Fri. Apr 19th, 2024
alert-–-iheartradio-music-awards-2024-winners:-taylor-swift-thanks-fans-for-artist-of-the-year-victory-in-video-message-after-skipping-ceremony-while-beyonce-turns-up-in-cowgirl-glam-to-accept-innovator-honorsAlert – iHeartRadio Music Awards 2024 winners: Taylor Swift thanks fans for Artist of the Year victory in video message after SKIPPING ceremony while Beyonce turns up in cowgirl glam to accept Innovator honors

Beyoncé and Taylor Swift, two of music’s top stars, were among the big winners at Monday’s 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards stemming from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles.

Swift sent in a clip to Monday’s 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards to accept the honors for Artist of the Year, while Beyoncé was at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles to accept the honors for 2024 iHeart Radio Innovator on Monday.

Swift, 34, was nominated against Miley Cyrus, Drake, Jelly Roll, Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, Olivia Rodrigo, Shakira, SZA and Usher for the honors.

‘I want to say thank you so much to anyone who voted for this award,’ the singer-songwriter said in her speech, as she was seated in a room. ‘iHeart, you have just been so incredibly supportive over the course of my entire career.’

The Grammy-winner was coming off a busy weekend, as she and boyfriend Travis Kelce spent Easter Sunday in Pennsylvania before returning to Southern California Monday afternoon, arriving in Burbank at 1:30 p.m PT.

Beyonce, 42, and Taylor Swift, 34, two of the music businesses top stars, were among the big winners at Monday's 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards stemming from the Dolby Theater in LA

Swift sent in a clip to Monday's 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards to accept the honors for Artist of the Year

Beyonce, 42, and Taylor Swift, 34, two of the music businesses top stars, were among the big winners at Monday’s 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards stemming from the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles

The singer-songwriter was nominated against Miley Cyrus, Drake, Jelly Roll, Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, Olivia Rodrigo, Shakira, SZA and Usher for the honors

The singer-songwriter was nominated against Miley Cyrus, Drake, Jelly Roll, Luke Combs, Morgan Wallen, Olivia Rodrigo, Shakira, SZA and Usher for the honors 

Swift said that the past year ‘has been pretty spectacular’ and she’s ‘so grateful for that.’ 

The singer added, ‘To the fans, it’s completely up to you to choose how you spend your time, what concerts you want go to, what music you want to make the soundtrack to your life. 

‘To anyone who has included me in those choices, I’m so, so, so thankful for that.’ 

Swift said that she has ‘many exciting things ahead, as she continued on with The Eras Tour and has a new studio album called The Tortured Poets Department due out April 19.

‘I’m so proud of it,’ Swift said. ‘I cannot wait to share it with you. Thank you for voting for me for Artist of the Year. I can’t wait to keep having fun with you guys. We have a lot of exciting things coming up. Thank you so much.’

Beyoncé was presented with the honors by musical icon Stevie Wonder, 73, as she noted, ‘I’m honored to receive this recognition from you, Stevie Wonder – whenever anyone asks me if there’s anything I can listen to for the rest of my life, it’s always you – thank you, God bless you.

Beyoncé opened up on the methods of being an innovator in her speech.

‘Call me an innovator and I’m grateful,’ she said. ‘Innovation starts with a dream. Then you have to execute that dream. That road can be very bumpy. Being even innovator is seeing what everyone believes is impossible.

‘It means being criticized often, which often will test your mental strength.’

The Grammy-winner was coming off a busy weekend, as she and boyfriend Travis Kelce spent Easter Sunday in Pennsylvania before returning to Southern California Monday afternoon , arriving in Burbank at 1:30 p.m PT

The Grammy-winner was coming off a busy weekend, as she and boyfriend Travis Kelce spent Easter Sunday in Pennsylvania before returning to Southern California Monday afternoon , arriving in Burbank at 1:30 p.m PT 

Beyoncé was presented with the honors by musical icon Stevie Wonder, 73

Beyoncé was presented with the honors by musical icon Stevie Wonder, 73 

The superstar songstress beamed as she donned a black leather Western ensemble

The superstar songstress beamed as she donned a black leather Western ensemble 

Beyoncé said that 'being an innovator is leaning on faith and trusting God will catch you and guide you'

Beyoncé said that ‘being an innovator is leaning on faith and trusting God will catch you and guide you’

She added that ‘being an innovator is leaning on faith and trusting God will catch you and guide you,’ and that she hopes people ‘are more open to the joy and liberation that comes from enjoying art with no preconceived notions.’

The Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) artist dedicated the iHeart honors ‘to all the innovators who have dedicated their lives and their art to creating shifts.’

She cited Wonder, as well as late performers such as Prince, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson and Sister Rosetta Tharpe as inspirational artists ‘who defied any label placed upon them,’ adding, ‘Thank you for executing your dream so we could all follow.

Beyoncé wrapped up her speech in thanking her team at her company Parkwood Entertainment, her husband Jay-Z, 54, and their ‘three beautiful children’ – Blue Ivy, 12, and Sir and Rumi, six – who she said are her ‘inspiration’ and ‘biggest blessing.’

Ice Spice took home the honors for Best New Hip-Hop Artist to kick off Monday’s 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards.

‘Thank you guys so much – this is such an honor,’ the New York City native, 24, said in her acceptance speech at the ceremony.

The musical artist, whose full name is Isis Naija Gaston, continued, ‘I usually don’t know what to say up here – today feels different.

The Barbie World rapper paid tribute to her supporters in accepting the honors: ‘I just want to tell all my fans, I love you so, so much – you guys are the best fanbase ever. Thank you for real. Without you guys, I wouldn’t have made it this far.

She cited Wonder, as well as late performers such as Prince, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson and Sister Rosetta Tharpe as inspirational artists 'who defied any label placed upon them'

She cited Wonder, as well as late performers such as Prince, Tina Turner, Michael Jackson and Sister Rosetta Tharpe as inspirational artists ‘who defied any label placed upon them’

Beyoncé wrapped up her speech in thanking her team at her company Parkwood Entertainment, her husband Jay-Z, 54, and their 'three beautiful children' - Blue Ivy, 12, and Sir and Rumi, six

Beyoncé wrapped up her speech in thanking her team at her company Parkwood Entertainment, her husband Jay-Z, 54, and their ‘three beautiful children’ – Blue Ivy, 12, and Sir and Rumi, six 

Ice Spice, 24, took home the honors for Best New Hip-Hop Artist to kick off Monday's 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards held at the Dolby Theater in LA

Ice Spice, 24, took home the honors for Best New Hip-Hop Artist to kick off Monday’s 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards held at the Dolby Theater in LA

The Barbie World rapper paid tribute to her supporters in accepting the honors

The Barbie World rapper paid tribute to her supporters in accepting the honors 

‘I just want to let all the young girls know and boys, too, whoever you are, just keep chasing your dreams … keep doing you. Thank you, iHeart.’

SZA had a big showing Monday as she prevailed in the categories for Song of the Year for Kill Bill, R&B Artist of the Year; R&B Song of the Year for Snooze and R&B Album of the Year for SOS.

In her first speech, the feted artist, 34, said she was ‘really honored’ to win the R&B honors, as she didn’t consider herself ‘a radio artist.’

She said she was ‘especially honored to have gotten here with’ music exec Terrence ‘Punch’ Henderson and his team, as they have been working with one another for 12 years.

‘I’m grateful that we … didn’t succumb to the pressure of needing to have the perfect writer, the perfect producer – we just did us – that’s a blessing,’ she said.

The singer, whose full name is Solána Imani Rowe, said she was ‘grateful’ for her fans and good fortune.

After winning Song of the Year, SZA referenced fellow artist Lizzo and her creative accolades in recent years.

‘This is so crazy – I was at Lizzo’s house and I saw the awards,’ she said. ‘I have my own … genuinely, I’m so grateful. God bless everybody. Have a good evening.’

SZA had a big showing Monday as she prevailed in the categories for Song of the Year for Kill Bill, R&B Artist of the Year; R&B Song of the Year for Snooze and R&B Album of the Year for SOS

SZA had a big showing Monday as she prevailed in the categories for Song of the Year for Kill Bill, R&B Artist of the Year; R&B Song of the Year for Snooze and R&B Album of the Year for SOS

The feted performer said she was 'so grateful' to have been recognized with multiple honors

The feted performer said she was ‘so grateful’ to have been recognized with multiple honors  

Pop star Katy Perry presented SZA with the honors at the end of the show

Pop star Katy Perry presented SZA with the honors at the end of the show 

The singers shared a hug at the star-packed venue in LA

The singers shared a hug at the star-packed venue in LA 

The achievements of the biggest names in music will once again be recognized at this year’s 11th annual iHeartRadio Awards. 

