France’s Victoires De La Musique: All the winners

France’s annual equivalent to the Grammys, the Victoires De La Musique, took place on Friday night (February 13) at The Zenith venue in Paris.

Christine & The Queens, signed to Because Music, won the prize for the Best Female Artist, in addition to further gongs for Best Video for their Saint Claude single.

The Best Male artist prize was picked up by Julien Doré, while French/Finnish duo The Dø won the award for Best Rock Album for Shake, Shook Shaken.

David Guetta won a special award recognising his contribution to electronic music during the past 30 years of Victories De La Musiques.

See the full list of winners (translated) from the night below.

  • Male Artist: Julien Doré.
  • Female Artist: Christine and the Queens.
  • Album – New Artist: Mini World, Indila.
  • New Band or Artist: Benjamin Clementine.
  • ‘Album Of Songs’: Alain Souchon and Laurent Voulzy, Alain Souchon and Laurent Voulzy.
  • Rock Album: Shake, Shook, Shaken, The Dø.
  • Album of traditional music or world music: Black River, Black River.
  • Urban Music Album: I’m alive, Akhenaten.
  • Electronic Music Album: Ghost Surf, Daredevil.
  • Original Song: One Day In The Wrong Place, Calogero.
  • Concert or tour of the year: Square Root Round, Stromae.
  • Video: Saint Claude, Christine and the Queens, directed by Jack.
  • Thirty year Contribution to Electronic Music: David Guetta.
  • Thirty Year Contribution to Rock: Jean-Louis Aubert.
  • Thirty Year Contribution to Urban Music: IAM.
  • Thirty Year Contribution to World Music: Rachid Taha.

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