Congratulations to the winners of the Third Annual Canadian Independent Music Video Awards
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The winners of the Third Annual Canadian Independent Music Video Awards are…
The Saydes are a four-piece grunge rock band from Barrie, Ontario. The Saydes are the winner of the award for Best Rock Video in the Third Annual CIMVAs.
Snotty Nose Rez Kids are the combined talents of Yung Trybez and Young D, hailing from the Haisla Nation, ‘The People of the Snow.” The duo blend trap beats with woven lyricism that challenges Indigenous stereotypes that paint their people as ill-mannered savages. Snotty Nose Rez Kids won the award for Best Indingious Video in the Third Annual CIMVAs.
Noah Malcolm is a Canadian indie-folk/pop artist and multi-instramentalist from Toronto, Canada. Malcolm’s debut EP ‘ON TIME’ is an introspective piece about the mess & magic of coming into your own. Malcolm won the award for Best Folk Video at the Third Annual CIMVAs.
Judgement is a metal band from Oshawa, Ontario who believes in the freedom of self expression, and the acceptance of all. The bands passion for change is shown throughout their live performance, social media, and music. Judgement won the award for Best Metal Video at the Third Annual CIMVAs.
Toronto born Dani Kristina has established her sound as an up and coming pop artist. As a classically trained mezzo-soprano and pianist, Dani’s diverse musical roots allow her to experiment with complex harmonies within her songwriting. Kristina won the award for Best Pop Video at the Third Annual CIMVAs.
Justin Fancy is a Country Music artist from Canada’s East Coast. No Bravado. Zero Hype. Humble to a fault. Justin Fancy is a refreshing breed of artist that isn’t afraid of taking chances to get where he wants to be. Justin Fancy won the award for Best Country Video at the Third Annual CIMVAs.
From the beginning, Allmillz had a dream about a world in which he could create music, help others create music and contribute to the culture he holds dear to his heart. Allmillz won the award for Best Hip-Hop Video at the Third Annual CIMVAs.
Toronto indie-rock duo Mountainhead is said to have wandered through a wasteland and arrived at a mountain, which they scaled. At the top, they discovered a shaman who changed the brothers’ lives and way of thinking forever. Mountainhead won the award for best Indie Music Video in the Third Annual CIMVAs.
East Coast artist Émilie Landry sounds like a much-needed warm summber day. Landry won the award for Best Lockdown Video in the Third Annual CIMVAs.
Cody Coyote was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, and is of Ojibwe/Irish descent with ancestry from Matachewan First Nation. This year Dropout Entertainment is proud to award Cody Coyote with the award for the Best Canadian Independent Music Video in the Third Annual CIMVAs.