Burna Boy, Tems, Ayra Starr & Black Sherif Nominated For 2022 MTV EMAs
MTV has announced the list of nominees for the 2022 MTV European Music Awards, which will be held on November 13, 2022 in Dusseldorf, Germany.
Burna Boy, Tems and Ayra Starr from Nigeria compete for Best African Artist. Ghanaian hip-hop star Black Sherif, South African artist Musa Keys and Tanzanian singer Zuchu are also in the running.
Nigerian international singer Tems was also nominated for the Best New Artist award alongside Baby Keem, Dove Cameron, GAYLE, SEVENTEEN and Stephen Sanchez.
The Nigerian trio of Burna Boy, Tems and Ayra Starr are nominated for the Best African Act Award. They will face off against Tanzanian singer Zuchu, South African musician Musa Keys and rising hip-hop talent Black Sherif from Ghana.
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Harry Styles received the most mentions among artists in the 2022 MTV EMAs nominations and received seven awards, including Best Artist, Best Song and Best Video.
Taylor Swift received seven nominations, including Best Pop Artist, Best Artist and Best Longform Video. With five nominations each, Nicki Minaj and Rosala are tied on points.
Other first-time nominees include some of the most exciting artists in the industry right now, including Chencho Corleone, GAYLE, Stephen Sanchez, Dove Cameron, Doechii, Baby Keem, Kim Petras, Mae Muller, Saucy Santana, Shenseea, Summer Walker, Wet Bein and a lot more.
The MTV EMA 2022 will take place in Dusseldorf, Germany at the PSD Bank Dome indoor multi-purpose arena. The ceremony will be broadcast live on MTV in over 170 countries on November 13 and will be available worldwide on November 14 on Paramount+ and Pluto TV. This year, Germany hosts the event for the sixth time.
Starting now, fans can visit www.mtvema.com to vote for their favorite artists in 19 genre-neutral categories, including Best Song, Best Artist, Best Collaboration, Best Longform Video and Best Metaverse Performance. Voting will remain open until November 9 at 23:59 CET.