2015 YouTube Music Awards, March 23 at 10am PT; Action Bronson, FKA twigs, Kygo and Lindsey Stirling have just been added to the confirmed line-up of artists with music videos that will debut as part of the YouTube Music Awards, along with Ed Sheeran, Charli XCX and more, Usher, Enrique Iglesias, Rudimental, Chance the Rapper and Parson James have also just been confirmed as featured artists in these songs

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Your official invite to the 2015 YouTube Music Awards  is here  — now with more artists!

 

Action Bronson, FKA twigs, Kygo and Lindsey Stirling have just been added to the confirmed line-up of artists with music videos that will debut as part of the YouTube Music Awards, along with Ed Sheeran, Charli XCX and more!

 

Usher, Enrique Iglesias, Rudimental, Chance the Rapper and Parson James have also just been confirmed as featured artists in these songs, with some joining the music videos, as well.

 

On March 23 at 10am PT, YouTube is doing something they’ve never done before — dropping a collection of exclusive, new music videos from established and emerging artists, all at once.

 

YouTube has selected some of the most original music video directors alive today to produce these new videos and enlisted VICE to produce the entire program, including, but not limited to:

 

Action Bronson ft. Chance the Rapper

Cahoots

Charli XCX

Ed Sheeran & Rudimental

FKA twigs

Kygo ft. Parson James

Lindsey Stirling

Martin Garrix ft. Usher

MAX ft. Hoodie Allen

Migos

Megan Nicole

Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias

Shamir

Stay tuned by subscribing to the YouTube Music Awards channel for a behind the scenes look at shoots and teaser videos and more leading up to the 2015 YouTube Music Awards, presented by Kia, on March 23, 2015.

 

Latest videos available at:

 

YouTube Music Awards 2015 Show: Behind the Scenes & Teaser Videos

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbOq6ny6I6_lOxDDemRKyibAIGr_IZ2T8

 

Also, check out the playlist of the artists who won a 2015 YouTube Music Awards and subscribe to YouTube’s virtual host Tyler Oakley for more info and commentary on the show.

 

If you’re an artist hoping to earn a YouTube Music Award in the future, check out the newly launched YouTube for Artists program with more info to help you make the most of YouTube.

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