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Awards for pop music

Billboard
Music Awards
Current: 2022 Billboard Music Awards
Awarded for Outstanding chart performance
Country United States
Presented by Billboard
Beginning awarded Dec 10, 1990; 31 years ago
 (1990-12-ten)
Website billboardmusicawards.com
Tv/radio coverage
Network Play a joke on (1990–2006)
ABC (2011–2017)
NBC (2022–nowadays)
Most recent
Billboard
Music Award winners
← 2021 May 15, 2022 2023 →
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Award Pinnacle Artist & Acme Male Artist Top Female Artist, Meridian New Artist, Top
Billboard
200 Album & Top Hot 100 Artist
Top Duo/Grouping
Winner Drake Olivia Rodrigo (Sour) BTS
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Award Top
Billboard
200 Artist
Height Hot 100 Song
Winner Taylor Swift The Child Laroi and Justin Bieber
(“Stay”)

Previous Meridian Artist

The Weeknd

Top Artist

Drake

The

Billboard
Music Awards

are honors given out annually by
Billboard, a publication covering the music business concern and a music popularity nautical chart. The
Billboard
Music Awards bear witness had been held annually since 1990, with the exception of the years 2007 through 2010. The issue was formerly staged in December[1]
but since returning in 2011, it has been held in May.[ii]

Awards process

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Unlike other awards, such as the Grammy Award, which decide nominations as a result of the highest votes received past the National University of Recording Arts and Sciences, the
Billboard
Music Awards finalists are based on album and digital songs sales, streaming, radio airplay, touring, and social engagement. These measurements are tracked year-round by
Billboard
and its data partners, including MRC Data and Next Big Sound. The 2022 awards were based on the reporting period of April 8, 2017 through March 31, 2022.[iii]
Awards are given for the superlative album, artist and single in a number of different music genres.

Awards

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# Year TV Tiptop Artist[4] Peak Male Artist Peak Female person Creative person Tiptop New Creative person Height Duo/Group Pinnacle Hot 100 Song Peak
Billboard
200 Album
Multiple wins Host(s) Venue Ref.
i 1990 Pull a fast one on not awarded Phil Collins Janet Jackson “Concord On” by Wilson Phillips not awarded Janet Jackson
(8 awards)
Paul Shaffer & Morris Day

with Jerome Benton
Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, California [v]
ii 1991 Mariah Carey “(Everything I Do) I Do It for You” by Bryan Adams Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey
Garth Brooks
C+C Music Factory
(5 awards)
Paul Shaffer [half dozen]
iii 1992 Kris Kross “Terminate of the Route”
by Boyz 2 Men
not awarded Michael Jackson
(3 awards)
Phil Collins Universal Amphitheater,
Los Angeles
[7]
4 1993 Whitney Houston* Whitney Houston “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston The Bodyguard Soundtrack

Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston
(11 awards)
[viii]
5 1994 non awarded Snoop Dogg Mariah Carey Ace of Base “The Sign” by Ace of Base not awarded Ace of Base
(ii awards)
Dennis Miller and Heather Locklear [9]
half-dozen 1995 TLC Real McCoy “Gangsta’s Paradise”
past Coolio
Cracked Rear View

Hootie & the Blowfish
TLC
(iii awards)
Jon Stewart Coliseum,
New York City
[x]
vii 1996 Alanis Morissette Alanis Morissette Tony Rich “Macarena” by Los del Río not awarded Mariah Carey
(ii awards)
Chris Rock Hard Rock Hotel, Las Vegas [xi]
8 1997 LeAnn Rimes LeAnn Rimes Spice Girls “Candle in the Air current 1997”
by Elton John
Spice

Spice Girls
Elton John
(iv awards)
David Spade MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada [12]
9 1998 Conductor Shania Twain Side by side Next “As well Close” past Next Titanic: Music from the Motion Picture show

Celine Dion
Next
(8 awards)
Kathy Griffin and
Andy Dick
[thirteen]
ten 1999 Backstreet Boys Ricky Martin Britney Spears Backstreet Boys “Believe” by Cher Millennium

Backstreet Boys
Backstreet Boys
(4 awards)
Kathy Griffin and
Adam Carolla
[14]
xi 2000 Destiny’s Child Sisqó Christina Aguilera Sisqó Destiny’s Child “Breathe” past Faith Hill No Strings Attached

