The most successful Dutch-language song of all time in Flanders and the Netherlands also wins the MIA for hit of the year. The number was less than 67 weeks in the Flemish Top ten. “It is an honour to be here as a Dutch band. I have very few words for us,” says the singer of the BAND, which is the number followed by live play.Best group: Bazart
In 2018, brought the boys of Bazart their long-awaited second album. “We are not the best group without a team behind us. We want to especially thank the audience for their cheering does all the bad reviews transcend.” Hooverphonic, Blackwave and Black Box Revelation were left with empty hands behind.Best Pop: Niels Destadsbader
Only Bazart knew in this category to win with Dutch music. Niels thanked his audience in the West-Flemish. “The cafébaas of my favorite cafe in Deerlijk had been promised a vessel to give as I celebrate MIA's won, so here it is: ‘A barrel, a barrel, a barrel’”, sang Destadsbader. Angèle, Milo Meskens and Oscar and the Wolf bites into the sand.Best Dance: Lost Frequencies
The Brussels-based DJ was not the presence but left a video message behind, which he and his fans thanked. It is his fourth MIA. Lost Frequencies won for Regi, Charlotte White and Soulwax.Best female artist: Angèle
Angèle received the award from the hands of coach Roberto Martinez. “I am very proud, because you know that I am in the French sing. This price makes me feel that I am Belgian, that makes me so proud.” They won the prize for Axelle Red, Coely and Emma Bale.