Baker Boy & Mojo Juju lead winners at National Indigenous Music Awards

Australia’s biggest celebration of First Nations music, the National Indigenous Music Awards (NIMA) has just wrapped up its celebrations of another massive year in Australian music tonight at Darwin’s iconic Ampitheatre, with Baker Boy and Mojo Juju bringing home the big awards.

Baker Boy walked home with the Artist Of The Year award, which follows his success as Young Australian of The Year. Leading a new generation of Indigenous musicians with his infectious and undeniably catchy hit singles ‘In Control’, ‘Cool As Hell’ and ‘Mr La Di Da Di’, he also took to the stage for a surprise performance of his enchanting single ‘Black Magic’ during triple j Unearthed winner Dallas Woods’ set.

Watch the joyous and effortlessly fun video for Baker Boy’s ‘In Control’ below:

Mojo Juju was the night’s other big winner, taking some the Song of the Year and Album of the Year awards for her incredibly defiant and undeniably epic project Native Tongue.



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