NSYNC
Sisqó
(half-dozen awards)
Kathy Griffin and
NSYNC
[15]
12 2001 Shaggy Destiny’s Child Lifehouse Destiny’s Child “Hanging by a Moment”
by Lifehouse
i

The Beatles
R. Kelly
Tim McGraw
(5 awards)
Bernie Mac [16]
13 2002 Nelly Nelly Ashanti Ashanti Creed “How Yous Remind Me”
past Nickelback
The Eminem Prove

Eminem
Ashanti
(8 awards)
Cedric the Entertainer [17]
fourteen 2003 50 Cent Christina Aguilera non awarded Become Rich or Dice Tryin’

l Cent
R. Kelly
(4 awards)
Ryan Seacrest with Nick Lachey and Jessica Simpson [18]
15 2004 Usher Usher Alicia Keys Outkast “Aye!” by Usher
(feat. Lil Jon & Ludacris)
Confessions

Usher
Usher
(11 awards)
Ryan Seacrest [xix]
16 2005 l Cent Gwen Stefani “We Belong Together” by Mariah Carey The Massacre

l Cent
fifty Cent
Green Solar day
(6 awards)
LL Cool J [20]
17 2006 Chris Brown Chris Brown Rihanna Chris Chocolate-brown Nickelback “Bad Day” by Daniel Powter Some Hearts

Carrie Underwood
Mary J. Blige
(9 awards)
No Host [21]
2007–2010 not held
eighteen 2011 ABC Eminem Eminem Rihanna Justin Bieber The Black Eyed Peas “Dynamite” past Taio Cruz Recovery

Eminem
Eminem
(6 awards)
Ken Jeong MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada [22]
19 2012 Adele Lil Wayne Adele Wiz Khalifa LMFAO “Party Stone Canticle”
by LMFAO
(feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock)
21

Adele
Adele
(12 awards)
Julie Bowen and
Ty Burrell
[23]
20 2013 Taylor Swift Justin Bieber Taylor Swift 1 Direction One Management “Somebody That I Used to Know” by Gotye
(feat. Kimbra)
Ruby

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
(8 awards)
Tracy Morgan [24]
21 2014 Justin Timberlake Justin Timberlake Katy Perry Lorde Imagine Dragons “Blurred Lines” by Robin Thicke
(feat. T.I. & Pharrell)
The 20/20 Feel

Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake
(7 awards)
Ludacris [25]
22 2015 Taylor Swift Sam Smith Taylor Swift Sam Smith One Management “All Most That Bass” past Meghan Trainor 1989

Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift
(8 awards)
Ludacris and
Chrissy Teigen
[26]
23 2016 Adele Justin Bieber Adele Fetty Wap “Encounter You Again” by Wiz Khalifa
(feat. Charlie Puth)
25

Adele
The Weeknd
(8 awards)
Ludacris and Ciara T-Mobile Loonshit, Las Vegas, Nevada [27]
24 2017 Drake Drake Beyoncé Zayn Malik 20 I Pilots “Closer” by The Chainsmokers
(feat. Halsey)
Views

Drake
Drake
(13 awards)
Ludacris and
Vanessa Hudgens
[28]
25 2022 NBC Ed Sheeran Ed Sheeran Taylor Swift Khalid Imagine Dragons “Despacito”
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee
(feat. Justin Bieber)
DAMN

Kendrick Lamar
Ed Sheeran
Kendrick Lamar
(6 awards)
Kelly Clarkson MGM G Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada [29]
26 2022 Drake Drake Ariana Grande Juice Wrld BTS “Girls Like You”
Maroon v
(feat. Cardi B)
Scorpion
– Drake
Drake
(12 awards)
[30]
27 2020 Post Malone Post Malone Billie Eilish Billie Eilish Jonas Brothers “Old Boondocks Route”

Lil Nas 10
(feat. Billy Ray Cyrus)
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Exercise We Go?
– Billie Eilish
Post Malone
(9 awards)
Dolby Theatre, Hollywood, California
28 2021 The Weeknd The Weeknd Taylor Swift Popular Smoke BTS “Blinding Lights”

The Weeknd
“Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon” – Pop Smoke The Weeknd
(10 awards)
Nick Jonas Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles, California
29 2022 Drake Drake Olivia Rodrigo Olivia Rodrigo BTS The Child Laroi and Justin Bieber – “Stay” Olivia Rodrigo –
Sour
Olivia Rodrigo (7) Sean “Diddy” Combs MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Whitney Houston won the award for “#1 Earth Artist”.[8]
    This field shows winners of “Creative person of the Year” (awarded from 1995 to 2006), and “Pinnacle Artist” (awarded since 2011).