The awards show, held at the Dolby Theatre in downtown Los Angeles on Monday evening, honors the artists and songs who were most played on iHeartRadio stations and the app.

Ludacris will be hosting the celeb-packed affair, and Beyonce and Cher will be receiving awards recognizing their contributions to music. The Queen Bey will be awarded the iHeartRadio Innovator Award while Cher will receive the Icon Award.

On top of seeing their favorite artists win awards, viewers will also be treated to an array of performances by the likes of Justin Timberlake, Tate McRae, Green Day, Jelly Roll, and TLC. 

The ceremony can be watched on FOX and heard via various iHeartRadio stations and on the iHeartRadio app. 

Speaking with People about the awards show, Ludacris raved:  ‘When it comes to iHeart, it’s all about energy. It’s all about [viewers] seeing their favorite artists. It’s about blowing the roof off of this venue, man,’ he said. ‘I think that it’s just going to be fun because you have a great variety of people in here as well, so it should be good. And it’s right after Easter, so come on, man.’

He explained he was looking forward to the ‘variety’ the show had to offer.

The popular artist said, 'I just want to tell all my fans, I love you so, so much - you guys are the best fanbase ever'

The popular artist said, ‘I just want to tell all my fans, I love you so, so much – you guys are the best fanbase ever’

The Princess Diana songstress was seen receiving the trophy from Niecy Nash

The Princess Diana songstress was seen receiving the trophy from Niecy Nash 

She said in her speech, 'I just want to let all the young girls know and boys, too, whoever you are, just keep chasing your dreams ... keep doing you'

She said in her speech, ‘I just want to let all the young girls know and boys, too, whoever you are, just keep chasing your dreams … keep doing you’

‘I love that you got Jelly Roll on here, you got Lainey Wilson, you got Justin Timberlake. I’m not only hosting, but humbly speaking, I’m also performing. I just want to be a part of greatness. It’s so much talent, so much energy and so much stuff to look forward to — and some surprises as well.’

Nominations for the ceremony were announced back in January, with Taylor Swift, Jelly Roll, 21 Savage, SZA and Olivia Rodrigo leading the nominations.

Artists receiving multiple nominations include, 21 Savage, Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, Blink-182, Carin León, David Kushner, Doechii, Doja Cat, Drake, Dua Lipa, Fall Out Boy, Foo Fighters, Grupo Frontera, Ice Spice, Jelly Roll.

Also on the list is Jung Kook, Karol G, Lil Durk, Luke Combs, Megan Moroney, Metro Boomin, Miley Cyrus, Morgan Wallen, Noah Kahan, Olivia Rodrigo, Paramore, Peso Pluma, Rema, Selena Gomez, Shakira, SZA, The Weeknd, Tyla, Usher and Yng Lvcas.

Song of the Year went to: ‘Calm Down’ – Rema and Selena Gomez; ‘Creepin” – Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage; ‘Cruel Summer’ – Taylor Swift; ‘Dance The Night’ – Dua Lipa; ‘Fast Car’ – Luke Combs; ‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus; ‘Kill Bill’ – SZA; ‘Last Night’- Morgan Wallen; ‘Paint The Town Red’ – Doja Cat; and ‘vampire’ – Olivia Rodrigo.

Tom Poleman, Chief Programming Officer for iHeartMedia, said at the time: ‘Our iHeartRadio Music Awards are special because they’re truly reflective of what listeners love. 

Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy accepted the Alternative Artist of the Year honors

Pete Wentz and Andy Hurley of Fall Out Boy accepted the Alternative Artist of the Year honors 

Cher was presented with the Icon Award at the event

Cher was presented with the Icon Award at the event 

‘We’re excited to share the journey on how they became the biggest songs and celebrate these amazing artists with music fans across the nation together LIVE from Los Angeles.’

