|IHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards|
The iHeartRadio MuchMusic Video Awards (also known as simply the MMVAs, and originally known as the Canadian Music Video Awards until 1995, and formerly and commonly known as the MuchMusic Video Awards) are annual awards presented by the Canadian television channel Much to honour the year's best music videos.
In their modern form, the MMVAs are not held in a conventional theatre, but instead as a large street party situated around 299 Queen Street West—the main downtown Torontostudios of Much and other properties owned by its parent company Bell Media, including its parking lot, and parts of the street proper. There are no hosts or announcers in the traditional awards-show fashion; instead, the Much VJs are an integral part of the festivities, introducing (and interviewing) the awards' presenters and winners throughout the show. As with many modern awards shows (such as the MTV Video Music Awards), many presenters and performers may have little or no connection to the music industry or that year's nominees. Winners of a MuchMusic Video Award receive a statue made by New York firm, Society Awards.
Each year, MMVA viewers are encouraged to visit the website to vote for the Fan Fave category which includes Video, Artist or Group, and International Artist or Group.
Although he did not win an award, but was nominated for two.
- Most Buzzworthy International Artist or Group — nominated
- iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year — nominated