Here Are The 2015 MTV Video Music Award Nominees

Video of the Year

    

Beyoncé — “7/11”
Ed Sheeran — “Thinking Out Loud”
Taylor Swift — “Bad Blood” (ft. Kendrick Lamar)
Mark Ronson — “Uptown Funk” (ft. Bruno Mars)
Kendrick Lamar — “Alright”

Best Male Video

    

Ed Sheeran — “Thinking Out Loud”
Big Sean — “I Don’t Fuck With You”
Nick Jonas — “Chains”
The Weeknd — “Earned It”
Kendrick Lamar — “Alright”

Best Female Video

   

Beyoncé — “7/11”
Taylor Swift — “Blank Space”
Sia — “Elastic Heart”
Ellie Goulding — “Love Me Like You Do”
Nicki Minaj — “Anaconda”

Best Rock Video

    

Hozier — “Take Me to Church”
Fall Out Boy — “Centuries”
Florence and the Machine — “Ship to Wreck”
Walk the Moon — “Shut Up and Dance”
Arctic Monkeys — “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?”

Best Hip-Hop Video

    

Fetty Wap — “Trap Queen”
Nicki Minaj — “Anaconda”
Kendrick Lamar — “Alright”
Wiz Khalifa — “See You Again” (ft. Charlie Puth)
Big Sean — “I Don’t Fuck With You”

Best Pop Video

    

Beyonce — “7/11”
Ed Sheeran — “Thinking Out Loud”
Mark Ronson — “Uptown Funk” (ft. Bruno Mars)
Taylor Swift — “Blank Space”
Maroon 5 — “Sugar”

Best Collaboration

    

Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar — “Bad Blood”
Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars — “Uptown Funk”
Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth — “See You Again”
Ariana Grande and The Weeknd — “Love Me Harder”
Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj — “Bang Bang”

Best Video With a Social Message

    

Jennifer Hudson — “I Still Love You”
Colbie Caillat — “Try”
Big Sean — “One Man Can Change the World”
Rihanna — “American Oxygen”
Wale — “The White Shoes”

Artist to Watch

       

Fetty Wap — “Trap Queen”
Vance Joy — “Riptide”
George Ezra — “Budapest”
James Bay — “Hold Back the River”
FKA Twigs — “Pendulum”

Best Choreography

    

Beyoncé — “7/11”
OK GO — “I Won’t Let You Down”
Chet Faker — “Gold”
Ed Sheeran — “Don’t”
Flying Lotus — “Never Catch Me” (ft. Kendrick Lamar)

Best Art Direction

     

The Chemical Brothers — “Go”
Jack White — “Would You Fight For My Love”
Skrillex & Diplo — “Where Are Ü Now” (ft. Justin Bieber)
Snoop Dogg — “So Many Pros”
Taylor Swift — “Bad Blood” (ft. Kendrick Lamar)

Best Direction

    

Childish Gambino — “Sober”
Hozier — “Take Me to Church”
Kendrick Lamar — “Alright”
Mark Ronson — “Uptown Funk” (ft. Bruno Mars)
Taylor Swift — “Bad Blood” (ft. Kendrick Lamar)

Best Editing

      

A$AP Rocky — “L$D”
Beyonce — “7/11”
Ed Sheeran — “Don’t”
Skrillex & Diplo — “Where Are Ü Now” (ft. Justin Bieber)
Taylor Swift — “Bad Blood” (ft. Kendrick Lamar)

Best Cinematography

    

Alt-J — “Left Hand Free”
Ed Sheeran — “Thinking Out Loud”
FKA Twigs — “Two Weeks”
Flying Lotus — “Never Catch Me” (ft. Kendrick Lamar)
Taylor Swift — “Bad Blood” (ft. Kendrick Lamar)

Best Visual Effects

    

Childish Gambino — “Telegraph Ave”
FKA Twigs — “Two Weeks”
Skrillex & Diplo — “Where Are Ü Now” (ft. Justin Bieber)
Taylor Swift — “Bad Blood” (ft. Kendrick Lamar)
Tyler, The Creator — “Fucking Young/Death Camp”

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Best of the BET Awards 2015

Last night, (June 28), the BET awards celebrated its 20th anniversary.  The night was full of reunions and tributes making for some very interesting and amazing moments. Watch the best performances below.

Kendrick Lamar — Alright
Smokey Robinson Tribute Feat. Tori Kelly, Robin Thicke and Ne-Yo
Empire Cast

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Nicki Minaj Pumps Up Maroon 5’s ‘Sugar’ Remix

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The Maroon 5 and Nicki Minaj collaboration is sweet!

“I got them Now & Laters and Jolly Ranchers, too, it ain’t a question, but I got the answers, too/these shoes is Cavalli and the pants is, too, when I see him I’m strip like them dancers do/I’m a show them how to do it like them pamphlets do, show these girls how to do it, off campus, too/Yo, as long as you know he got the baddest, I’m flattered, I’m the only one that he answers to,” she raps.

Maroon’s hit song has already landed the No. 3 spot on the Hot 100 chart.

Nicki Minaj Releases Dramatic ‘The Pinkprint Movie’

A week after the release of her startlingly bare new record The Pinkprint Nicki Minaj released a short film to accompany a handful of the more dramatic tracks on the record, entitled The Pinkprint Movie.  Featuring “The Crying Game,” “Grand Piano,” and “I Lied,” the film paints a stark portrait of romantic dissolution over the course of its 16-minute narrative. It was directed by Taylor Cohen and Francesco Carrozzini.

Watch Nicki’s starring role up above in full.

Nicki Minaj Drops Personal Song “All Things Go”

Nicki Minaj unveiled the tracklist for The Pinkprint earlier this week and now she’s giving fans a taste of her new song, “All Things Go.”

The track has Minaj learning from her mistakes and hoping for a better future, apologizing to her family members for what she did or may not have done. Specifically talking about the loss of her little cousin.

“When all is said and done of what we’ve become,” she sings. “I just want you to know I did it for you. Listen Below

Minaj also plans to drop the new video for “Only” featuring Chris BrownDrake and Lil Wayne this week. It probably won’t leave people as angry as the song’s lyric video did. At least we hope.