This year's performances introduced a new era of young artists who are prioritizing the visual elements of their music and the veteran musicians who are passing the torch to them.
Confirmed artists set to perform include Olivia Rodrigo, Lorde, Foo Fighters, and more.
Ariana Grande hosts a quarantine slumber party for the ‘Positions’ remix visual.
The singer released the original version of Positions – her sixth studio album – back in October of last year, after previewing it with its title track.
The new remix marks Grande’s first time joining forces with Megan Thee Stallion and her second track with Doja Cat, who appears on Positions cut “Motive.”
This marks Grande’s first time joining forces with Megan Thee Stallion and her second track with Doja Cat, who appears on Positions cut 'Motive.'
The awards are set to stream on the platform on December 12 at 9 pm ET.
Next year's festival is set to take place in Dublin's Marlay Park from July 2 -4, with Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat and more also on the bill.
The much-anticipated new record includes collaborations with The Weeknd, Doja Cat and Ty Dolla $ign.
The pop star’s sixth studio album will follow 2019’s best-selling ‘Thank U, Next.’
The singer dropped a five-second clip of a melodic, wordless vocal harmony with the message "brb" on her Instagram and Twitter feeds.
The album ‘King’s Disease’ is set for release next Friday, August 21 via Mass Appeal/Def Jam.
The VMAs will broadcast live from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on August 30.
The track comes off the Miami duo’s newest album, ‘City On Lock.’
Helmed by Jeron Braxton, the visual is set in a vividly futuristic environment similar to that of 'Blade Runner.'