Beyonce Scores Highest with 11 Nominations at Music Video Awards by MTV


MTV reveals the full list lf nominations for Its Video Music Awards. And as you would have thought there are a few contestants that receive multiple nods for their unbeatable performances.

The lead goes to Beyonce who is feeling herself on the top of the world after being honored with 11 nominations at Video Music awards of prestigious music channel MTV. Being nominated for these categories is the most honorable price for her new album which did a record breaking business in the USA as well as worldwide.

The second big number of nominations goes to Adele, the British songstress who stands as second with 8 nods for her solo track "Hello", which is the most hit song of her latest album “25". The most interesting thing about Adele's nominations is that seven of those are for her song that came up in 2015 and was her comeback song after a three-year hiatus.  

The 28-year-old is in a tough rivalry in the top category where her video will struggle against ‘Formation’ by Beyonce, and ‘Sorry’ by Justin Bieber. In addition to the competitors to the top category, Drake and Kanye West are also running in the same race.

Drake's track landed six nominations while Ariana Grande also highlights her presence at the ceremony with five categories. Then it comes to Rihaana who received four nominations in the competition.

The award ceremony will be held on August, 28, 2016 in the lavish atmosphere of Madison Square Garden and music fans have a chance to vote their favorite contender by visiting vma.mtv.com.

MTV unveiled the complete list of contestants in a live broadcast on its official Facebook page on July, 26, 2016 from New York. And the nominations for MTV Music Awards look like the following:

Video of the Year:


Adele for ‘Hello’
Beyonce for ‘ Formation’
Drake  for ‘Hotline Bling’
Justin Bieber for ‘Sorry’
Kanye West for ‘Famous’

Best Female Video:


Adele for  ‘Hello’
Beyonce for ‘Hold Up’
Sia  for’ Cheap Thrills’
Ariana Grande for ‘Into You’
Rihanna featuring Drake for ‘ Work’ (short version)

Best Male Video:


Drake for ‘Hotline Bling’
Bryson Tiller for ‘Don’t’
Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna for ‘This Is What You Came For’
Kanye West for ‘Famous’
The Weeknd for ‘Can’t Feel My Face’

Best Collaboration:


Beyonce featuring Kendrick Lamar for ‘Freedom’
Fifth Harmony featuring Ty Dolla $ign for‘ Work From Home’
Ariana Grande featuring Lil Wayne for ‘Let Me Love You’
Calvin Harris featuring Rihanna for ‘This Is What You Came For’
Rihanna featuring Drake for ‘Work’ (short version)

Best Hip Hop Video: 


Drake for ‘Hotline Bling’
DESIIGNER for ‘Panda’
Bryson Tiller for ‘Don’t’
Chance The Rapper for ‘Angels’
2 Chainz for ‘Watch Out’

Best Pop Video:


Adele for ‘Hello’
Beyonce for ‘Formation’
Justin Bieber for ‘Sorry’
Alessia Cara for ‘Wild Things’
Ariana Grande for ‘Into You’

Best Rock Video:


All Time Low for ‘Missing You’
Coldplay for ‘Adventure of a Lifetime’
Fall out Boy featuring Demi Lovato for ‘Irresistible’
Twenty one pilots for ‘Heathens’
Panic! At The Disco for ‘Victorious’

Best Electronic Video:


Calvin Harris & Disciples for ‘How Deep Is Your Love’
99 Souls featuring Destiny’s Child & Brandy for ‘The Girl Is Mine’
Mike Posner for ‘I Took A Pill In Ibiza’
Afrojack for ‘SummerThing!’
The Chainsmokers featuring Daya for ‘Don’t Let Me Down’

Breakthrough Long Form Video:


Florence and The Machine for ‘The Odyssey’
Beyonce for ‘Lemonade’
Justin Bieber for ‘Purpose: The Movement’
Chris Brown for ‘Royalty’
Troye Sivan for ‘Blue Neighbourhood Trilogy’

Best New Artist:


Bryson Tiller
DESIIGNER
Zara Larsson
Lukas Graham
DNCE

Best Art Direction:


Beyonce for ‘Hold Up’
Fergie for ‘M.I.L.F. $’
Drake for ‘Hotline Bling’
David Bowie for ‘Blackstar’
Adele for ‘Hello’

Best Choreography:


Beyonce for ‘Formation’
Missy Elliott featuring Pharrell for ‘Where They From’
Beyonce for ‘Sorry’
FKA Twigs for ‘M3LL155X’
Florence and The Machine for ‘Delilah’

Best Direction:


Beyonce for ‘Formation’
Coldplay for ‘Up & Up’
Adele for ‘Hello’
David Bowie for ‘Lazarus’
Tame Impala for ‘The Less I Know The Better’

Best Cinematography:


Beyonce for ‘Formation’
Adele for ‘Hello’
David Bowie for ‘Lazarus’
Alesso for ‘I Wanna Know’
Ariana Grande for ‘Into You’

Best Editing:


Beyonce for ‘Formation’
Adele for ‘Hello’
Fergie for ‘M.I.L.F. $’
David Bowie for ‘ Lazarus’
Ariana Grande for ‘Into You’

Best Visual Effects:


Coldplay for ‘ Up &Up’
FKA Twigs for ‘M3LL155X’
Adele for ‘Send My Love (To Your New Lover)’
The Weeknd for ‘Can’t Feel My Face’
Zayn for ‘PILLOWTALK’
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