Here are the Winners of the POP AWARDS 2023, the sixth annual Pop Awards!
After 50 days of voting, Pop Magazine is here to announce the winners of the Pop Awards 2023. We have counted a huge number of votes cast in our public voting, along with the ballots received from our esteemed expert panel of music journalists, to determine the results of the 6th annual Pop Awards. We want to thank all of you who have participated in this year’s voting for helping to select a wonderful winner in each of the ten categories. Out of all the awesome nominees, you have chosen who will receive our beautiful Pop Awards trophies and we congratulate the winners! We will return next year for the 7th annual Pop Awards and hope you’ll be back too. Now it’s time to check out if your favorite artists accumulated enough votes for the win and to celebrate the winners with us!
Pop Awards 2023: Artist Of The Year Award
Winner: Taylor Swift
Congratulations to Taylor Swift on winning the Artist Of The Year Award at the 6th annual Pop Awards! It was a record-setting year for Taylor Swift as her tenth studio album set a new all-time record for single-day streams and became the best-selling album of 2022. “Midnights” — a concept album about nocturnal ruminations — achieved another historic feat, spawning ten top-ten songs on the US Billboard charts in the same week, an achievement no artist has accomplished before.
Other nominees: Beyonce, Harry Styles, John Legend, Meghan Trainor
Pop Awards 2023: Album Of The Year Award
Winner: John Legend — “Legend”
Congratulations to John Legend on winning the Album Of The Year Award at the 6th annual Pop Awards! His passion is on full display over an impressive 24 tracks on his seventh studio album, which is aptly titled “Legend”. John Legend has created a double album that represents the evolution of his artistry, featuring his smooth vocals together with contributions from a wealth of talented artists like Rick Ross, Rapsody, Jhene Aiko, Ledisi, and Jasmine Sullivan.
Other nominees: Hannah Baiardi — “Magic”, J. Ivy — “The Poet Who Sat By The Door”, Jonathan Jeremiah — “Horsepower For The Streets”, Passenger — “Birds That Flew And Ships That Sailed”