Mnet Asian Music Award for Best New Artist (Solo or Group)
The Mnet Asian Music Award for Best New Male/Female Artist/Group (남자/여자 신인상/그룹상) is an award presented annually by CJ E&M Pictures (Mnet). Mnet is also the one who choose which group or individual will win to this category as well as other categories in MAMA.
|Mnet Asian Music Award for Best New Male/Female Artist/Group |
|Awarded for||Quality performance from (a) new artist/s|
|Presented by||CJ E&M Pictures (Mnet)|
|Currently held by||Stray Kids, IZ*ONE (2018)|
|Website||Mnet Asian Music Awards|
It was first awarded at the 1st Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony held in 1999; winners Lee Jung-hyun and Team received the titles "Best New Solo Artist" and "Best New Group" for their songs "Come" and "Farewell", respectively. The award is given in honor for the new artist/s with the most artistic achievement in the music industry.
|Year(s)||Best New Solo||Best New Group||Best New Artist
(Solo or Group)
|1999||Titled "Best New Solo Artist" and "Best New Group"|
|2000–2004||Titled "Best New Male/Female Artist" and "Best New Group"|
|2005–2006||Titled "Best New Solo Artist" and "Best New Group"|
|2007||Titled "Best New Solo Artist" and "Best New Female/Male Group"|
|2008–2013||Titled "Best New Female/Male Artist"|
|2014||Titled "Best New Artist"|
|2015-2017||Titled "Best New Female/Male Artist"|
Winners and nomineesEdit
^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the Mnet Asian Music Awards held that year.
Gallery of winnersEdit
Lee Jung-hyun, (1999)
Sung Si-kyung, (2001)
Big Mama, (2003)
Lee Seung-gi, (2004)
Lim Jeong-hee, (2005)
Zhang Liyin, (2006)
Super Junior, (2006)
F.T. Island, (2007)
Wonder Girls, (2007)
Supreme Team, (2009)
Miss A, (2010)
Huh Gak, (2011)
A Pink, (2011)
Busker Busker, (2012)
Roy Kim, (2013)
Crayon Pop, (2013)
NCT 127, (2016)
Wanna One, (2017)
Stray Kids, (2018)
- Titled "Best New Male Video" award.
- Titled "Best New Female Video" award.
- Titled "Best New Group Video" award.
- Titled "New Singer of the Year" award.
- Titled "New Group of the Year" award.
- "1999 M.net Korean Music Festival Winners list". MAMA. Retrieved 2014-06-13.
- Mnet Asian Music Awards official website