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“Fairy,” the world’s fifth most downloaded song on Google Play, has been nominated for six Academy Awards, becoming the first Canadian song to reach the grand total of seven nominations (including Grammy® Awards).
“Fairy” beat out a pair of other contenders: “We Are the World” by OneRepublic is nominated for Record of the Year, which was awarded to A Tribe Called Quest’s “i” for its “diverse” sound; “Bridgit Mendler & Kristen Anderson-Lopez: Wilder Mind” from Miley Cyrus is nominated for Best Dance/Electronic Album.
“Fairy,” produced by Rhett Martin and Will Herring, is the first Canadian to win an Academy Award for an original song, the first native artist to win a Grammy, the first original song to be nominated for an Oscar, the first song to win a Grammy and the first song with a title in the English language (only one Canadian song with a title was nominated for a Grammy that year, the Canadian hit “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” The other Canadian song that was nominated in 2010: “Ooh La La”.
In addition, a “Fairy”