Fans will also be given the chance to decide winners in a number of new and established categories including Best Lyrics, Best Music Video, and more. 

The ceremony will also provide a sneak peek of 2024’s upcoming hits, along with surprise guests, collaborations, and the stories of the artists who reached number one. 

Since the iHeartRadio Music Awards’ inception in 2013, the show has included live performances and appearances by superstar artists such as Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, Blake Shelton, and many others.

‘The iHeartRadio Music Awards is a night where we celebrate the biggest artists and songs fans loved listening to on the radio all year long,’ said John Sykes, President of Entertainment Enterprises for iHeartMedia.

‘We’ll also share stories from the artists themselves about their hard-fought journeys to the top of the charts.’

Social voting began January 18, and closed on March 25 at 11:59 p.m. PT for all categories. 

IHEART NOMINEES 2024

Song of the Year:

‘Calm Down’ – Rema and Selena Gomez

‘Creepin” – Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage

‘Cruel Summer’ – Taylor Swift

‘Dance The Night’ – Dua Lipa

‘Fast Car’ – Luke Combs

‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus

‘Kill Bill’ – SZA – WINNER 

‘Last Night’- Morgan Wallen

‘Paint The Town Red’ – Doja Cat

‘vampire’ – Olivia Rodrigo

 

Innovator Award: Beyonce – WINNER

 

Icon Award: Cher – WINNER

 

Landmark Award: Green Day – WINNER

 

Pop Album of the Year:  Olivia Rodrigo, GUTS – WINNER

 

(New for 2024) Pop Song of the Year:

‘Calm Down’ – Rema and Selena Gomez

‘Cruel Summer’ – Taylor Swift

‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus – WINNER

‘Kill Bill’ – SZA

‘vampire’ – Olivia Rodrigo

 

(New for 2024) Pop Artist of the Year:

Doja Cat

Miley Cyrus

Olivia Rodrigo

SZA

Taylor Swift

 

Artist of the Year:

Drake

Jelly Roll

Luke Combs

Miley Cyrus

Morgan Wallen

Olivia Rodrigo

Shakira

SZA

Taylor Swift- WINNER

Usher

 

Duo/Group of the Year:

(G)I-DLE

Blink-182

Dan + Shay

Fall Out Boy

Foo Fighters

Jonas Brothers

Måneskin

OneRepublic – WINNER

Paramore

Parmalee

 

Best Collaboration:

‘All My Life’ – Lil Durk ft. J. Cole

‘Barbie World (with Aqua)’ – Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice

‘Boy’s a liar Pt.2’ – PinkPantheress and Ice Spice

‘Calm Down’- Rema and Selena Gomez – WINNER

‘Creepin” – Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage

‘Good Good’ – Usher, Summer Walker and 21 Savage

‘Rich Flex’ – Drake and 21 Savage

‘Thank God’ – Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown

‘Tomorrow 2’ – GloRilla with Cardi B

‘TQG’ – Karol G and Shakira

 

Best New Artist (Pop):

David Kushner

Doechii

Jelly Roll – WINNER

Rema

Stephen Sanchez

 

Country Song of the Year:

‘Fast Car’ – Luke Combs

‘Heart Like A Truck’ – Lainey Wilson – WINNER

‘Last Night’ – Morgan Wallen

‘Rock and A Hard Place’ – Bailey Zimmerman

‘Thank God’ – Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown

 

Country Artist of the Year:

Jason Aldean

Jelly Roll

Lainey Wilson – WINNER

Luke Combs

Morgan Wallen

 

Best New Artist (Country):

Corey Kent

Jackson Dean

Jelly Roll – WINNER

Megan Moroney

Nate Smith

Hip-Hop Album of the Year

Metro Boomin – Heroes & Villians – WINNER

 

Hip-Hop Song of the Year:

‘All My Life’- Lil Durk ft. J. Cole – WINNER

‘fukumean’- Gunna

‘Just Wanna Rock’ – Lil Uzi Vert

‘Rich Flex’ – Drake and 21 Savage

‘Tomorrow 2’- GloRilla with Cardi B

Hip-Hop Artist of the Year:

21 Savage

Drake – WINNER

Future

Gunna

Lil Durk

 

Best New Artist (Hip-Hop):

