THE “2016 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS” FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

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THE “2016 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS”

FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

The Weeknd Leads This Year With Nods in 16 Categories,

Justin Bieber Follows as a Finalist in 11 Categories,

While Drake and Fetty Wap Tie With Nods in 10 Categories Each

2016 Top Artist Finalists Include Adele, Justin Bieber,

Drake, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd

Ludacris & Ciara to Host the “2016 Billboard Music Awards” Live from

T-Mobile Arena on SUNDAY, MAY 22nd at 8:00 p.m. EDT on ABC

Click HERE for digital assets for the “2016 Billboard Music Awards”

With help from the show hosts hip-hop artist and actor Ludacris and international music sensation Ciara, dick clark productions and ABC announced the finalists for the “2016 Billboard Music Awards,” honoring the year’s most successful artists in 43 categories.  The “2016 Billboard Music Awards” will broadcast LIVE from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 22 at 8:00 p.m. ET on ABC. This year’s show will showcase big performances, unexpected collaborations and much-discussed pop culture moments.  The “2016 Billboard Music Awards” is produced by dick clark productions. Allen Shapiro, Mike Mahan, Mark Bracco, Barry Adelman and Robert Deaton are executive producers.

Hosts Ludacris and Ciara appeared in the 8:00 a.m. EDT hour of ABC’s “Good Morning America” today, to announce the finalists in six categories, including: Top Artist, Top Male Artist, Top Female Artist, Top New Artist, Top Billboard 200 Album and Top Hot 100 Song. Immediately following the broadcast, five additional categories were exclusively announced live via Billboard Music Award’s Facebook and Periscope, followed by a live stream on ABC News of the remaining categories.

The Weeknd leads the finalist pack with nods in 16 categories including Top Artist, Top Male Artist and Top Hot 100 Song. Justin Bieber follows as a finalist in 11 categories including Top Artist, Top Male Artist and Top Hot 100 Artist. Fetty Wap and Drake are tied with nods in 10 categories each, including Top Male Artist contenders for both musicians. Drake will compete against himself for Top Rap Album for “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” and his collaboration with Future on “What A Time To Be Alive.” Leading the ladies, Adele and Taylor Swift are tied with eight nods each including Top Artist, Top Female Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist and Top Billboard 200 Album, all of which Swift won last year. Other returning winners from 2015, who are also finalists this year, include One Direction, Romeo Santos, Coldplay, DJ Snake and Carrie Underwood.

This year, Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth are finalists in six categories respectively. They received five each for their hit single “See You Again,” while Wiz Khalifa is also up for Top Rap Artist and Charlie is up for Top New Artist. The late David Bowie is honored posthumously as a finalist for Top Rock Album for “Blackstar.”

2016 TOP FINALIST CHART FACTS:

  • Adele is a finalist in eight categories and is a contender to earn the most BBMA wins of any artist in history, a record currently held by Taylor Swift, with 20 wins. Adele has previously won 13 BBMAs. Swift herself is a finalist in eight 2016 BBMA categories.

  • Justin Bieber is a finalist in 11 categories and could surpass Garth Brooks, who currently is the highest winning male with 19 wins, if he takes home six or more BBMA trophies. If Bieber takes home more than eight trophies, he has the chance of beating Taylor Swift’s current all-time leading record of 20, pending other results.

  • Drake is a finalist in 10 categories. If he wins, he will take home his first BBMA trophy. He has previously been a finalist in 21 categories.

  • First time finalist Fetty Wap is a contender in 10 categories, including Top Male Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Song Sales Artist, Top Streaming Songs Artists, Top Rap Artist, Top Streaming Song (Audio) and Top Rap Song.

  • Hillsong UNITED is a finalist in three categories including Top Christian Artist and Top Christian Album.

  • Sam Hunt is a finalist in three categories – the most of any country artist this year — including Top Country Artist and Top Country Album. If he wins, he will take home his first BBMA trophy.

  • First time finalist Silentó is a contender for Top New Artist, Top Rap Artist, Top Rap Song, Top Streaming Songs Artist and Top Streaming Song (Video).

