For the 2015 Much Music Video Awards, the Best Hip Hop video of the year category has never been so prestigious. The artists have not only accomplished success in Canada and The U.S but also internationally. Here are the Nominees:
Henny In Hand – Tory Lanez Directed by Andrew Hines
Brampton, Ontario’s Tory Lanez take us through a visually striking, emotional, and downtempo video to match the track.
Preach – SonReal Directed by Dane Collison
Quirky, strange, and unusual are all adjectives that can help describe SonReal’s personality and creativity. However, it is entirely beneficial and has allowed him to separate himself from the pack, his latest video Preach is a prime example.
DnF – P. Reign Feat. Drake & Future Directed by Drake And Davin Black
The OVO crew heads to the Caribbean to soak up the sun, enjoy the view, and to chase some girls.
No One Knows My Struggle – Natural Born Strangers Directed by Bobby James and Che Kothari
The Juno award winning trio Adam Bomb, Tona, and Rich Kidd, shoot a Bob Marley inspired video on location in Nine Mile, Jamaica.
Hope City II – John Rivers Directed by Trayne
Up and coming Mississauga rapper John Rivers continues to gain popularity and is bringing his city with him, in this humble video.
After viewing each video, who do you think earned the right to be crowned the best Hip Hop video of the year winner? Comment your opinion in the section below.