HONG KONG - G-Dragon was the biggest winner at the Mnet Asian Music Awards 2013 in Hong Kong last Friday, bagging four awards including Artist of the Year.
The Big Bang leader also won in the Best Male Artist, Best Dance Performance - Male Solo and Best Music Video categories, but lost out on the Album of the Year award to popular boy group EXO.
Singer Cho Yong Pil's Bounce won the award for song of the year.
Other winners on the night were Crayon Pop for Best New Female Artist, Infinite for Best Male Group and Girls' Generation for Best Female Group.
The ceremony saw performances from groups like Big Bang, EXO and Norwegian viral sensation Ylvis.
Music legend Stevie Wonder capped the night with a rendition of I Just Called To Say I Love You, accompanied by Hong Kong star Aaron Kwok and Hyolyn from girl group Sistar, followed by some of his classic songs.
Full list of winners:
Best New Female Artist: Crayon Pop
Best New Male Artist: Roy Kim
Best Female Artist: Lee Hyori
Best Male Artist: G-Dragon
Best Female Group: Girls' Generation
Best Male Group: Infinite
Best Dance Performance - Female Group: Sistar for Give It To Me
Best Dance Performance - Male Group: Shinee for Dream Girl
Best Dance Performance - Female Solo: CL for The Baddest Female
Best Dance Performance - Male Solo: G-Dragon for Crooked
Best Vocal Performance - Female: Ailee for U&I
Best Vocal Performance - Male: Lee Seung Gi for Return
Best Band Performance: Busker Busker for First Love
Best Rap Performance: Dynamic Duo for BAAAM
Best OST: Yoon Mi Rae for Touch Love
Best Music Video: G-Dragon for Coup D'etat
Artist of the Year: G-Dragon
Song of the Year: Cho Yong Pil for Bounce
Album of the Year: EXO for XOXO
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