  • This year could prove to be historic, in that Taylor Swift could beat her own all-time record for the most BBMA wins (she has 20), while Justin Bieber and Adele are also vying to surpass Swift’s record. Swift is a finalist in eight categories this year, and thus could extend her own record, or can be caught or surpassed by Bieber (an 11 times finalist this year with 13 prior BBMA trophies) or Adele (a finalist in 8 categories this year and also with 13 all-time BBMAs to her name).

  • The Weeknd is a first-time Billboard Music Award finalist and leads all artists with nods in 16 categories (including multiple songs competing in the Top Hot 100 Song and Top R&B Song categories). If he wins, he will take home his first Billboard Music Award trophy. With a near sweep of his 16 categories, The Weeknd could set the record for taking home the most trophies in one night. That single-night mark is held by Adele with 12 trophies in 2012.

  • Thanks to their smash collaboration “See You Again,” Charlie Puth and Wiz Khalifa are finalists in six categories each, including Top New Artist for Puth, a category won by Khalifa in 2012.

Billboard Music Awards finalists are based on key fan interactions with music, including album and digital songs sales, radio airplay, streaming, touring and social interactions on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Spotify and other popular online destinations for music. These measurements are tracked year-round by Billboard and its data partners, including Nielsen Music and Next Big Sound. The awards are based on the reporting period of tracking dates March 23, 2015 through March 17, 2016 and Billboard chart dates April 11, 2015 through April 2, 2016Since 1940, the Billboard charts have been the go-to guide for ranking the popularity of songs and albums, and are the ultimate measure of a musician’s success.

ABC’s three-hour telecast of the “2015 Billboard Music Awards” scored an across-the-board victory, ranking No. 1 in its 8:00-11:00 p.m. time slot in Total Viewers, all key Adults (AD18-34/AD18-49/AD25-54) and Teens 12-17.  Delivering its third-straight year of Total Viewer growth (+5% – 11.2 million vs. 10.7 million) and gaining Adults 18-49 (+9% – 3.8/12 vs. 3.5/10), the “Billboard Music Awards” generated its most watched telecast in 14 years and earned a 12-year high in young adults – since 2001 and 2003, respectively. In addition, the annual show was up for the third year with Teens 12-17 (+3%) to post its highest rating since 2003.

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The complete list of finalists for the “2016 Billboard Music Awards” can be found below.


About Billboard

Billboard is the world’s most influential music brand, built on the most complete and well- respected database of charts across all music genres. The Billboard charts define success in music. From the iconic Billboard magazine to Billboard.com, the ultimate consumer-facing destination for millions of passionate music fans, to the industry’s most elite conference series and influencer events including the Power 100 and Women in Music – the Billboard brand has unmatched authority among fans, artists and the industry alike. Billboard was named the leading U.S. brand on Twitter, surpassing the NFL, ESPN, BuzzFeed and MTV, with 7.5 million engaged actions in Q4 2015, and named an overall Top 10 U.S. Media Publisher in December 2015 with 11.8 million social actions. Billboard topped Shareablee’s list of U.S. publishers by engagement on Twitter in Q4, ahead of brands including Bleacher Report, BuzzFeed and The New York Times. Billboard magazine has scored major news-generating covers recently including Nicki Minaj, Lana Del Rey, Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber.

About “2016 Billboard Music Awards”

The “2016 Billboard Music Awards” are set to return to ABC and will be broadcast live from T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, May 22 at 8:00pm ET/PT. The show will showcase this year’s hottest and biggest music stars.  Billboard Music Awards finalists are based on key fan interactions with music, including album and digital songs sales, radio airplay, streaming, touring and social engagement. These measurements are tracked year-round by Billboard and its data partners, including Nielsen Music and Next Big Sound. The awards are based on the reporting period of March 23, 2015 through March 17, 2016The “2016 Billboard Music Awards” is produced by dick clark productions. Allen Shapiro, Mike Mahan, Mark Bracco, Barry Adelman and Robert Deaton are Executive Producers.


