Mnet Asian Music Award For Best Music Video
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Mnet Asian Music Award For Best Music Video
Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Music Video Award
( )
Awarded forquality short form music videos
CountrySouth Korea
Presented byCJ E&M Pictures (Mnet)
First awarded1999
Currently held byBTS - "Idol"
(2018)
WebsiteMnet Asian Music Awards

The Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Music Video Award ( ) is an award presented annually by CJ E&M Pictures (Mnet). It was first awarded at the 1st Mnet Asian Music Awards ceremony held in 1999; the band Lee Seung-hwan won the award for their song "A Request", and it is given in honor for the performers, directors, and producers of quality short form music videos in the music industry.[1]

The category was a former daesang (or grand prize) award and was originally titled "Music Video of the Year" until 2005. Since then, it was demoted to being one of the categories named "Best Music Video".

Winners and nominees

Year[I] Winner(s) Music video Nominee(s)
Music Video of the Year (daesang)
1999
(1st)
Lee Seung-hwan "A Request" no nominees announced
2000
(2nd)
Jo Sungmo "Do You Know"
2001
(3rd)
Wax "Fix My Makeup"
2002
(4th)
Jo PD "My Style"
2003
(5th)
Big Mama "Break Away"
2004
(6th)
BoA "My Name"
2005
(7th)
Drunken Tiger "Isolated Ones! Left Foot Forward!"
Best Music Video
2006
(8th)
Psy "Entertainer"
2007
(9th)
Dynamic Duo "Attendance Check"
2008
(10th)
Wonder Girls "Nobody"
2009
(11th)
2NE1 "Fire"
2010
(12th)
2NE1 "Can't Nobody"
2011
(13th)
BIGBANG "Love Song"
  • Brown Eyed Girls - "Sixth Sense"
  • Jang Kiha and The Faces - "Just Know Each Other"
  • Sunny Hill - "Midnight Circus"
  • UV - "Itaewon Freedom"
2012
(14th)
Psy "Gangnam Style"
2013
(15th)
G-Dragon "Coup d'Etat"
2014
(16th)
2PM "Go Crazy!"
2015
(17th)
BIGBANG "Bae Bae"
2016
(18th)
Black Pink "Whistle"
2017
(19th)
BTS "Spring Day"
2018
(20th)
BTS "Idol"

^[I] Each year is linked to the article about the Mnet Asian Music Awards held that year.

Multiple awards for Best Music Video

As of 2016, three (3) artists received the title two or more times. (not including the Best Music Video daesang award)

Artist Record Set First year awarded Recent year awarded
BIGBANG 2 2011 2015
Psy 2006 2012
2NE1 2009 2010
BTS 2017 2018

Gallery of winners

Notes

References

  • "M.net Asian Music Awards Winners list by year". mwave. MAMA.
  • "M.net Asian Music Awards Broadcasts by year". mwave. MAMA.
  • "M.net Asian Music Awards Photos by year". mwave. MAMA.

External links


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