Doechii

Ice Spice – WINNER

Lola Brooke

Sexyy Red

Young Nudy

 

R&B Album of the Year:

SZA, SOS – WINNER

R&B Song of the Year:

‘Creepin”- Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage

‘CUFF IT’- Beyoncé

‘Good Good’ – Usher, Summer Walker and 21 Savage

‘On My Mama’ – Victoria Monét

‘Snooze’- SZA – WINNER

 

R&B Artist of the Year:

Beyoncé

Brent Faiyaz

Chris Brown

SZA – WINNER

Usher

 

Best African Music Artist:

Burna Boy – WINNER

Rema

Tems

Tyla

Wizkid

 

Best New Artist (R&B):

Coco Jones

Fridayy

Kenya Vaun

October London

Victoria Monét – WINNER

 

Alternative Album of the Year

Boygenius – The Record — WINNER 

 

Alternative Song of the Year:

‘Lost’ – Linkin Park

‘Love From The Other Side’ – Fall Out Boy

‘One More Time’- Blink-182 – WINNER

‘Rescued’- Foo Fighters

‘This Is Why’- Paramore

 

Alternative Artist of the Year:

Blink-182

Fall Out Boy – WINNER

Foo Fighters

Green Day

Paramore

 

Best New Artist (Alt and Rock):

Bad Omens

HARDY

Jelly Roll

Lovejoy

Noah Kahan – WINNER

 

Rock Album of the Year

Metallica – 72 Seasons – WINNER 

 

Rock Song of the Year:

’72 Seasons’ – Metallica

‘Dead Don’t Die’- Shinedown

‘Lost’ – Linkin Park – WINNER

‘Need A Favor’ – Jelly Roll

‘Rescued’ – Foo Fighters

 

Rock Artist of the Year:

Disturbed

Foo Fighters – WINNER

Jelly Roll

Metallica

Shinedown

 

Dance Song of the Year:

’10:35′- Tiësto ft. Tate McRae

‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’ – David Guetta, Anne-Marie and Coi Leray

‘Padam Padam’ – Kylie Minogue

‘Praising You’ – Rita Ora ft. Fatboy Slim

‘Strangers’ – Kenya Grace – WINNER

 

Dance Artist of the Year:

Anabel Englund

David Guetta

Illenium

Kylie Minogue

Tiësto – WINNER

 

Latin Pop / Urban Song of the Year:

‘La Bachata’ – Manuel Turizo

‘La Bebe (remix)’ – Yng Lvcas and Peso Pluma

‘Lala’- Myke Towers

‘Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53’- Shakira and Bizarrap – WINNER

‘TQG’- Karol G and Shakira

 

Latin Pop / Urban Artist of the Year:

Bad Bunny

Feid

Karol G – WINNER

Manuel Turizo

Shakira 

 

Best New Artist (Latin Pop / Urban):

Bad Gyal

GALE

Mora

Yng Lvcas

Young Miko – WINNER

 

Regional Mexican Song of the Year:

‘Bebe Dame’- Fuerza Regida and Grupo Frontera

‘Ella Baila Sola’ – Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma – WINNER

‘Indispensable’ – Carin León

‘Qué Onda Perdida’ – Grupo Firme ft. Gerardo Coronel

‘Qué Vuelvas’- Carin León and Grupo Frontera

 

Regional Mexican Artist of the Year:

Calibre 50

Carin León

El Fantasma

Grupo Frontera

Peso Pluma – WINNER

 

Best New Artist (Regional Mexican):

Gabito Ballesteros

Gerardo Coronel

Grupo Frontera

Junior H

Peso Pluma

 

K-pop Album of the Year

Stray Kids – 5 Star – WINNER 

 

(New for 2024) K-pop Artist of the Year:

(G)I-DLE

Jung Kook – WINNER

NCT Dream

Seventeen

Stray Kids

 

(New for 2024) K-pop Song of the Year:

‘Bouncy (K-Hot Chilli Peppers)’ – ATEEZ

‘Cupid (Twin Version)’- FIFTY FIFTY – WINNER

‘S-Class’ – Stray Kids

‘Seven’ Jung Kook ft. Latto

‘Super Shy’ – NewJeans

 

(New for 2024) Best New Artist (K-pop):

