Multishow Brazilian Music Award
Current: 2023 Multishow Brazilian Music Award
2014 Multishow Brazilian Music Award, 28 October, Rio de Janeiro
Awarded forBest in Brazilian music
CountryBrazil
Presented byMultishow
First awarded1994; 30 years ago (1994) (as TVZ Award)
Most awardsAnitta and Ivete Sangalo (20)
WebsiteOfficial website
Television/radio coverage
NetworkMultishow
TV Globo

The Multishow Brazilian Music Award (Brazilian Portuguese: Prêmio Multishow de Música Brasileira), or simply known as the Multishow Award (Brazilian Portuguese: Prêmio Multishow), is an award show presented by the Brazilian channel Multishow. Established to honor the best in Brazilian music, the award was originally called the TVZ Award (Brazilian Portuguese: Prêmio TVZ). It is regarded as the largest music award in Brazil. The first ceremony was held in 1994.

History

The first award ceremony was held as TVZ Award in 1994, with five categories.[1] In 1998, the award changed its name to Multishow Brazilian Music Award.[2][3] From 1999, the winners, who were previously chosen by phone, were selected via the internet.[4] Since 2011, the award has had a specialized jury members of the music industry experts who determine the winners in the technical categories.[5][3]

Ceremonies

Year Date of ceremony Venue Host city Host(s)[6] Ref.
1994 JazzMania Rio de Janeiro Cissa Guimarães [1][7]
1995 Ballroom Mylena Ciribelli
1996 [8]
1997 João Marcelo Bôscoli and Alessandra Calor [9]
1998 27 May Canecão Toni Garrido and Alessandra Calor [2]
1999 25 May João Marcelo Bôscoli and Alessandra Calor [4]
2000 16 May Theatro Municipal Nelson Motta and Fernanda Torres [10]
2001 22 May [11]
2002 4 June [12]
2003 3 June [13]
2004 1 June Nelson Motta and Regina Casé [14]
2005 5 July [15]
2006 16 May Fernanda Torres [16]
2007 3 July [17]
2008 1 July Lázaro Ramos [18]
2009 18 August Citibank Hall Fernanda Torres [19]
2010 24 August Jeunesse Arena Fernanda Torres and Bruno Mazzeo [20]
2011 6 September Bruno Mazzeo [21]
2012 18 September Ivete Sangalo and Paulo Gustavo [22]
2013 3 September [23]
2014 28 October Ivete Sangalo, Paulo Gustavo, Tatá Werneck and Didi Wagner [24]
2015 1 September Ivete Sangalo and Paulo Gustavo [25]
2016 25 October Fábio Porchat and Tata Werneck [26]
2017 24 October [27]
2018 25 September Tatá Werneck and Anitta [28]
2019 29 October Anitta and Paulo Gustavo [29]
2020 11 November Paulo Gustavo, Tata Werneck and Iza [30]
2021 8 December Iza and Tatá Werneck [31]
2022 18 October Marcos Mion, Gloria Groove and Linn da Quebrada [32]
2023 7 November Tatá Werneck, Tadeu Schmidt and Ludmilla [33]

Award categories

Tatá Werneck and Anitta hosting the 2018 Multishow Brazilian Music Awards.

Voted categories

Professional categories

Past award categories

Most wins

Anitta and Ivete Sangalo are the most awarded artists in the history of the Multishow Brazilian Music Awards.
Artist Number of Awards
Ivete Sangalo 20
Anitta
Luan Santana 13
Skank 10
Ana Carolina 8
NX Zero
Titãs
Pitty 7
Sandy & Junior
Paula Fernandes 6
Paralamas do Sucesso 5
Caetano Veloso
Capital Inicial 4
Thiaguinho
Los Hermanos
Marcelo D2
O Rappa
Ludmilla
Charlie Brown Jr.
Marina Sena 3
Daniela Mercury
Djavan
Gabriel, o Pensador
Jota Quest
Michel Teló
Restart
Simone & Simaria
Tribalistas
Vanessa da Mata
Carlinhos Brown 2
Claudia Leitte
Karol Conka
Maria Rita
Rouge
Seu Jorge
Vanessa Rangel
Pretinho da Serrinha


