Urban artist Natasja posthumously won four Danish Music Awards at the 20th annual DMA show, held Feb. 23 in Copenhagen.

The young artist, who died in a car accident last July, took awards for best album, female vocalist, urban album and songwriter for the set "I Danmark Er Jeg Født."

Dúné nabbed statues for band and new act, and best rock album for "We Are In There You Are Out Here."

Iceberg Records CEO Manfred Zähringer, who signed and discovered the young seven-piece band, comments, "It's a huge experience, especially considering the fact of their youth and that it's their debut album."

Copenhagen Records' Alphabeat won best pop album for the band's eponymous album, and their single "10,000 Nights Of Thunder" won for best track.

Thomas Troelsen won for male vocalist and producer for his work with Private's "My Secret Lover" (Universal).

Universal made a clean sweep in the three international categories. Amy Winehouse's "Back To Black" won best album, and labelmate Mika grabbed the award for best new act. "The Way," by Timbaland vs Nephew, took honors for the year's hit, based upon Nielsen playlist ratings. Playground walked away with seven of the 22 awards.

Most of the awards were determined by a jury of music industry and media persons, while more specific genres such as urban, childrens, artwork and video were chosen by special juries.

The IFPI Denmark-sponsored ceremony was Web cast live on YouTube.