Tosha Owens, Eminem, Stevie Speculate gain massive at Detroit New music Awards

Yoshiko Yap
Tosha Owens

Jazz-soul singer Tosha Owens led the slate of winners Sunday night at the 31st Detroit New music Awards, using 3 honors across multiple genres.

Owens took excellent blues artist, rock-pop recording (“Love Much more, Loathe Less” with Bob Mervak) and vocalist in the streaming ceremony, the show’s third 12 months as an on the web-only celebration.

In the national field, Alice Cooper took exceptional key label recording for “Detroit Tales,” the Motor City native’s old-college blast of hard rock. Stevie Wonder’s pandemic-lockdown collaboration with Elton John (“Finish Line”) was awarded outstanding countrywide solitary, although Eminem’s “Tone-Deaf” took the gain for important-budget video clip.

Alongside with Owens, several winners included two-trophy recipients Laith Al-Saadi, the Detroit Children’s Choir, Jill Jack, Liz Larin and Gayelynn McKinney & McKinnfolk and Sponge.

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