Categories

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From 1989 to 2006, the show had the same categories and category names every year. In 2011, for the first time, all of the awards were renamed to “Top [award title]”. The “of the twelvemonth” portion of each category championship no longer exists, and many of the awards accept been further renamed. Other awards, including both “crossover” awards (No. 1 Classical Crossover Artist and No. 1 Classical Crossover Album) were discontinued. As of 2017, there are two fan-voted categories.

Current categories

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The general categories are Top Creative person, Top Billboard 200 Album, Top Hot 100 Song and Top New Artist. These categories highlighted in each award and other categories are divided by genre.

  • Top Artist
  • Top New Artist
  • Top Male Creative person
  • Summit Female Artist
  • Top Duo/Group
  • Top
    Billboard 200
    Artist
  • Top
    Billboard 200
    Album
  • Top Hot 100 Artist
  • Peak Hot 100 Song
  • Superlative Touring Creative person
  • Top Song Sales Artist (since 2016)
  • Top Selling Album (since 2022)
  • Top Selling Song (since 2016)
  • Peak Radio Songs Creative person
  • Height Radio Vocal
  • Acme Streaming Creative person
  • Top Streaming Song (Audio)
  • Top Streaming Vocal (Video)
  • Top R&B Creative person
  • Top R&B Male Artist (since 2022)
  • Top R&B Female Artist (since 2022)
  • Top R&B Album
  • Top R&B Vocal
  • Top R&B Tour (since 2017)
  • Tiptop Rap Artist
  • Summit Rap Male Artist (since 2022)
  • Top Rap Female Artist (since 2022)
  • Elevation Rap Album
  • Top Rap Song
  • Superlative Rap Tour (since 2017)
  • Top Country Artist
  • Top Country Male Artist (since 2022)
  • Top Country Female Artist (since 2022)
  • Top Country Duo/Group Creative person (since 2022)
  • Summit Country Album
  • Top Country Song
  • Top State Tour (since 2017)
  • Top Rock Creative person
  • Superlative Rock Album
  • Tiptop Stone Vocal
  • Top Rock Tour (since 2017)
  • Top Latin Artist
  • Acme Latin Male Artist (since 2021)
  • Top Latin Female Artist (since 2021)
  • Tiptop Latin Duo/Group (since 2021)
  • Superlative Latin Album
  • Top Latin Song
  • Top Dance/Electronic Artist (since 2014)
  • Top Dance/Electronic Album (since 2014)
  • Top Dance/Electronic Song (since 2014)
  • Pinnacle Christian Creative person
  • Top Christian Album
  • Acme Christian Vocal
  • Top Gospel Artist (since 2016)
  • Top Gospel Album (since 2016)
  • Elevation Gospel Song (since 2016)
  • Summit Soundtrack (1993, 1998, 2000, 2006, 2015 – nowadays)
  • Top Social Artist (fan-voted)
  • Billboard
    Chart Accomplishment (since 2015, fan-voted)
  • Top Collaboration (since 2017, fan-voted)


Retired categories (1990–2017)

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  • Acme Alternative Album
  • Top Alternative Artist
  • Top Culling Vocal
  • Summit Classical Crossover Artist
  • Summit Classical Crossover Album
  • Top Country Collaboration (2017)
  • Top Dance Artist (until 2013)
  • Elevation Dance Album (until 2013)
  • Top Dance Song (until 2013)
  • Top Digital Media Artist (until 2012)
  • Pinnacle Digital Songs Artist (until 2015)
  • Top Digital Song (until 2015)
  • Top EDM Artist (until 2013)
  • Top EDM Anthology (until 2013)
  • Summit EDM Vocal (until 2013)
  • Height Independent Artists
  • Top Independent Album
  • Tiptop Mod Rock Artist
  • Top Mod Rock Rails
  • Top New Male Artist
  • Tiptop New Female Creative person
  • Top New Group/Band
  • Top New Song
  • Meridian Pop Song (until 2013)
  • Pinnacle Pop Album (until 2013)
  • Height Pop Artist (until 2013)
  • Elevation Pop Punk Artist
  • Height Rap Artist (until 2017)
  • Height R&B Collaboration (2017)
  • Top Rap Collaboration (2017)
  • Top Rhythmic Top xl Title
  • Top Selling Single
  • Top Soundtrack Single of the Yr
  • Milestone Accolade (2013, 2014)