About dick clark productions

dick clark productions (dcp) is the world’s largest producer and proprietor of televised live event entertainment programming, with the “Academy of Country Music Awards,” AMERICAN COUNTRY COUNTDOWN AWARDS, “American Music Awards,” “Billboard Music Awards,” “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest,” “Golden Globe Awards,” “Hollywood Film Awards” and the “Streamy Awards.” Weekly television programming includes SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, from 19 Entertainment, a division of CORE Media Group and dcp. dcp also owns one of the world’s most unique and extensive entertainment archive libraries, with more than 55 years of award-winning shows, historic programs, specials, performances and legendary programming. For additional information, visit www.dickclark.com

THE “2016 BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS” FINALISTS:

ARTIST AWARDS

Top Artist:

Adele

Justin Bieber

Drake

Taylor Swift

The Weeknd

Top New Artist:

Fetty Wap

OMI

Charlie Puth

Silentó

Bryson Tiller

Top Male Artist:

Justin Bieber

Drake

Fetty Wap

Ed Sheeran

The Weeknd

Top Female Artist:

Adele

Selena Gomez

Ariana Grande

Rihanna

Taylor Swift

Top Duo/Group:

Maroon 5

One Direction

twenty one pilots

The Rolling Stones

U2

Top Billboard 200 Artist:

Adele

Justin Bieber

Drake

Taylor Swift

The Weeknd

Top Hot 100 Artist:

Justin Bieber

Drake

Fetty Wap

Taylor Swift

The Weeknd

Top Song Sales Artist:

Adele

Justin Bieber

Drake

Fetty Wap

The Weeknd

Top Radio Songs Artist:

Justin Bieber

Ellie Goulding

Ed Sheeran

Taylor Swift

The Weeknd

Top Streaming Songs Artist:

Justin Bieber

Drake

Fetty Wap

Silentó

The Weeknd

Top Social Media Artist:

Justin Bieber

Selena Gomez

Ariana Grande

Demi Lovato

Taylor Swift

Top Touring Artist:

Madonna

One Direction

The Rolling Stones

Taylor Swift

U2

Top R&B Artist:

Chris Brown

Jeremih

Rihanna

Bryson Tiller

The Weeknd

Top Rap Artist:

Drake

Fetty Wap

Future

Wiz Khalifa

Silentó

Top Country Artist:

Zac Brown Band

Luke Bryan

Sam Hunt

Chris Stapleton

Carrie Underwood

Top Rock Artist:

Fall Out Boy

Elle King

twenty one pilots

WALK THE MOON

X Ambassadors

Top Latin Artist:

Banda Sinaloense MS De Sergio Lizárraga

Juan Gabriel

Nicky Jam

Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho

Romeo Santos

Top Dance/Electronic Artist:

The Chainsmokers

DJ Snake

David Guetta

Major Lazer

Zedd

Top Christian Artist:

Casting Crowns

Lauren Daigle

Hillsong UNITED

MercyMe

Chris Tomlin

Top Gospel Artist:

Anthony Brown and group therAPy

Tasha Cobbs

Kirk Franklin

Travis Greene

Marvin Sapp

ALBUM AWARDS

Top Billboard 200 Album:

Adele “25”

Justin Bieber “Purpose”

Ed Sheeran “x”

Taylor Swift “1989”

The Weeknd “Beauty Behind The Madness”

Top Soundtrack:

Empire: Original Soundtrack From Season 1”

Fifty Shades of Grey”

Furious 7”

Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1”

Pitch Perfect 2”

Top R&B Album:

Chris Brown “Royalty”

Rihanna “Anti”

Bryson Tiller “T R A P S O U L”

Tyrese “Black Rose”

The Weeknd “Beauty Behind The Madness”

Top Rap Album:

Drake “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late”

Drake & Future “What A Time To Be Alive”

Dr. Dre “Compton”

Kendrick Lamar “To Pimp A Butterfly”

Meek Mill “Dreams Worth More Than Money”

Top Country Album:

Chris Stapleton “Traveller”

Luke Bryan “Kill The Lights”

