The 36th ARIA ( Annual Australian Recording Industry Association) music award ceremony occurred on November 24, Thursday in Sydney. ARIAs consists of a series of awards, including the 2022 ARIA Artesian Awards, the ARIA Awards, and the ARIA Fine Arts Award.
Who Are The Hosts?
Hosts for the ARIA music award show were declared as Lewis Capaldi and Natalie Imbruglia on October 14, but on November 2, Capaldi pulled out because of unanticipated scheduling issues. His substitutions, Ruel and G Flip, were declared on November 14. Brooke Boney was the Pre-Show host, and he presented 15 prizes.
1. Baker Boy, a Youlnu rapper, achieved five awards
Baker Boy has overwhelmed the 2022 Arias, bringing back home a sum of five awards such as ” Album Of The Year,” “Best Hip Hop/ Rap Release,” “Best Solo Artist,” “Best Cover Art,” and “Mix Engineer-Best Mixed Album” for his album “Gela” on Thursday night.
His 2021 record “Gela” highlights commitments from the late Uncle Jack Charles – proceeds with the Bakers’ unmistakable combination of feelgood flexes and clearing polemics, drawing from both his childhood in Arnhem Land as well as his replacement to Victoria, where he presently dwells.
2. King Stingray achieved the first ARIA award
The group was nominated for several awards and finally won the “Micheal Gudinski Breakthrough Artist” for the album “King Stingray.”
3. The Wiggles won two awards
The Wiggles won the “Best Children’s Album” award for the ” ReWiggled,” along with the “Best Australian Live Act” award for the ” The Og wiggles reunion/ Fruit Salad TV Big show Tour.” According to Anthony, it was a “great shock” to achieve this award.
4. Harry Styles is the winner of the Most Popular International Artist
Celebrated English singer and songwriter Harry Styles won the “Most Popular International Award” in ARIAs for his third album ” Harry’s House.”
The List of Other Popular ARIA Award winners
1. Best Group: Amyl and the Sniffers ( “Comfort to me.”)
2. Best Adult Contemporary Album: Julia Jacklin (“Pre Pleasure.”)
3. Best Blues & Root albums: William Crighton ( ” Water & Dust.”)
4. Best Country Album: Casey Barnes (“Light It Up.”)
5. Best Dance/ Electronic Release: Luude ( “Down-Under.”)
6. Best Hard rock/ Heavy Metal Album: Archie Roach (” One Song.”)
7. Best Pop Release: The Kid Laroi (” Thousand Miles.”)
8. Best Rock Album: Amyl and the Sniffers ( “Comfort to me.”)
9. Song of the Year: Tones and I (“Cloudy Day.”)
10. Best Video: William Bleakley for Vance Joy (“Every Side of You.”)