twenty one pilots, MGK, All Time Low and more among nominees for 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards
iHeartRadio have shared the full list of nominees for their eighth annual awards ahead of the event on May 27.
Voting is officially now open for the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards, with the likes of twenty one pilots, Machine Gun Kelly, All Time Low, Foo Fighters, AC/DC, The Pretty Reckless and more all in with a shout of scooping a gong.
“The iHeartRadio Music Awards is a true awards show recognising the artists and songs fans have listened to and loved all year long,” says John Sykes, iHeartMedia president of entertainment enterprises (via Variety).
twenty one pilots are up for three awards – Best Duo/Group of the Year, Alternative Rock Song of the Year for Level Of Concern, and Alternative Rock Artist of the Year – while All Time Low, AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne and The Pretty Reckless are all nominated in two categories.
Elsewhere, MGK’s Bloody Valentine is included in the Alternative Rock Song of the Year category alongside All Time Low’s huge hit Monsters, while TPR, Chris Cornell, Foo Fighters, AC/DC and Ozzy all have entries in Rock Song of the Year.
Check out the rock and alternative nominees below:
Best Duo/Group of the Year
Dan + Shay
twenty one pilots
Alternative Rock Song of the Year
Bang! – AJR
Bloody Valentine – Machine Gun Kelly
everything i wanted – Billie Eilish
Level Of Concern – twenty one pilots
Monsters – All Time Low featuring blackbear
Alternative Rock Artist of the Year
All Time Low
Cage the Elephant
twenty one pilots
Best New Rock/Alternative Rock Artist
Royal & The Serpent
Rock Song of the Year
Death By Rock And Roll – The Pretty Reckless
Patience – Chris Cornell
Shame Shame – Foo Fighters
Shot In The Dark – AC/DC
Under The Graveyard – Ozzy Osbourne
Rock Artist of the Year
Five Finger Death Punch
The Pretty Reckless
The 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards will air on May 27 from 8 – 10pm ET. Voting is open now, and ends on May 19.
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