Today, (August 21) MTV announced that Drake will perform his VMA nominated single “Started From the Bottom.” This will mark the first time he will sing the track live on television.
At this year’s MTV Video Music Awards, fans might not only see performances from the likes of Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Kanye West, but the reunion of *NSYNC.
The man in the suit and tie and the duo who buys clothes at thrift shops are the leaders at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.
Taylor Swift ditched her signature sundress and Nicki Minaj shocked in a jumpsuit. Who wore it best?
The boy band wins over Justin Bieber and RiRi continues to assert her staying power at this year’s VMA’s.
One Direction walked away with three Moonmen, Chris Brown and M.I.A. each earned two, and Rihanna landed the biggest fish: Video of the Year.
A$AP Rocky, who collaborated with Rihanna on the remix of “Cockiness (Love It),” is gearing up to perform at MTV’s VMAs tonight durring Rihanna’s opening set. While he is rising star in the hip-hop world, the Harlem-bred rapper is sure to reach a new wave of Rocky fans with his high profile spot on the bill.
With MTV’s Video Music Awards airing tonight against the Democratic National Convention, host Kevin Hart has his work cut out for him. The funnyman host of the VMAs recently revealed his plans for an action-packed evening.
The MTV Video Music Award nominations are out, and Rihanna and Drake are leading the pack with five nominations each.
Pusha T’s lyrical assault “Exodus 23:1” has stirred the pot. It’s certainly gotten the attention of Lil Wayne, who returned serve with the sneering “Ghoulish” as well as Toronto rap heartthrob Drake. But according to the track’s producer Rico Beats, he had little idea that the song was going to be directed at the Young Money crew.