Special awards

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Most wins

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The record for well-nigh
Billboard
Music Awards won is held by Drake with 34 awards. The tape for almost
Billboard
Music Awards won by a female artist is held by Taylor Swift who has won 29 awards. The record for well-nigh
Billboard
Music Awards won past a group is held by BTS who have won 12 awards.[59]

Rank Artist Number of awards
1 Drake 34
two Taylor Swift 29
3 Justin Bieber 26
four The Weeknd 20
5 Garth Brooks 19
6 Adele 18
Usher
vii Eminem 17
Kanye West
8 Whitney Houston 16
ix Mariah Carey 15
10 Beyoncé xiii
50 Cent
11 BTS 12
Carrie Underwood
George Michael
Rihanna
R.Kelly
12 Destiny’s Child 11
Janet Jackson
Mary J. Blige
xiii Imagine Dragons 10
Lady Gaga

Performances

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Year Performers (chronologically)
2011
  • Rihanna & Britney Spears
  • The Black Eyed Peas
  • Keith Urban
  • Pitbull (feat. Nayer & Ne-Yo)
  • Beyoncé
  • CeeLo Dark-green (feat. Mikky Ekko)
  • Lady Antebellum
  • Taio Cruz
  • OneRepublic (feat. Far East Movement & Snoop Dogg)
  • Mary J. Blige (feat. Lil Wayne)
  • Kesha
  • Nicki Minaj (feat. Britney Spears)
  • Neil Diamond
2012
  • LMFAO
  • Kelly Clarkson
  • The Wanted
  • Chris Brown
  • Natasha Bedingfield
  • Usher
  • Justin Bieber
  • Carly Rae Jepsen
  • Carrie Underwood
  • Linkin Park
  • Katy Perry
  • John Legend & Jordin Sparks
  • Goodie Mob
  • Patent Pending
  • Nelly Furtado
  • Stevie Wonder & Alicia Keys
2013
  • Bruno Mars
  • Selena Gomez
  • The Band Perry
  • Icona Popular
  • Chris Brown
  • Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (feat. Wanz)
  • Taylor Swift
  • Kacey Musgraves
  • David Guetta (feat. Chris Brownish & Lil Wayne)
  • Justin Bieber
  • Pitbull (feat. Christina Aguilera & Morten Harket)
  • Miguel
  • Ed Sheeran
  • Jennifer Lopez (feat. Pitbull)
  • will.i.am (feat. Justin Bieber)
  • David Guetta (feat. Akon & Ne-Yo)
  • Nicki Minaj (feat. Lil Wayne)
  • Prince
2014
  • Pitbull (feat. Jennifer Lopez & Claudia Leitte)
  • OneRepublic
  • Iggy Azalea (feat. Charli XCX & Ariana Grande)
  • Florida Georgia Line (feat. Luke Bryan)
  • Shakira
  • 5 Seconds of Summertime
  • Katy Perry
  • Imagine Dragons
  • Michael Jackson (Virtual Performance)
  • Ricky Martin
  • Luke Bryan
  • Lorde
  • Miranda Lambert & Carrie Underwood
  • John Fable
  • Jason Derulo (feat. Snoop Dogg & two Chainz)
  • Miley Cyrus (feat. The Flaming Lips)
  • Robin Thicke
  • Jennifer Lopez
2015
  • Van Halen
  • Fall Out Boy (feat. Wiz Khalifa)
  • Nick Jonas
  • Meghan Trainor & John Legend
  • Mariah Carey
  • Wiz Khalifa & Charlie Puth
  • Jussie Smollett, Bryshere ‘Yazz’ Gray & Estelle
  • Hozier
  • Little Big Boondocks & Faith Hill
  • Pitbull (feat. Chris Brownish)
  • Ed Sheeran
  • Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea
  • Nicki Minaj & David Guetta
  • Tori Kelly
  • Unproblematic Minds
  • Kelly Clarkson
  • Imagine Dragons
  • Kanye West
2016
  • Britney Spears
  • Shawn Mendes
  • Fifth Harmony (feat. Ty Dolla Sign)
  • Meghan Trainor
  • Justin Bieber
  • P!nk
  • Nick Jonas (feat. Tove Lo)
  • Demi Lovato
  • Lukas Graham
  • Blake Shelton & Gwen Stefani
