With three awards each, newcomer female artists Robyn and Laleh dominated the 24th annual Swedish Grammis Awards, presented last night (Feb. 7) in Stockholm.

With three awards each, newcomer female artists Robyn and Laleh dominated the 24th annual Swedish Grammis Awards, presented last night (Feb. 7) in Stockholm.

Robyn's eponymous album on her own label Konichiwa Records (distributed by Bonnier Amigo Music Group) took album of the year, pop female artist of the year and composer of the year honors. She shared the composer award with Klas Åhlund.

Warner Music-signed Laleh won artist of the year, newcomer of the year and producer of the year for her self-titled debut.

Kent took rock group of the year for its album "Du & Jag DÖden" (RCA) and video of the year for the Adam Berg-directed "Dom Som FÖrsvann." Juju Records act Timbuktu was named hip-hop/soul act of the year and took out the lyrics of the year award. Darin won song of the year for "Money For Nothing" (Columbia) and ring signal of the year for "Step Up."

Bodies Without Organs took pop group of the year for its debut album "Prototype" (Capitol) and ABBA won music DVD of the year for "ABBA - The Movie" (Polar/Universal).

Stockholm Records founder Ola Håkansson received the honorary prize of the year for services to music.

The Grammis Gala is Sweden's oldest and most prestigious music prize. It is arranged and presented by the Swedish group of the IFPI.

The awards are decided by an industry panel selected by the Grammis committee, except the song of the year, which is chosen by public vote, and ring tone of the year, which is decided by Telia Sonera and Nokia.