Drake starts his set by recreating his recently revealed album art while performing “Hold On, We’re Going Home” and then transitions into “Started From The Bottom”. Barring any further setbacks, Nothing Was The Same will be in stores September 24th.
With a couple of moon men already in hand, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis take to the stage with Mary Lambert and Jennifer Hudson to perform their current platinum selling single, “Same Love”. Their Best Hip-Hop video acceptance speech below.
13 years ago Justin made his solo debut on stage at the Video Music Awards and tonight he comes full circle as he was honored with the Video Vanguard Award. Prior to receiving the award he ran through an extensive medley of his hits before reuniting with the members of NSYNC to perform “Bye, Bye, Bye”. His Vanguard and Video of the Year Award after the jump.
With the second Beats By Dre commercial of the day we get the announcement that fans around the world have been waiting for. Eminem is returning with The Marshall Mathers LP 2 on November 5 and it will be executive produced by Dr. Dre and Rick Rubin. Look for the first single, “Berzerk” this Tuesday August 27. UPDATE: Second commercial we get to hear an extended preview of Em’s new single “Berzerk”.
‘Ye kept the censors on their toes during a spirited performance of “Blood on the Leaves” tonight. Below he explains the significance of the photo he used as the background for his set.
MTV held their annual VMAs tonight at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Above Miley brought her twerk skills with her single, “We Can’t Stop”. Afterwards, Robin Thicke hit the stage for “Blurred Lines” and “Give It 2 Me (Remix)” with 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar. Twerk, Miley.
For their latest commercial the folks over at Beats By Dre links up with 2 Chainz to “destroy bad sound”. The clip stars 2 Chainz and features a preview of his Drake and Lil Wayne assisted track “I Do It”, which is featured on the rapper’s sophomore album. B.O.A.T.S. 2: Me Time. drops September 10.