Sam Hunt “Montevallo”

Zac Brown Band “Jekyll + Hyde”

Carrie Underwood “Storyteller”

Top Rock Album:

Alabama Shakes “Sound & Color”

David Bowie “Blackstar”

Coldplay “A Head Full Of Dreams”

Mumford & Sons “Wilder Mind”

twenty one pilots “Blurryface”

Top Latin Album:

Juan Gabriel “Los Dúo

Juan Gabriel “Mis Número 1…40 Aniversario”

Maná “Cama Incendiada”

Gerardo Ortiz “Hoy Mas Fuerte”

Romeo Santos “Formula, Vol. 2”

Top Dance/Electronic Album:

David Guetta “Listen”

Major Lazer “Peace Is The Mission”

ODESZA “In Return”

Skrillex & Diplo “Skrillex And Diplo Present Jack U”

Zedd “True Colors”

Top Christian Album:

Lauren Daigle “How Can It Be”

Hillsong UNITED “Empires”

Joey + Rory “Hymns That Are Important To Us”

TobyMac “This Is Not A Test”

Chris Tomlin “Adore: Christmas Songs of Worship”

Top Gospel Album:

Anthony Brown & group therAPy “Everyday Jesus”

Tasha Cobbs “One Place Live”

Kirk Franklin “Losing My Religion”

Jonathan McReynolds “Life Music: Stage Two”

Marvin Sapp “You Shall Live”

SONG AWARDS

Top Hot 100 Song:

Adele “Hello”

Fetty Wap “Trap Queen”

Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth “See You Again”

The Weeknd “Can’t Feel My Face”

The Weeknd “The Hills”

Top Selling Song:

Adele “Hello”

Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth “See You Again”

OMI “Cheerleader”

Rachel Platten “Fight Song”

The Weeknd “The Hills”

Top Radio Song:

Adele “Hello”

Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth “See You Again”

Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk!”

WALK THE MOON “Shut Up And Dance”

The Weeknd “Can’t Feel My Face”

Top Streaming Song (Audio):

Justin Bieber “Sorry”

Justin Bieber “What Do You Mean”

Fetty Wap “Trap Queen”

The Weeknd “The Hills”

Drake “Hotline Bling”

Top Streaming Song (Video):

Fetty Wap “Trap Queen”

Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth “See You Again”

Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk!”

Silentó “Watch Me”

The Weeknd “The Hills”

Top R&B Song:

Alessia Cara “Here”

Omarion ft. Chris Brown & Jhené Aiko “Post To Be”

The Weeknd “Can’t Feel My Face”

The Weeknd “Earned It (Fifty Shades of Grey)”

The Weeknd “The Hills”

Top Rap Song:

Drake “Hotline Bling”

Fetty Wap “Trap Queen”

Fetty Wap “679” feat. Remy Boyz

Silentó “Watch Me”

Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth “See You Again”

Top Country Song:

Sam Hunt “Break Up In A Small Town”

Sam Hunt “Take Your Time”

Little Big Town “Girl Crush”

Thomas Rhett “Die A Happy Man”

Chris Young “I’m Comin’ Over”

Top Rock Song:

Fall Out Boy “Uma Thurman”

Elle King “Ex’s & Oh’s”

twenty one pilots “Stressed Out”

WALK THE MOON “Shut Up And Dance”

X Ambassadors “Renegades”

Top Latin Song:

J Balvin “Ginza”

Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho “Te Metiste”

Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias “El Perdon”

Maluma “Borro Cassette”

Romeo Santos “Propuesta Indecente”

Top Dance/Electronic Song:

The Chainsmokers ft. ROZES “Roses”

DJ Snake & AlunaGeorge “You Know You Like It”

David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack “Hey Mama”

Major Lazer & DJ Snake ft. MØ “Lean On”
Skrillex & Diplo “Where Are
Ü Now” With Justin Bieber

Top Christian Song:

Hillsong UNITED “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)”

Hillsong UNITED “Touch The Sky”

MercyMe “Flawless”

NEEDTOBREATHE ft. Gavin DeGraw “Brother”

Chris Tomlin “Good Good Father”

Top Gospel Song:

Anthony Brown and group therAPy “Worth”

Erica Campbell ft. Big Shizz “I Luh God”

Kirk Franklin “Wanna Be Happy?”

