iHeart Music Award nominees 2024: Taylor Swift, Jelly Roll, 21 Savage, SZA and Olivia Rodrigo lead with most n – Daily Mail

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The nominees for the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards were announced on Thursday.

Taylor Swift, Jelly Roll, 21 Savage, SZA and Olivia Rodrigo lead with most nominations. 

Airing LIVE from Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, Monday, April 1 on FOX, the event also will be heard on iHeartRadio stations nationwide and on the iHeartRadio app.

Artists receiving multiple nominations include, 21 Savage, Beyoncé, Billie Eilish, Blink-182, Carin León, David Kushner, Doechii, Doja Cat, Drake, Dua Lipa, Fall Out Boy, Foo Fighters, Grupo Frontera, Ice Spice, Jelly Roll.

Also on the list is Jung Kook, Karol G, Lil Durk, Luke Combs, Megan Moroney, Metro Boomin, Miley Cyrus, Morgan Wallen, Noah Kahan, Olivia Rodrigo, Paramore, Peso Pluma, Rema, Selena Gomez, Shakira, SZA.

The Weeknd, Tyla, Usher and Yng Lvcas round out the list.

Song of the Year went to: ‘Calm Down’ – Rema and Selena Gomez; ‘Creepin” – Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage; ‘Cruel Summer’ – Taylor Swift; ‘Dance The Night’ – Dua Lipa; ‘Fast Car’ – Luke Combs; ‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus; ‘Kill Bill’ – SZA; ‘Last Night’- Morgan Wallen; ‘Paint The Town Red’ – Doja Cat; and ‘vampire’ – Olivia Rodrigo.

‘Our iHeartRadio Music Awards are special because they’re truly reflective of what listeners love,’ said Tom Poleman, Chief Programming Officer for iHeartMedia. ‘We’re excited to share the journey on how they became the biggest songs and celebrate these amazing artists with music fans across the nation together LIVE from Los Angeles.’

In addition to paying tribute to music and artists, the 2024 iHeartRadio Music Awards will again celebrate the fans, giving iHeartRadio listeners the opportunity to decide winners in several new and established categories.

Fan voting will determine this year’s Best Lyrics, Best Music Video, Best Fan Army, Social Star Award, Favorite Tour Photographer, TikTok Bop of the Year, Favorite On Screen, Favorite Tour Style and Favorite Debut Album.

The 12th annual iHeartRadio Music Awards will celebrate the most-played artists and songs on iHeartRadio stations and the iHeartRadio app throughout 2023, while also offering a preview of the upcoming hits of 2024. 

The show will feature award presentations in multiple categories, live performances from the biggest artists in music, surprise guests and collaborations and will showcase the stories of the winning artists’ road to #1. 

Musician Jason Jelly Roll DeFord testifies during a Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs hearing to examine stopping the flow of fentanyl, on Januar 11 in Washington

Olivia Rodrigo performs at The Other stage during Glastonbury 2022, day four. Glastonbury Festival, in 2022

Song of the Year went to: 'Calm Down' - Rema and Selena Gomez (pictured); 'Creepin'' - Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage; 'Cruel Summer' - Taylor Swift; 'Dance The Night' - Dua Lipa; 'Fast Car' - Luke Combs; 'Flowers'- Miley Cyrus; 'Kill Bill' - SZA; 'Last Night'- Morgan Wallen; 'Paint The Town Red' - Doja Cat; and 'vampire' - Olivia Rodrigo

Since the iHeartRadio Music Awards’ inception in 2013, the show has included live performances and appearances by superstar artists, such as Alicia Keys, Ariana Grande, Blake Shelton, and many others.

‘The iHeartRadio Music Awards is a night where we celebrate the biggest artists and songs fans loved listening to on the radio all year long,’ said John Sykes, President of Entertainment Enterprises for iHeartMedia.

‘We’ll also share stories from the artists themselves about their hard-fought journeys to the top of the charts.’

Social voting begins today, January 18, and will close on March 25 at 11:59 p.m. PT for all categories. Fans can vote by visiting iHeartRadio.com/awards.

Among the many winners of the 2023 Awards were Taylor Swift for Song of the Year; Harry Styles for Artist of the Year; and Imagine Dragons for Best Duo/Group of the Year. The 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards also honored P!NK with the 2023 iHeartRadio Icon Award and Taylor Swift with the 2023 iHeartRadio Innovator Award.


Song of the Year:

‘Calm Down’ – Rema and Selena Gomez

‘Creepin” – Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage

‘Cruel Summer’ – Taylor Swift

‘Dance The Night’ – Dua Lipa

‘Fast Car’ – Luke Combs

‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus

‘Kill Bill’ – SZA

‘Last Night’- Morgan Wallen

‘Paint The Town Red’ – Doja Cat

‘vampire’ – Olivia Rodrigo


(New for 2024) Pop Song of the Year:

‘Calm Down’ – Rema and Selena Gomez

‘Cruel Summer’ – Taylor Swift

‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus

‘Kill Bill’ – SZA

‘vampire’ – Olivia Rodrigo

(New for 2024) Pop Artist of the Year:

Doja Cat

Miley Cyrus

Olivia Rodrigo


Taylor Swift


Artist of the Year:


Jelly Roll

Luke Combs

Miley Cyrus

Morgan Wallen

Olivia Rodrigo



Taylor Swift



Duo/Group of the Year:



Dan + Shay

Fall Out Boy

Foo Fighters

Jonas Brothers






Best Collaboration:

