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2018 Grammis Awards
Awarded for Recognize and reward artists, musicians and creative people who have achieved interesting works in various fields of music during the year
Date 1969 (1969)–1972 (1972)
1987 (1987)–present
Country Sweden
Presented by International Federation of the Phonographic Industry Sweden
First awarded 1969 (1969)

The Grammis are Swedish music awards. Some in Sweden consider the Grammis the Swedish equivalent of the Grammy Awards. The awards ceremony is generally held each year in February in Stockholm. The awards were established in 1969 and awarded until 1972 when they were cancelled, then revived in 1987.

The awards are presented by IFPI Sweden, along with the Expressen newspaper.

Categories awarded

  • Song of the Year
  • Album of the Year
  • Artist of the Year
  • Children's Album of the Year
  • Classical Ensemble of the Year
  • Classical Soloist of the Year
  • Composer of the Year
  • Folk Music of the Year
  • Hard Rock / Metal of the Year
  • Hip Hop/Soul of the Year
  • Innovator of the Year
  • Jazz of the Year
  • Lyrics Composer of the Year
  • Music DVD of the Year
  • New Artist of the Year
  • Pop Group of the Year
  • Pop Artist (Male) of the Year
  • Pop Artist (Female) of the Year
  • Producer of the Year
  • Rock Group of the Year
  • Schlager/Dansband of the Year
  • Song Lyrics Composer of the Year
  • Best International Artist
  • Open Category

List of winners

Song of the Year[1]


  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  • Grammis Awards
  • 2010 Swedish Grammis, the winners

External links

  • Grammis (in Swedish)
  • IFPI: Grammis (in Swedish)
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