Travis Greene “Intentional”

Brian Courtney Wilson “Worth Fighting For”

NOMINATIONS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER (BY FIRST NAME):

Adele: (8) Top Artist, Top Female Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist, Top Song Sales Artist, Top Billboard 200 Album (25), Top Hot 100 Song (“Hello”), Top Selling Song (“Hello”), Top Radio Song (“Hello”)

Afrojack: (1) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Hey Mama” with David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj & Bebe Rexha)

Alabama Shakes: (1) Top Rock Album (Sound & Color)

Alessia Cara: (1) Top R&B Song (“Here”)

AlunaGeorge: (1) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“You Know You Like It”)

Anthony Brown & group therAPy: (3) Top Gospel Artist, Top Gospel Album (Everyday Jesus), Top Gospel Song (“Worth”)

Ariana Grande: (2) Top Female Artist, Top Social Media Artist

Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho: (2) Top Latin Artist, Top Latin Song (“Te Metiste”)

Banda Sinaloense MS De Sergio Lizárraga: (1) Top Latin Artist

Bebe Rexha: (1) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Hey Mama” with David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj & Afrojack)

Big Shizz: (1) Top Gospel Song (“I Luh God” with Erica Campbell)

Brian Courtney Wilson: (1) Top Gospel Song (“Worth Fighting For”)

Bruno Mars: (2) Top Radio Song (“Uptown Funk!” with Mark Ronson), Top Streaming Song (Video) (“Uptown Funk!” with Mark Ronson)

Bryson Tiller: (3) Top R&B Album (T R A P S O U L), Top New Artist, Top R&B Artist

Carrie Underwood: (2) Top Country Album (Storyteller), Top Country Artist

Casting Crowns: (1) Top Christian Artist

Charlie Puth: (6) Top Hot 100 Song (“See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa), Top Radio Song (“See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa), Top Rap Song (“See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa), Top Selling Song (“See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa), Top Streaming Song (Video) (“See You Again” with Wiz Khalifa), Top New Artist

Chris Brown: (3) Top R&B Album (Royalty), Top R&B Artist, Top R&B Song (“Post To Be” with Omarion & Jhené Aiko)

Chris Stapleton: (2) Top Country Album (Traveller), Top Country Artist

Chris Tomlin: (3) Top Christian Album (Adore: Christmas Songs of Worship), Top Christian Song (“Good Good Father”), Top Christian Artist

Chris Young: (1) Top Country Song (“I’m Comin’ Over”)

Coldplay: (1) Top Rock Album (A Head Full Of Dreams)

David Bowie: (1) Top Rock Album (Blackstar)

David Guetta: (3) Top Dance/Electronic Album (Listen), Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Hey Mama” ft. Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha & Afrojack), Top Dance/Electronic Artist

Demi Lovato: (1) Top Social Media Artist

Diplo: (2) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Where Are Ü Now” with Justin Bieber and Skrillex), Top Dance/Electronic Album (Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack U)

DJ Snake: (3) Top Dance/Electronic Artist, Top Dance/Electronic Song (“You Know You Like It” with AlunaGeorge), Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Lean On” ft. MØ)

Dr. Dre: (1) Top Rap Album (Compton)

Drake: (11) Top Rap Album (What A Time To Be Alive), Top Rap Album (If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late), Top Rap Song (“Hotline Bling”), Top Streaming Song (Audio) (“Hotline Bling”), Top Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Male Artist, Top Rap Artist, Top Song Sales Artist, Top Streaming Songs Artist

Ed Sheeran: (3) Top Billboard 200 Album (X), Top Male Artist, Top Radio Songs Artist

Elle King: (2) Top Rock Song (“Ex’s & Oh’s”), Top Rock Artist

Ellie Goulding: (1) Top Radio Songs Artist

Empire: Original Soundtrack From Season 1”: (1) Top Soundtrack

Enrique Iglesias: (1) Top Latin Song (“El Perdon”)

