The 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards are returning on May 27th. As always, our listeners get the opportunity to decide the winners in several categories, including Best Music Video. From BTS’ perfectly-choreographed “Dynamite” video to Harry Styles’ scenic “Watermelon Sugar” video and Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's epic “Rain On Me," video the nominations are stacked. It’s now up to you, the fans, to decide who will take home the trophy!
Social voting will close on May 19th at 11:59 PM ET for all categories. Fans can vote on Twitter using the appropriate category and nominee hashtags or by visiting iHeartRadio.com/awards. Before you vote, scroll below to see the complete list of Best Music Video nominees.
Dua Lipa - “Don’t Start Now”
In the video for Dua's catchy break up track, the pop superstar gives us some serious FOMO as she's seen bouncing from club to club with friends on a fun night out.
Vote using these hashtags: #DontStartNow #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
The Weeknd - “Blinding Lights”
Following the story from his video for "Heartless," Abel gets a little bloody, gives us some street choreography and rides through Sin City in this dizzying clip.
Vote using these hashtags: #BlindingLights #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
BTS - “Dynamite”
The video for the group's first English language single has recently become their latest to reach one billion views on YouTube. We can see why. Aside from the phenomenal choreography that we've come to expect from the guys, there are so many fun moments throughout. You can't help but dance along every time.
Vote using these hashtags: #Dynamite #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
Maluma - “Hawái”
Maluma dropped his break-up song, alongside a cinematic music video, that begins with the Colombian singer and his girlfriend ending a toxic relationship and ending with a huge twist.
Vote using these hashtags: #Hawai #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
BLACKPINK - “How You Like That”
Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé radiate confidence in the video that kicked off BP's latest era. BLACKPINK gave us a stunning video with an explosive dance break to match this badass track.
Vote using these hashtags: #HowYouLikeThat #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
Future ft. Drake - “Life Is Good”
Future and Drake show us just what it'd be like if these two rap titans worked everyday jobs — and we loved every single moment of it.
Vote using these hashtags: #LifeIsGood #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande - “Rain On Me”
In the video for this match made in musical heaven, the pair lets their hair down to dance up a storm in futuristic outfits. It was everything we expected and more.
Vote using these hashtags: #RainOnMe #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
Cardi B ft. Megan Thee Stallion - “WAP”
The steamiest song to come out of 2020 has a music video to match. The clip features famous faces like Normani, Kylie Jenner and Rosalia, to name a few. Oh, and there's leopards, tigers and plenty of skin.
Vote using these hashtags: #WAP #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
Harry Styles - “Watermelon Sugar”
The visual for Harry's smooth summer song is jam-packed with Easter eggs, including notable accessories worn throughout his career and nods to previous music clips by the singer. In the video, which Styles dedicated to "touching", he frolics with a group of models enjoying — you guessed it — watermelon on the beach.
Vote using these hashtags: #WatermelonSugar #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards
Justin Bieber - “Yummy”
The Biebs made his comeback with a cotton candy-coated world and plenty of choreography to pair.
Vote using these hashtags: #Yummy #BestMusicVideo #iHeartAwards