Heize

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Heize
장다혜
Heize 2019.jpg
Heize in April 2019
Born
Jang Da-hye

(1991-08-09) August 9, 1991 (age 30)
Daegu, South Korea
Education Pukyong National University
Occupation
  • Singer
  • rapper
  • songwriter
  • composer
  • producer
Musical career
Genres
InstrumentsVocals
Years active2014–present
Labels
Website Heize Official Artist Page
Korean name
Hangul
장다혜
Hanja
張多蕙
Revised Romanization Jang Da-hye
McCune–Reischauer Chang Tahye

Variety shows

YearTitleNetworkRoleNotesRef.
2015 Unpretty Rapstar 2 Mnet Contestant
2019 Two Yoo Project Sugar Man JTBC HostSeason 3

Radios

YearTitleNetworkRoleNotesRef.
2019Heize's Diary NAVER Now Host

Awards and nominations

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, category, nominee of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremonyYearCategoryNominee / workResultRef.
Asia Artist Awards 2021Female Solo Singer Popularity AwardHeizeNominated [22]
Brand Customer Loyalty Awards2020Most Influential R&B/Soul ArtistWon
Brand of the Year Awards2020R&B Soul ArtistWon
2021Female VocalistWon [23]
BreakTudo Awards2019K-pop Solo ArtistNominated [24]
Gaon Chart Music Awards 2017Song of the Year – July"And July"Nominated
Song of the Year – December"Star"Nominated
2018Song of the Year – June"Don't Know You"Nominated
"You, Clouds, Rain"Nominated
R&B Discovery of the YearHeizeWon
2019Song of the Year – March"Didn't Know Me"Nominated
"Jenga"Nominated
2020Artist of the Year – Digital Music (July)"We Don't Talk Together"Nominated
2022 Artist of the Year – Digital Music (May)"Happen"Nominated
Genie Music Awards 2018 Artist of the YearHeizeNominated
Song of the Year"Jenga"Nominated
Best Female Vocal PerformanceWon
Best Female SoloHeizeNominated
Genie Music Popularity AwardNominated
2019The Female Solo ArtistNominated
Golden Disc Awards 2018 Digital Daesang"You, Clouds, Rain"Nominated
Digital BonsangWon
Global Popularity AwardHeizeNominated
2019 Popularity AwardNominated
Digital Bonsang"Jenga"Nominated
2022 Digital Song Bonsang"Happen"Won [25]
Seezn Most Popular Artist Award"Heize"Nominated [26]
Korea Popular Music Awards2018Best Ballad"Jenga"Nominated
Korean Culture and Entertainment Awards2016K-Pop Singer AwardHeizeWon
Korean Music Awards 2019Best Pop Song"Jenga"Nominated
Melon Music Awards 2017 Artist of the YearHeizeNominated
Top 10 ArtistsWon
Kakao Hot Star AwardNominated
2018 Top 10 ArtistsNominated
Best Rap/Hip Hop Award"Jenga"Nominated
Best OST"Would Be Better"Nominated
2019 Top 10 ArtistsHeizeWon [27]
Artist of the YearNominated
Best R&B/Soul"We Don't Talk Together"Won
2021 Album of the YearHappenNominated [28]
Song of the Year"Happen"Nominated
Top 10 Artist AwardHeizeWon
Best Female ArtistNominated
Mnet Asian Music Awards 2017 Best Female ArtistNominated
Best HipHop & Urban Music"Don't Know You"Won
Best Vocal Performance – Solo"You, Clouds, Rain"Won
Song of the YearNominated
2018 Best Female ArtistHeizeNominated
Artist of the YearNominated
Best Vocal Performance – Solo"Didn't Know Me"Won
Song of the YearNominated
Best HipHop & Urban Music"Jenga"Nominated
Song of the YearNominated
2019 Best Female ArtistHeizeNominated [29]
Artist of the YearNominated
Best Collaboration"We Don't Talk Together"Nominated
Song of the YearNominated
Best HipHop & Urban Music"She's Fine"Won
Song of the YearNominated
Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10HeizeNominated
2021 Best Female ArtistNominated [30]
Artist of the Year Nominated [31]
Worldwide Fan's Choice Top 10Nominated
Song of the Year "Happen"Nominated
Best Vocal Performance Nominated
Seoul Music Awards 2018Bonsang AwardHeizeNominated
Popularity AwardNominated
Hallyu Special AwardNominated
2019Bonsang AwardNominated
Popularity AwardNominated
Hallyu Special AwardNominated
2021 OST Award"Midnight"Nominated
2022 Bonsang AwardHeizeWon [32]
Popularity AwardNominated
Hallyu Popularity AwardNominated
Sports DongA Awards 2017National Pension AwardWon

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