2020 RAP RECORDING OF THE YEAR | Classified | | The JUNO Awards
JUNO WEEK 2020
Sunday, March 15, 2020
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Multi-platinum hip-hop legend Classified (a.k.a. Luke Boyd) released his 16th studio album Tomorrow Could Be The Day Things Change on Oct 12, 2018. The album draws attention to a number of important topics and issues facing Canadians, and features other Canadian talents like Tory Lanez on ‘Cold Love’, Anjulie on ‘Changes’, and an all-star Nova Scotian cast on the track ‘Super Nova Scotian’.”

The single “10 Years” put Classified back on the Canadian CHR Top 40 Chart, peaking at #24. In support of the album, Classified teamed up with fellow Canadian legends Mastro Fresh Wes and Choclair for a Coast to Coast Canadian tour. At the 2019 East Coast Music Awards, Classified was awarded 4 wins out of 6 nominations, including Album of the Year and Video of the Year.

Classified is one of Canada’s most influential hip-hop artists, boasting more than 150 million streams globally, 4 platinum singles, 3 Gold albums as well as 24 nominations and eight wins between the MuchMusic Video Awards, JUNO Awards, and the East Coast Music Awards.