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A History of Video of the Year Winners at the MMVAs

History of Best Video Winners

Starting out as Best Video back on June 17, 1990, the award for Video of the Year at the MMVAs has represented hardware going out to some of the greatest music videos ever created. From The Tragically Hip to Jann Arden, Moist to Kardinal Offishal, Billy Talent to Carly Rae Jepsen, the MMVA winners of Video of the Year act as a snapshot of what music looked like that year.

Today we’re going all the way back to where it began and looking at the incredible 25 year history of Video of the Year . This year, it’s three hip hop acts and two rock bands going head to head for the big prize. Will Hedley make history and become the only artists in MMVA history to win three times? Tune into the 2014 MMVAs on Sunday, June 15 on Much, CTV and CTV GO to see who will become a musical snapshot in time.

1990: Sun Comes Up (It’s Tuesday Morning), Cowboy Junkies

1991: Superman’s Song, Crash Test Dummies

1992: She-la, 54-40

1993: Locked In The Trunk of a Car, The Tragically Hip

1994: Hasn’t Hit Me Yet, Blue Rodeo

1995: Insensitive, Jann Arden

1996: Ahead by a Century, The Tragically Hip

1997: Tangerine, Moist

1998: Broken Bones, Love Inc.

1999: Steal My Sunshine, Len

2000: Load Me Up, Matthew Good Band

2001: In Repair, Our Lady Peace

2002: Too Bad, Nickelback

2003: Innocent, Our Lady Peace

2004: One Thing, Finger Eleven

2005: River Below, Billy Talent

2006: Everyday (Rudebwoy), Kardinal Offishall f. Ray Robinson

2007: Fallen Leaves, Billy Talent

2008: For the Nights I Can’t Remember, Hedley

2009: Gotta Be Somebody, Nickelback

2010: Perfect, Hedley

2011: Electric/Night Like This, Shawn Desman

2012: Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen

2013: Inner Ninja, Classified featuring David Myles

Watch Kendall and Kylie co-host the MMVAs, featuring performances from Lorde and Imagine Dragons, on Sunday, June 15 at 9E/6P on Much, CTV and CTV GO.

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