  • DNCE
  • Kesha & Ben Folds
  • Rihanna
  • Celine Dion
  • Troye Sivan
  • The Become-Go’due south
  • Ariana Grande
  • Madonna & Stevie Wonder
2017
  • Nicki Minaj (featuring Lil Wayne, David Guetta & Jason Derulo)
  • Camila Cabello
  • The Chainsmokers
  • Julia Michaels
  • Ed Sheeran
  • Miley Cyrus
  • Lorde
  • Sam Hunt
  • Celine Dion
  • Imagine Dragons
  • Drake
  • Halsey
  • Florida Georgia Line & John Legend
  • Cher
  • Bruno Mars
2022
  • Ariana Grande
  • Kelly Clarkson
  • Dua Lipa
  • Shawn Mendes
  • Khalid & Normani
  • John Fable
  • Christina Aguilera & Demi Lovato
  • Ed Sheeran
  • Jennifer Lopez (feat. DJ Khaled)
  • Shawn Mendes & Khalid
  • Zedd (feat. Maren Morris & Grey)
  • Janet Jackson
  • Macklemore & Kesha
  • Camila Cabello (feat. Pharrell Williams)
  • BTS
  • Salt-N-Pepa (feat. En Vogue & Kelly Clarkson)
2022
  • Taylor Swift (feat. Brendon Urie)
  • Kelly Clarkson
  • Halsey
  • Ciara
  • Dan + Shay & Tori Kelly
  • Jonas Brothers
  • Khalid
  • Ariana Grande
  • Madonna & Maluma
  • Lauren Daigle
  • Mariah Carey
  • Panic! at the Disco
  • BTS (feat. Halsey)
  • Paula Abdul
2020
  • Kelly Clarkson (feat. Pentatonix)
  • Sia
  • Kane Brown, Swae Lee & Khalid
  • Alicia Keys
  • Luke Combs
  • Postal service Malone & Tyla Yaweh
  • Brandy (featuring Ty Dolla Sign)
  • John Legend
  • Bad Bunny, Ivy Queen & Nesi
  • Doja Cat
  • Garth Brooks
  • Saint Jhn
  • Demi Lovato
  • BTS
  • En Vogue
2021
  • DJ Khaled (feat. H.Eastward.R. & Migos)
  • Doja True cat (feat. SZA)
  • Twenty 1 Pilots
  • Alicia Keys
  • AJR
  • P!nk
  • Jam and Lewis, Sounds of Blackness & Ann Nesby
  • Karol G
  • BTS
  • Bad Bunny
  • Glass Animals
  • The Weeknd
  • Duran Duran (feat. Graham Coxon )
  • Jonas Brothers & Marshmello

Broadcast

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Since its inception (created by Rick Garson, Paul Flattery & Jim Yukich), the BMAs had been telecast on the Fox network; however due to contractual expirations and other unforeseen circumstances, the awards were cancelled for 2007. Plans for a new version of the awards in 2008 (in association with AEG Live) brutal through, and the BMAs were not held until 2011.

On February 17, 2011,
Billboard
announced that it would bring the BMAs back to television, moving from its original home on Fob to its new network, ABC, on May 22, 2011.[threescore]
A new laurels statuette was created by New York firm Guild Awards. Dick Clark Productions, which is co-owned with
Billboard, began producing the ceremony in 2014.[61]
On November 28, 2017, it was announced that the
Billboard
Music Awards would be moving from ABC to NBC beginning in 2022 nether a multi-twelvemonth contract.[62]

The 2020 ceremony, originally scheduled for April 29, was postponed indefinitely on March 17 due to coronavirus-related public associates concerns.[63]
On August 14, 2020, it was announced that the 2020 ceremony had been rescheduled to October fourteen.

Ratings

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See also

[edit]

  • Billboard
    Live Music Awards
  • Billboard
    Nihon Music Awards
  • Billboard
    Latin Music Awards
  • Billboard
    Women in Music

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