The American singer Camila Cabello has her role on the MTV Europe Awards achieved. They went Sunday night in Bilbao, with the award for best female artist, best song (Havana) and best video home.
The 21-year-old singer, born in Cuba, responded excited. “This is the best year in my life,” she explained. The number Havana, that she, together with rapper Young Thug yet to sing, was already more than 1.3 billion views on YouTube. At the end of August redeemed them two nominations at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMA) in the United States.
The singer was in Europe six times been nominated and so the large favorite. For ‘best female artist’ she had to compete against Ariana Grande, Post Malone, Drake, and Dua Lipa.
The American rapper Nicki Minaj took the award for best hip-hop artist and best ‘looks’ to the house. She performed during the show in Bilbao two times, together with the French dj David Guetta and American singer Jason Derulo.
In the other categories won, Dua Lipa (best female pop), the American band Panic! at the disco (alternative artist), Marshmello (best electro) and Cardi B. (best newcomer). Canadian Shawn Mendes received the award for best live artist.
The American singer Janet Jackson, who for more than thirty years active in the music business, was awarded as ‘global icon’. In the same category went to earlier U2, Queen, Whitney Houston and Eminem with that price walk away. In her acceptance speech said Jackson to speak in the name of all the abused and oppressed women, whose voice is not heard’.