Erica Campbell: (1) Top Gospel Song (“I Luh God” ft. Big Shizz)

Fall Out Boy: (2) Top Rock Song (“Uma Thurman”), Top Rock Artist

Fetty Wap: (11) Top Hot 100 Song (“Trap Queen”), Top Rap Song (“Trap Queen”), Top Streaming Song (Audio) (“Trap Queen”), Top Streaming Song (Video) (“Trap Queen”), Top Rap Song (“679” ft. Remy Boyz), Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Male Artist, Top New Artist, Top Rap Artist, Top Song Sales Artist, Top Streaming Songs Artist

Fifty Shades of Grey”: (1) Top Soundtrack

Furious 7”: (1) Top Soundtrack

Future: (2) Top Rap Artist, Top Rap Album (What A Time To Be Alive)

Gavin DeGraw: (1) Top Christian Song (“Brother” with NEEDTOBREATHE)

Gerardo Ortiz: (1) Top Latin Album (Hoy Mas Fuerte)

Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1”: (1) Top Soundtrack

Hillsong UNITED: (4) Top Christian Album (Empires), Top Christian Song (“Oceans [Where Feet May Fail]”), Top Christian Song (“Touch The Sky”), Top Christian Artist

J Balvin: (1) Top Latin Song (“Ginza”)

Jeremih: (1) Top R&B Artist

Jhené Aiko: (1) Top R&B Song (“Post To Be” with Omarion & Chris Brown)

Joey + Rory: (1) Top Christian Album (Hymns That Are Important To Us)

Jonathan McReynolds: (1) Top Gospel Album (Life Music: Stage Two)

Juan Gabriel: (3) Top Latin Album (Los Dúo), Top Latin Album (Mis Número 1… 40 Aniversario), Top Latin Artist

Justin Bieber: (12) Top Billboard 200 Album (Purpose), Top Streaming Song (Audio) (“Sorry”), Top Streaming Song (Audio) (“What Do You Mean”), Top Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Male Artist, Top Radio Songs Artist, Top Social Media Artist, Top Song Sales Artist, Top Streaming Songs Artist, Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Where Are Ü Now” with Diplo and Skrillex)

Kendrick Lamar: (1) Top Rap Album (To Pimp A Butterfly)

Kirk Franklin: (3) Top Gospel Album (Losing My Religion), Top Gospel Song (“Wanna Be Happy?”), Top Gospel Artist

Lauren Daigle: (2) Top Christian Album (How Can It Be), Top Christian Artist

Little Big Town: (1) Top Country Song (“Girl Crush”)

Luke Bryan: (2) Top Country Album (Kill The Lights), Top Country Artist

Madonna: (1) Top Touring Artist

Major Lazer: (3) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Lean On” with Major Lazer and MØ), Top Dance/Electronic Album (Peace Is The Mission), Top Dance/Electronic Artist

Maluma: (1) Top Latin Song (“Borro Cassette”)

Maná: (1) Top Latin Album (Cama Incendiada)

Mark Ronson: (2) Top Radio Song (“Uptown Funk!” with Bruno Mars), Top Streaming Song (Video) (“Uptown Funk!” with Bruno Mars)

Maroon 5: (1) Top Duo/Group

Marvin Sapp: (2) Top Gospel Album (You Shall Live), Top Gospel Artist

Meek Mill: (1) Top Rap Album (Dreams Worth More Than Money)

MercyMe: (2) Top Christian Song (“Flawless”), Top Christian Artist

: (1) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Lean On” with Major Lazer and DJ Snake)

Mumford & Sons: (1) Top Rock Album (Wilder Mind)

NEEDTOBREATHE: (1) Top Christian Song (“Brother” ft. Gavin DeGraw)

Nicki Minaj: (1) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Hey Mama” with David Guetta ft. Bebe Rexha & Afrojack)

Nicky Jam: (2) Top Latin Song (“El Perdon” with Enrique Iglesias), Top Latin Artist

