Drake took home the MTV Video Music Award Best Hip-Hop Video Moonman for Hold On (We're Going Home) on Sunday.

Pulled from Drake's album, Nothing Was the Same, Hold On (We're Going Home) snagged the honor over four other contestants.

Drake's Hold On (We're Going Home) dropped in 2013, and the video was released in September. With appearances by ASAP Rocky, Fredo Santana, Steven Bauer, Majid Jordan, and Johnny Simmons, the Bill Pope directed video features Drake as a kingpin

The 2014 Best Hip-Hop Video category was home to works by Childish Gambino, Eminem, Kanye West, and Wiz Khalifa.

Childish Gambino was nominated for his Hiro Murai directed video for 3005. Debuted in December of 2013, the video helped rocket the Because the Internet single to Gold status.

Drake wasn't the only nominee to feature fellow rappers in his work, and Eminem brought in Kendrick Lamar, Kid Rock, Mr. Porter, The Alchemist, and Saughterhouse for his Berzerk video. Directed by Syndrome, Berzerk comes from The Marshall Mathers LP 2.

Kanye West made the list with his Def Jam directed video for Black Skinhead. Pulled from Yeezus, the single's interactive video was released in July of 2013.

Wiz Khalifa rounded out the category with Balcc Hollywood's We Dem Boyz. Dropped in April, the Ethan Lader directed work included appearances by B.oB., Ty Dolla Sign, Chevy Woods, and Big K.R.I.T.

Click the video below to watch Drake's winning creation. Drake was not at the VMAs to accept his award.