The MTV Video Music Awards are right around the corner, and with Beyonce and Iggy Azalea leading the pack with the most nominations, what does it mean for the world of music to come?
It is no lie that people love Beyonce. Enstars took to Twitter to find reactions of a collaboration and found only positive reactions. She leads nominations at this years MTV Video Music Awards, and the way she gathered all the nominations is game changing to music.
The pop star released her album without any prior notice to the world. The album appeared digitally on iTunes as if by random, with a video for every song to be downloaded as well. The record, entitled Beyoncé, sold 617,000 units on iTunes in three days, breaking records and leading her to have the most nominations at the VMAs. Queen Bey is the pinnacle of pop stars, certainly showing fans her reign has not ended.
After the success of remaining quiet, will more stars find this approach in the upcoming year? Macklemore has returned to the studio but no mores news has surfaced, will he take to this approach?
Iggy Azalea is also leading nominations for the VMA's, being a newcomer to the industry. The star from Australia took vacations along the American South to learn her style and flow for rapping. Her songs give light to the fascination she has on the riches of American culture. She rivals Beyonce, a queen of American pop culture. Her newest video for Black Widow is a renewed look at Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill, maybe giving light on her triumph over American culture.
The two stars will be performing at this years VMA's, competing with each other in almost every category they are nominated for. Will the fans be more adept to the secret success of Beyonce or the new found 'American' goddess Iggy Azalea? Tune in Sunday, August 24 to find out.