The New Artist Award[f][edit]

Year Winners
Male Female
2018 Stray Kids (G)I-dle
2019 TXT Itzy

Genre-specific Tracks Awards[edit]

Best Dance Track[g][edit]

Year Winner Song
2018 Male BTS "Idol"
Female Momoland "Bboom Bboom"
2019 Male BTS "Boy With Luv"
Female Iz*One "Violeta"
2020 Overall BTS "Dynamite"

Best Ballad Track[edit]

Year Winner Song
2020 M.C The Max "Bloom"

Best R&B/Soul Track[edit]

Year Winner Song
2020 Lee Hi "HOLO"

Best Rap/Hip Hop Track[edit]

Year Winner Song
2018 iKon "Love Scenario"
2020 Zico "Any Song"

Best Trot Track[edit]

Year Winner Song
2020 Lim Young-woong "Trust in Me"

Best OST Award[edit]

Year Winner Song Drama
2018 Paul Kim "Every Day, Every Moment" Should We Kiss First?
2020 Jo Jung-suk "Aloha" Hospital Playlist

Discontinued Awards[edit]

See Awards

The Top Best Selling Artist [h]

Year Winner
2018 Twice
2019 Twice

M2 Top Video[i]

Year Winner
2019 BTS

Best Producer

Year Winner
2018 Bang Si-hyuk

Best Pop Artist

Year Winner
2018 Charlie Puth

Best Choreography

Year Winner Work
2018 Son Sung-deuk BTS – "Idol"

Best Fandom

Year Winner
2018 A.R.M.Y (BTS Fandom)

The Innovator

Year Winner
2019 Yoon Jong Shin

The Performance Creator

Year Winner
2019 Lia Kim

The Vocal Artist [j]

Year Winner Song
2018 Male Wanna One "Beautiful"
Female Heize "Jenga"
2019 Mamamoo "Gogobebe"

Best Band Performance

Year Winner Song
2018 Day6 "Shoot Me"
2019 Day6 "Time of Our Life"

MBC Plus Star Award

Year Winners
2018 Wanna One

M2 Hot Star

Year Winners
2019 Pentagon
Cosmic Girls

Next Generation Star

Year Winners
2019 AB6IX
Kim Jae-hwan

Genie Music Popularity Award

Year Winner
2018 BTS
2019 BTS

Best Global Performance

Year Winner
2018 Twice

Global Popularity Award

Year Winner
2018 BTS
2019 BTS

M2 The Most Popular Artist

Year Winner
2019 Iz*One

Discovery of the Year

Year Winner
2018 Celeb Five

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ before: Best Artist of the Year (2018)/"The Top Artist"(2019)
  2. ^ before: "Best Song of the Year"(2018)/"The Top Music"(2019)
  3. ^ before "Best Digital Album of the Year"(2018)
  4. ^ before "Best Female/Male Group"(2018)
  5. ^ before "Best Female/Male Artist"(2018)
  6. ^ before "Best New Female/Male Artist"(2018)
  7. ^ before: "Best Dance Performance"(2018)/"The Performing Artist"(2019)
  8. ^ "Grand Prize"
  9. ^ "Grand Prize"
  10. ^ before: "Best Vocal Performance"(2018)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "방탄소년단·워너원·트와이스, '2018 MGA' 출격..초특급 라인업 [공식입장]". 미주중앙일보. Archived from the original on 2018-10-18. Retrieved 2018-10-17.
  2. ^ "방탄소년단·워너원·트와이스, '2018 MGA' 출격..초특급 라인업 [공식입장]". entertain.naver.com (in Korean). October 9, 2018. Archived from the original on June 22, 2019. Retrieved July 26, 2019.
  3. ^ "Mnet M2X지니뮤직 의기투합…8월 1일 'MGMA' 개최". entertain.naver.com (in Korean). June 4, 2019. Archived from the original on June 21, 2019. Retrieved July 26, 2019.
  4. ^ "방탄소년단·워너원·트와이스, '2018 MGA' 출격..초특급 라인업 [공식입장]". entertain.naver.com (in Korean). October 9, 2018. Archived from the original on June 22, 2019. Retrieved July 26, 2019.