Dedication Music Award

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Dedicated Music Award
Awarded forThe discoveries and creations contributed to the richness and development of Viet Nam pop music life.
CountryFlag of Vietnam.svg  Vietnam
Presented by Sports and Culture  [ vi ]
First awarded2005
Most awards Tùng Dương
Television/radio coverage
Network VTV1/VTV6 (2005—present)

Dedicated Music Award (Vietnamese: Giải thưởng Âm nhạc Cống hiến) is an annual music award presented by Sports and Culture  [ vi ], a prestigious entertaining newspaper in Viet Nam, to recognize the discoveries and creations contributed to the richness and development of Viet Nam pop music life. This award is considered as an "Grammy Award" in Vietnamese music. [1] [2] [3] The first ceremony was held in 2005, with the original name "Pre-Dedicated Music Award". [4]

Vietnamese language official and national language of Vietnam

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