Rain on me nominations for Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande at the MTV Video Music Awards 2020, which will feature new categories focused on live performances and music videos created at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Gaga and Grande received nine nominations each, including a video of the year for their hit №1 for dancing. Rain on Me also competes for Song of the Year, Best Collaboration, Best Pop, Best Cinematography, Best Visual Effects and Best Choreography.
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Billy Ailish and The Weeknd, the second most nominated act with six, are also ready for video of the year with “Everything I Wanted”
The VMA will be broadcast live on Aug. 30 from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn and the New York government. Andrew Cuomo said last month that “the event will follow all safety guidelines, including limited or no audiences.” This year, the show introduces two new categories that reflect the current time of the pandemic: the best music video from home and the best quarantine performance.
Grand and Justin Bieber’s hit №1 “Stuck with U” will compete for the best home music video, along with Drake’s “Toosie Slide”, “John Legend’s Greater Love”, 5 seconds from the summer “Wildflower” “, Blink-182” Happy Days “And twenty-one pilots” Level of concern “, which topped the Billboard rock songs chart for seven weeks and includes the lyrics,” Will you be my little quarantine? “
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R&B duo Chloe x Halle, who successfully promoted their new album during the pandemic with impressive live performances, mostly on their tennis court and outside their new home, were nominated for Best Quarantine Performance for “Do It” by the virtual ball MTV’s “prom prom”. Other nominees include Gaga’s “Smile” from the special TV movie “One World: Together at Home”; Legend’s #togetherathome concert; “DJ D-Nice’s MTV Club presents #DanceTogether”; “MTV Unplugged At Home” by CNCO, and Poch Malone in honor of Nirvana.
In addition to the pandemic, protest songs reflecting the dark experience created after the deaths of George Floyd, Breona Taylor, Ahmo Arbury and others also won VMA nominations. The star of R&B “I can’t breathe”, “Lock” by Anderson.Paak and “The Bigger Picture” by Lil Baby, all nominated in the video for a good category.
Swift, who released a surprise album last week, will also be competing for a video with her good song about sexism, “The Man.” She scored five nominations overall, while Drake, Dua Lipa, J. Balvin and Bieber won four nominations each.
Megan Thee Stallion and DaBaby – who both released №1 pop hits this year – won three nods each, including performer of the year offers. Their competition includes Gaga, Bieber, The Weeknd and Post Malone.
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BTS, Harry Styles, Roddy Rich, Post Malone, Future, Carol G and Dodge Cat – who topped the charts this year with her hit, produced by Dr. Luca “Say So”, also won three nods each. From Thursday to August 23, fans can vote for VMA winners in 15 gender-neutral categories.