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List of awards and nominations received by Inna

Romanian singer-songwriter Inna, whose ongoing career started in 2008 with her debut single "Hot", has received various awards and nominations. Born on 16 October 1986 in Mangalia and raised in Neptun, Romania,[1] she met native producing trio Play & Win and adopted a pop-rock style,[2][3] which was later changed to minimal-infused house music.[4] Inna is the recipient of five Balkan Music Awards, one European Border Breakers Award, three MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Romanian Act and thirteen Romanian Music Awards. Inna's debut studio album Hot, including her breakthrough single of the same name,[5][6] was released in August 2009 and won the Romanian Music Award for Best Album.

Inna awards and nominations
A photograph of Inna holding a trophy in her hands.
Inna receiving her trophy for Best Romanian Act during the 2009 MTV Europe Music Awards
Totals
Awards won31
Nominations62[a]

I Am the Club Rocker (2011), Inna's second record, was nominated for the same award at the 2012 Romanian Music Awards. The record featured the commercially successful single "Sun Is Up",[7] which won the Eurodanceweb Award in 2010. It was the first time that a Romanian artist had received the award.[8] Her third album Party Never Ends (2013) was nominated for the Romanian Music Awards for Best Album, and the same year, a collaboration with Moldovan musical project Carla's Dreams on "P.O.H.U.I." received the Media Music Award for Best Zonga. Inna released her eponymous studio album in October 2015, which spawned several singles including "Diggy Down". The song topped the Romanian charts in 2014,[9] and was awarded with Best Dance at the Media Music Awards.

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Balkan Music AwardsEdit

The Balkan Music Awards is an annual music award show hosted by Balkanika Music Television.[10] Inna won five out of seven nominations, including Best Song in the Balkans from Romania for 2010 and 2011 for "Sun Is Up" and "Endless", respectively.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2010 Inna Best Female Performer in the Balkans 2009 Nominated [11]
"Love" Best Song in the Balkans from Romania for 2009
2011 Inna Worldwide Breakthrough Won [12]
Best Female Artist in the Balkans for 2010
"Sun Is Up" Best Song in the Balkans from Romania for 2010
2012 Inna Best Female Artist in the Balkans for 2011 [13]
"Endless" Best Song in the Balkans from Romania for 2011

Eurodanceweb AwardEdit

Inna's "Sun Is Up" won the Eurodanceweb Award in 2010, an online music contest, with 184 points, marking Romania's highest position in that competition. She was ranked in third place by the online voting, but she won following the decision of a jury panel consisting of various journalists, music producers, disc jockeys and radio stations.[8]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2010 "Sun Is Up" Best Song Won [8]

European Border Breakers AwardsEdit

Every year, ten emerging artists or groups who gathered audiences outside their own countries receive a European Border Breakers Award (EBBA). Inna won Romania's first award, with Romanian recording artist and songwriter Alexandra Stan following in 2012.[14]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2011 Inna Romanian Border Award Won [14]

Eska Music AwardsEdit

The Eska Music Awards is an annual major Polish awards ceremony for music.[15] While the singer's "Hot" (2008) was nominated for Best International Song in 2008, Inna won in the Artist of the year category the subsequent edition.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2009 "Hot" Best International Song Nominated [16]
2010 Inna Artist of the year Won [17]

Media Music AwardsEdit

The Media Music Awards is an annual awards gala based on radio and television airplay data compiled by Media Forest.[18] In 2013, the singer won in the Best Zonga category with "P.O.H.U.I.", a song where she was featured alongside Carla's Dreams. Inna also received another award for Best Dance two years later with "Diggy Down".

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2013 "P.O.H.U.I." Best Zonga Won [19]
2015 "Diggy Down" Best Dance [20]

MTV Europe Music AwardsEdit

The MTV Europe Music Awards is an event presented by MTV Networks Europe which awards prizes to musicians and performers. Inna is the only singer to win in the Best Romanian Act category twice in a row.[21] As of 2016, she has won that prize three times, and has also been nominated for Best European Act in 2010 and 2015.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2009 Inna Best Romanian Act Won [21]
2010
Best Romanian Act
Best European Act Nominated [22]
2015 Best Romanian Act Won [23]
Best European Act Nominated

NRJ Music AwardsEdit

At the 2011 NRJ Music Awards, an annual French awards gala, Inna was nominated in the International Revelation of the Year category, but ultimately lost in favor of Justin Bieber.[24]

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2011 Inna International Revelation of the Year Nominated [24]

RRA AwardsEdit

The RRA Awards is a Romanian awards gala which yearly awards prizes based on the votes of a professional jury panel consisting of music critics.[25] Inna won two awards in 2010 and 2011, and one in 2016.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2010 Inna Best Pop/Dance Act Won [26]
"Amazing" Pop/Dance Song of the Year
2011 Inna Artist of the Year Nominated [25][27]
Best Pop/Dance Act Won
Hot Pop/Dance Album of the Year
"Sun Is Up" Pop/Dance Song of the Year Nominated
2013 Inna Best Pop/Dance Act [28]
2014 "In Your Eyes" Pop/Dance Song of the Year [29]
"P.O.H.U.I." Song of the Year
Duet of the Year
2015 "Cola Song" Pop/Dance Song of the Year [30]
2016 "Bop Bop" Won [31][32]
"Diggy Down" Best Video Nominated
2017 "Heaven" Song of the Year [33]
Pop/Dance Song of the Year
Big Like

Romanian Music AwardsEdit

The Romanian Music Awards is a yearly major Romanian musical event, awarding the best artists in Romania's music scene.[34] Inna won a total of 13 awards out of 27 nominations.

Year Nominee / work Award Result Ref.
2009 Inna Best New Act Won [34]
Best Show
Border Breaker
"Hot" Best Dance
2010 "Amazing" Best Song Nominated [35][36]
Best Dance
Hot Best Album Won
inna.ro Best Website
Inna Best Female
Best International Artist
2011 Best Female [37][38]
Most Popular Artist
OK Award
inna.ro Best Website
"Sun Is Up" Best Dance Nominated
"Club Rocker" Best Video
2012 I Am the Club Rocker Best Album [39][40]
"Wow" Best Dance
Inna Best Female
Best Borderbreaker Won
inna.ro Best Website Nominated
2013 Party Never Ends Best Album [41]
Inna Best on Social Media
2014 Party Never Ends Best Album [42]
"Cola Song" Best Video
"Strigă!" Best Hip-Hop
Inna Best on Social Media

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Awards in certain categories do not have prior nominations and only winners are announced by the jury. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

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