BOYNEXTDOOR

NewJeans – WINNER

RIIZE

xikers

ZEROBASEONE

 

Producer of the Year:

Carter Lang

Dan Nigro

Jack Antonoff – WINNER

Kid Harpoon

Rob Bisel

Metro Boomin

 

Songwriter of the Year:

Aldae

Ashley Gorley

J Kash

Jack Antonoff

Michael Ross Pollack

 

Best Lyrics: *Socially Voted Category

‘Dial Drunk’- Noah Kahan

‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus

‘Greedy’- Tate McRae

‘Houdini’- Dua Lipa

‘Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version)’- Taylor Swift

‘Last Night’- Morgan Wallen

‘Lovin On Me’- Jack Harlow

‘Nonsense’- Sabrina Carpenter

‘Paint The Town Red’- Doja Cat

‘vampire’- Olivia Rodrigo

‘Water’- Tyla

‘What Was I Made For?’- Billie Eilish

 

Best Music Video: *Socially Voted Category

‘3D’- Jung Kook ft. Jack Harlow

‘Dance The Night’- Dua Lipa

‘FLOWER’- JISOO

‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus

‘I’m Good (Blue)’ – Bebe Rexha and David Guetta

‘Kill Bill’- SZA

‘La Bebe (Remix)’- Yng Lvcas and Peso Pluma

‘Paint The Town Red’- Doja Cat

‘Seven’- Jung Kook ft. Latto

‘TQG’- Karol G and Shakira

‘vampire’- Olivia Rodrigo

‘What Was I Made For?’- Billie Eilish

 

Best Fan Army: *Socially Voted Category 

Agnation

ATINY

Barbz

Beyhive

BTS Army

Harries

Livies

Louies

Niallers

Rushers

Selenators

Swifties

 

Social Star Award: *Socially Voted Category 

Alex Warren

David Kushner

Flyana Boss

Gracie Abrams – WINNER

Jessie Murph

Megan Moroney

Natalie Jane

Noah Kahan

 

Favorite Tour Photographer: *Socially Voted Category 

Alfredo Flores – Sabrina Carpenter

Anna Lee – Coldplay

Carianne Older – Charlie Puth

Catherine Powell – Kelsea Ballerini

Cynthia Parkhurst – Jonas Brothers

David Lehr – Morgan Wallen

Joshua Halling – Louis Tomlinson

Mason Poole – Beyoncé

Matty Vogel – Misterwives

Ravie B – Adele

Ryan Fleming – 5 Seconds of Summer

Sanjay Parikh – Shinedown

 

Favorite On Screen (New for 2024): *Socially Voted Category

‘j-hope IN THE BOX’ – WINNER

‘Love To Love You, Donna Summer’

Louis Tomlinson ‘All of Those Voices’

‘Prince: The Final Secret’

‘Renaissance: A Film by Beyoncé’

‘Save Me’ Jelly Roll

‘Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour’

‘TLC Forever’

 

TikTok Bop of the Year: *Socially Voted Category 

‘Boy’s a liar Pt. 2’- PinkPantheress and Ice Spice

‘Collide (Sped Up Remix)’- Justine Skye

‘Cruel Summer’- Taylor Swift

‘Cupid (Twin Version)’- FIFTY FIFTY

‘Daylight’- David Kushner

‘Her Way (Sped Up)’- Party Next Door

‘If We Ever Broke Up’- Mae Stephens

‘Paint The Town Red’- Doja Cat

‘Water’- Tyla

‘What It Is (Solo Version)’- Doechii

‘What Was I Made For?’- Billie Eilish

 

Favorite Tour Style: *Socially Voted Category 

Beyoncé

Carrie Underwood

Doja Cat

Elton John

Harry Styles

Jonas Brothers

Madonna

Måneskin

Sabrina Carpenter

Shania Twain

SZA

Taylor Swift

 

Favorite Debut Album (New for 2024): *Socially Voted Category

GOLDEN – Jung Kook

In Pieces- Chlöe

Layover – V – WINNER

Lucky- Megan Moroney

Mirror – Lauren Spencer Smith

My 21st Century Blues – Raye

Religiously – Bailey Zimmerman

Snow Angel – Reneé Rapp

Tyler Hubbard – Tyler Hubbard