João Gomes
Iza

Performances

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Year Performers (Chronologically)
2010
  • Bombay Bicycle Club
  • Caetano Veloso and Maria Gadú
  • Cine and Lu Alone
  • Victor & Léo e Claudia Leitte
  • Skank and Nando Reis
  • Copacabana Club
  • Negra Li, Maria Gadú and Ana Carolina
2011
  • Thiaguinho, Ivete Sangalo, Jair Rodrigues and Jau
  • Jota Quest, Monique Kessous and Hyldon
  • Paula Fernandes
  • NX Zero
  • Fiuk
  • Léo Jaime
  • Pitty, Odair José and Fernando Catatau
  • Zeca Pagodinho and Jorge Ben Jor
2012
  • Capital Inicial and Selvagens à Procura de Lei
  • Gaby Amarantos, Lia Sophia and Felipe Cordeiro
  • Ana Carolina and Jesuton
  • Thiaguinho and Walmir Borges
  • Erasmo Carlos and Filhos da Judith
  • Paula Fernandes, Michel Teló and Patrícia & Adriana
  • Arnaldo Antunes, Nando Reis and O Terno
  • Maria Gadú and Dani Black
  • Agridoce and Cícero
  • Ivete Sangalo and Filhos de Jorge
  • Ivete Sangalo and Paulo Gustavo
2013
  • Anitta
  • Ivete Sangalo
  • Marcelo D2 and Cone Crew Diretoria
  • Naldo Benny
  • Paula Fernandes and Zezé di Camargo & Luciano
  • Sorriso Maroto
  • Thiaguinho and Péricles
  • Caetano Veloso and Emicida
  • Skank
  • Silva, Lucas Santtana and Wado
2014
  • Anitta
  • Daniela Mercury
  • Dinho Ouro Preto
  • Emicida
  • Gabriel, o Pensador and Negra Li
  • Ivete Sangalo
  • Lucas Silveira
  • Léo Santana
  • MC Buchecha
  • MC Marcinho
  • MC Nandinho
  • Projota
  • Psirico
  • Terra Samba
  • É o Tchan!
2015
  • Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil
  • Péricles
  • Thiaguinho
  • Diogo Nogueira
  • Arlindo Cruz
  • Alcione
  • Mosquito
  • Zeca Pagodinho
  • Xande de Pilares
  • Teresa Cristina
  • Jorge Aragão
  • Márcio Victor
  • Pablo do Arrocha
  • Ludmilla, Mr Catra and Latino
  • Anitta, Ivete SAngalo, Ana Cañas, Ana Carolina, Maria Gadú and Gal Costa
  • Gusttavo Lima
  • Marcos & Belutti
  • Lucas Lucco
2016
  • Jota Quest and Anitta
  • Wesley Safadão
  • Ludmilla
  • Simone & Simaria
  • Paula Fernandes
  • Luan Santana
  • Luan Santana and Ivete Sangalo
  • Ivete Sangalo
  • Nego do Borel
  • Tiago Iorc
  • Anitta
  • Joelma
  • Marcos & Belutti
  • Lucas Lucco
  • Thiaguinho
  • Ney Matogrosso
  • Dennis DJ, MC Nandinho and Nego Bam
2017
  • Karol Conká and Ludmilla
  • Nego do Borel
  • Maiara & Maraisa
  • Luan Santana
  • Anavitória
  • Matheus & Kauan
  • Simone & Simaria
  • Pabllo Vittar
  • Marília Mendonça
  • Thiaguinho
  • Projota
  • Iza
  • Anitta
  • Marília Mendonça and Maiara & Maraisa
  • Simone & Simaria and Anitta
2018
  • Anitta
  • Kevinho
  • Ferrugem and Sorriso Maroto
  • Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano and Daniel
  • MC Kekel
  • Pabllo Vittar
  • Jorge & Mateus
  • Samuel Rosa, Paulo Miklos, Dinho Ouro Preto, João Barone, Digão, Liminha, Marcelo Lobato and PJ
  • Iza
  • BaianaSystem
  • Luan Santana
  • Tribalistas
  • Ivete Sangalo
2019
  • Iza and Ivete Sangalo
  • Anitta, Kevinho, MC Zaac and Tropkillaz
  • Márcia Fellipe and Jerry Smith
  • Zé Neto & Cristiano
  • Léo Santana
  • Melim
  • Ludmilla
  • Marília Mendonça
  • Baco Exu do Blues and Péricles
  • Marília Mendonça and Anitta
2020
2021
2022

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