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The Weeknd, Caribou, U.S. Girls, Kaytranada and more have been nominated in the 2020 Polaris Music Prize longlist

The annual award celebrates the best Canadian albums from the past 12 months
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Published: 12:57 pm, June 16, 2020Words: Jamie Muir.
The Weeknd, Caribou, U.S. Girls, Kaytranada and more have been nominated in the 2020 Polaris Music Prize longlist

The Weekend, Caribou, U.S. Girls, Kaytranada and more have been announced as part of the 2020 Polaris Music Prize longlist

The annual award celebrates the best albums from the past 12 months from Canadian artists (much like the Mercury Prize here in the UK) - and has revealed its extensive longlist of nominees making the first cut

Also amongst nearly 40 artists listed are the likes of Jessie Reyez, Lido Pimienta, dvsn, Daniel Caesar, Allie X and Owen Pallett. The 10 albums/artists that make the final shortlist will be announced on July 15th - with the final winner of the 2020 prize revealed on September 21st

Check out the full longlist here

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