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Kanye West to Receive Video Vanguard Award at MTV VMAs
MTV will acknowledge Kanye West with its highest honor this Sunday night.
The cable network announced today that Mr. Kim Kardashian will receive the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the upcoming Video Music Awards.
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Remember when MTV (music television) actually used to play music videos on TV? Yeah, we do too. Pour one out for the good ol' days...
After three years of airing 'round-the-clock music, MTV unleashed a phenomenon known as Video Music Awards upon the world in 1984.
Kanye West Goes Dark, Performs "Blood on the Leaves" at MTV Video Music Awards
As evidenced by the reveal of North West last week, Kanye West is the father of an adorable, healthy baby girl.
But that doesn't mean the artist is suddenly in a bright and shiny mood.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Star in Video Music Awards Commercial
Apparently Kanye West and his "Perfect Bitch" can actually do something aside from pose for the paparazzi.
In a new spot for the MTV Video Music Awards, Kanye and Kim Kardashian are actually seen interacting for the first time (for marketing purposes, of course), as they appear opposite comedian/event host Kevin Hart. The subject of the commercial?
Kanye West and Jay-Z Perform "Otis" at the VMAs
It was billed as a surprise performance, but word leaked out well ahead of time.
Still, the crowd went crazy at last night's MTV Video Music Awards when Kanye West and new father-to-be (!!!!!!!!!!) Jay-Z took to the stage for a rendition of "Otis." Off their mega-hit album "Watch the Throne," the single features each artist doing his talented thing.
Kanye West Toasts to Douchebags, Debuts New Song at VMAs
Was this the song written for Taylor Swift?
At last night's MTV Video Awards, Kanye West introduced "Runaway" to the crowd, a single that started with the rapper going solo on a synthesizer before chanting: "You've been putting up with my s–– for way too long."