A decade ago, Ed Sheeran started a quest. He named his first album + ("Plus") and his 2014 follow-up x ("Multiply") as segment of a master plan. "'Multiply' was called 'Multiply' because it made everything that was on 'Plus' bigger," he told Entertainment Weekly in 2015. "From the venues to the songs to the radio plays to the sales. I don’t know what theme on the second album is nev..

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With the benefit of 12 hours of hindsight, it seems accurate to mention that no one had more fun at the 2021 VMAs than Lil Nas X. He went into the night with five nominations and left with three, including the show's top prize of Video of the Year. He brought his cinematic visions for both "Industry Baby" and "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" to life onstage with a dazzling performance..

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Last night, at the 2021 VMAs, Puerto Rico's Ozuna turned the complete stage at Brooklyn's Barclays Center into his own cosmic arcade. To bring his newest single "La Funka" to (far-out) life, the singer enlisted life-size teddy-bear backup dancers and also a panoramic view of the moon. It may would be read because the scope of the artist's ambitions. As he told MTV News ahead of the s..

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Each person else is playing catch-up to Justin Bieber. At the 2021 MTV VMAs, Bieber was crowned Artist of the Year, capping off an insurgent run that's noticed him releasing a new album, Justice, starring in Drake's "Popstar" video, and hitting No. 1 both with his infectious tune "Peaches" and his collab with The Kid Laroi, "Stay." And he was willing to meet the moment. Accepting hi..

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By Deepa Lakshmin because the sun went down over New York City Sunday night (September 12), Ed Sheeran cranked up the volume for his outdoor set at the 2021 VMAs. Under the stars in the shadow of a sweeping skyline, he debuted a no-frills rendition of his new song, “Shivers,” at Brooklyn Bridge Park. This efficiency sadly doesn’t involve a romantic meet-cute with actress AnnaS..

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Yet she could have kick-started her career as 1/2 of the R&B sister duo Chlöe X Halle, Chlöe proved she is willing to work it, work it, work it as an artist in her own right with her jaw-dropping, hip-shaking first efficiency of her debut solo single “Have Mercy” at Barclays Center throughout the 2021 MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday (September 12). Right after a heartfelt..

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Back in 2015, a male named Fabio Zaffagnini convinced 1,000 people in his hometown of Cesena, Italy, to pull off a seeming logistical nightmare: a mass simultaneous efficiency of Foo Fighters's indelible alt-rock hit "Learn to Fly," without any rehearsal. It worked, and the results are nothing short of inspirational. "A lot of people if they visualize the video mention it doesn't seem..

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although her fairy godparent Billy Porter was present at the 2021 Video Music Awards, Camila Cabello left her glass slippers at residence. This award show was a different sort of ball. The "Señorita" singer and Cinderella star is no stranger to the annual MTV awards show. In 2018, Cabello won Artist of the Year, and her hit song, "Havana" won Video of the Year. The following year..

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Normani brought the audience to the "Wild Side" throughout Sunday night's VMAs. The former Fifth Harmony member returned to the VMAs stage for the initial time since she dribbled and dunked while in "Motivation" on the 2019 awards show. Normani took to the stage this year and brought her new single, "Wild Side," to life as she showed off her moves, dancing around a white stage again..

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Alicia Keys truly has the range. While in the 2021 Video Music Awards on Sunday (September 12), the R&B legend took the stage with rapper Swae Lee at New York's Liberty State Park for an efficiency of their recent group effort, "Lala." Lee stepped out first amid a sea of cobalt blue-clad dancers, and Keys followed suit in a glistening, form-fitting sequined gown. Kevin Mazur/M..

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By Deepa Lakshmin On the heels of premiering his new music video for “La Funka,” Ozuna brought his talent to the 2021 VMAs on Sunday night (September 12). His big moment at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center opened with a giant claw machine in the shadow of spinning carousel as well as an audience of teddy bears. It wouldn’t be a Ozuna efficiency without them, right? However this is..

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you could call Lil Nas X by your name, or you could call him your 2021 Video of the Year winner. The "power bottom rapper" took house the best honor at the 2021 Video Music Awards on Sunday (September 12) for his fiery, unapologetically queer "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" visuals. He beat out some stiff competition to do so, including Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion ("WAP"), Do..

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