ODESZA: (1) Top Dance/Electronic Album (In Return)

Omarion: (1) Top R&B Song (“Post To Be” ft. Chris Brown & Jhené Aiko)

OMI: (2) Top Selling Song (“Cheerleader”), Top New Artist

One Direction: (2) Top Duo/Group, Top Touring Artist

Pitch Perfect 2”: (1) Top Soundtrack

Rachel Platten: (1) Top Selling Song (“Fight Song”)

Remy Boyz: (1) Top Rap Song (“679” with Fetty Wap)

Rihanna: (3) Top R&B Album (Anti), Top Female Artist, Top R&B Artist

Romeo Santos: (3) Top Latin Album (Formula Vol. 2), Top Latin Song (“Propuesta Indecente”), Top Latin Artist

ROZES: (1) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Roses” with The Chainsmokers)

Sam Hunt: (4) Top Country Song (“Break Up In A Small Town”), Top Country Song (“Take Your Time”), Top Country Album (Montevallo), Top Country Artist

Selena Gomez: (2) Top Female Artist, Top Social Media Artist

Silentó: (5) Top Rap Song (“Watch Me”), Top Streaming Song (Video) (“Watch Me”), Top New Artist, Top Rap Artist, Top Streaming Songs Artist

Skrillex: (2) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Where Are Ü Now” with Justin Bieber and Diplo), Top Dance/Electronic Album (Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack U)

Tasha Cobbs: (2) Top Gospel Album (One Place Live), Top Gospel Artist

Taylor Swift: (8) Top Billboard 200 Album (1989), Top Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist, Top Female Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Radio Songs Artist, Top Social Media Artist, Top Touring Artist

The Chainsmokers: (2) Top Dance/Electronic Song (“Roses” ft. ROZES), Top Dance/Electronic Artist

The Rolling Stones: (2) Top Duo/Group, Top Touring Artist

The Weeknd: (19) Top Artist, Top Male Artist, Top Billboard 200 Artist, Top Hot 100 Artist, Top Song Sales Artist, Top Radio Songs Artist, Top Streaming Songs Artist, Top R&B Artist, Top Billboard 200 Album (Beauty Behind The Madness), Top R&B Album (Beauty Behind The Madness), Top Hot 100 Song (“Can’t Feel My Face”), Top Hot 100 Song (“The Hills”), Top Selling Song (“The Hills”), Top Radio Song (“Can’t Feel My Face”), Top Streaming Song (Audio) (“The Hills”), Top Streaming Song (Video) (“The Hills”), Top R&B Song (“Can’t Feel My Face”), Top R&B Song (“Earned It [Fifty Shades of Grey]”), Top R&B Song (“The Hills”)

Thomas Rhett: (1) Top Country Song (“Die A Happy Man”)

TobyMac: (1) Top Christian Album (This Is Not A Test)

Travis Greene: (2) Top Gospel Song (“Intentional”), Top Gospel Artist

twenty one pilots: (4) Top Rock Album (Blurryface), Top Rock Song (“Stressed Out”), Top Duo/Group, Top Rock Artist

Tyrese: (1) Top R&B Album (Black Rose)

U2: (2) Top Duo/Group, Top Touring Artist

WALK THE MOON: (3) Top Radio Song (“Shut Up And Dance”), Top Rock Song (“Shut Up And Dance”), Top Rock Artist

Wiz Khalifa: (6) Top Hot 100 Song (“See You Again” with Charlie Puth), Top Radio Song (“See You Again” with Charlie Puth), Top Rap Song (“See You Again” with Charlie Puth), Top Selling Song (“See You Again” with Charlie Puth), Top Streaming Song (Video) (“See You Again” with Charlie Puth), Top Rap Artist

X Ambassadors: (2) Top Rock Song (“Renegades”), Top Rock Artist

Zac Brown Band: (2) Top Country Album (Jekyll + Hyde), Top Country Artist

Zedd: (2) Top Dance/Electronic Album (True Colors), Top Dance/Electronic Artist

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