Meet the artists vying for Your Fave Video Wildcard
Now is your chance to vote for this year’s Your Fave Wildcard spots! Four of the five spots for Your Fave Video, Your Fave Artist or Group and Your Fave International Artist or Group have been chosen and it’s time for you to help decide who rounds out the category.
Today we’re looking at Your Fave Video. Drake, Arcade Fire, SonReal and Hedley are already guaranteed a chance at the big prize, but who will win the coveted Wildcard slot?
We always promote responsible voting and know that you, the concerned voter, need to be an informed voter as well. To help you make your pick for Your Fave Video Wildcard, here are some need to know facts about the five
politicians artists. Click here to VOTE!
MMVA History: Nominated for Video of the Year in 2013
Biggest Career Milestone: Scoring an opening spot for Drake’s Second Annual OVO Fest
Why We Love Them: Not many artists can transport us on a musical journey like The Weeknd.
City and Colour
MMVA History: Performed in 2011 and 2006, Presented in 2008, Won Peoples Choice: Favourite Artist in 2006
Biggest Career Milestone: The albums Little Hell and The Hurry and The Harm have both gone number one in Canada.
Why We Love Them: Whether it’s as part of Alexisonfire or City and Colour, Dallas Green goes with the MMVAs like PB and jam.
MMVA History: Performed in 2011, has won three MMVAs
Biggest Career Milestone: Dobson helped write Selena Gomez’s track Round and Round, which hit 24 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Why We Love Her: A rock star and a pop star all in one, Dobson is a strong role model for young fans.
MMVA History: Performed in 2013 and won Rock/Alternative Video of the Year
Biggest Career Milestone: Has six Junos to her name, including Songwriter and Artist of the Year in 2014.
Why We Love Her: Not many artists can make love songs that cause us to ugly cry like Serena Ryder.
Biggest Career Milestone: Electronic godfather Steve Aoki is a huge fan.
Why We Love Them: The Toronto duo have become the next big thing in Canadian electronic music.
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