‘All My Life’ – Lil Durk ft. J. Cole

‘Barbie World (with Aqua)’ – Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice

‘Boy’s a liar Pt.2’ – PinkPantheress and Ice Spice

‘Calm Down’- Rema and Selena Gomez

‘Creepin” – Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage

‘Good Good’ – Usher, Summer Walker and 21 Savage

‘Rich Flex’ – Drake and 21 Savage

‘Thank God’ – Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown

‘Tomorrow 2’ – GloRilla with Cardi B

‘TQG’ – Karol G and Shakira


Best New Artist (Pop):

David Kushner


Jelly Roll


Stephen Sanchez


Country Song of the Year:

‘Fast Car’ – Luke Combs

‘Heart Like A Truck’ – Lainey Wilson

‘Last Night’ – Morgan Wallen

‘Rock and A Hard Place’ – Bailey Zimmerman

‘Thank God’ – Kane Brown and Katelyn Brown


Country Artist of the Year:

Jason Aldean

Jelly Roll

Lainey Wilson

Luke Combs

Morgan Wallen


Best New Artist (Country):

Corey Kent

Jackson Dean

Jelly Roll

Megan Moroney

Nate Smith


Hip-Hop Song of the Year:

‘All My Life’- Lil Durk ft. J. Cole

‘fukumean’- Gunna

‘Just Wanna Rock’ – Lil Uzi Vert

‘Rich Flex’ – Drake and 21 Savage

‘Tomorrow 2’- GloRilla with Cardi B


Hip-Hop Artist of the Year:

21 Savage




Lil Durk


Best New Artist (Hip-Hop):


Ice Spice

Lola Brooke

Sexyy Red

Young Nudy


R&B Song of the Year:

‘Creepin”- Metro Boomin with The Weeknd and 21 Savage

‘CUFF IT’- Beyoncé

‘Good Good’ – Usher, Summer Walker and 21 Savage

‘On My Mama’ – Victoria Monét

‘Snooze’- SZA


R&B Artist of the Year:


Brent Faiyaz

Chris Brown



Best African Music Artist:

Burna Boy






Best New Artist (R&B):

Coco Jones


Kenya Vaun

October London

Victoria Monét


Alternative Song of the Year:

‘Lost’ – Linkin Park

‘Love From The Other Side’ – Fall Out Boy

‘One More Time’- Blink-182

‘Rescued’- Foo Fighters

‘This Is Why’- Paramore


Alternative Artist of the Year:


Fall Out Boy

Foo Fighters

Green Day



Best New Artist (Alt and Rock):

Bad Omens


Jelly Roll


Noah Kahan


Rock Song of the Year:

’72 Seasons’ – Metallica

‘Dead Don’t Die’- Shinedown

‘Lost’ – Linkin Park

‘Need A Favor’ – Jelly Roll

‘Rescued’ – Foo Fighters


Rock Artist of the Year:


Foo Fighters

Jelly Roll




Dance Song of the Year:

’10:35′- Tiësto ft. Tate McRae

‘Baby Don’t Hurt Me’ – David Guetta, Anne-Marie and Coi Leray

‘Padam Padam’ – Kylie Minogue

‘Praising You’ – Rita Ora ft. Fatboy Slim

‘Strangers’ – Kenya Grace


Dance Artist of the Year:

Anabel Englund

David Guetta


Kylie Minogue


Latin Pop / Urban Song of the Year:

‘La Bachata’ – Manuel Turizo

‘La Bebe (remix)’ – Yng Lvcas and Peso Pluma

‘Lala’- Myke Towers

‘Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53’- Shakira and Bizarrap

‘TQG’- Karol G and Shakira


Latin Pop / Urban Artist of the Year:

Bad Bunny


Karol G

Manuel Turizo



Best New Artist (Latin Pop / Urban):

Bad Gyal



Yng Lvcas

Young Miko


Regional Mexican Song of the Year:

‘Bebe Dame’- Fuerza Regida and Grupo Frontera

‘Ella Baila Sola’ – Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma

‘Indispensable’ – Carin León

‘Qué Onda Perdida’ – Grupo Firme ft. Gerardo Coronel

‘Qué Vuelvas’- Carin León and Grupo Frontera


Regional Mexican Artist of the Year:

Calibre 50

Carin León

El Fantasma

Grupo Frontera

Peso Pluma

Best New Artist (Regional Mexican):

Gabito Ballesteros

Gerardo Coronel

Grupo Frontera

Junior H

Peso Pluma


(New for 2024) K-pop Artist of the Year:


Jung Kook

NCT Dream


Stray Kids


(New for 2024) K-pop Song of the Year:

‘Bouncy (K-Hot Chilli Peppers)’ – ATEEZ

‘Cupid (Twin Version)’- FIFTY FIFTY

‘S-Class’ – Stray Kids

‘Seven’ Jung Kook ft. Latto

‘Super Shy’ – NewJeans

(New for 2024) Best New Artist (K-pop):







Producer of the Year:

Carter Lang

Dan Nigro

Jack Antonoff

Kid Harpoon

Rob Bisel


Songwriter of the Year:


Ashley Gorley

J Kash

Jack Antonoff

Michael Ross Pollack

Best Lyrics: *Socially Voted Category

‘Dial Drunk’- Noah Kahan

‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus

‘Greedy’- Tate McRae

‘Houdini’- Dua Lipa

‘Is It Over Now? (Taylor’s Version)’- Taylor Swift

‘Last Night’- Morgan Wallen

‘Lovin On Me’- Jack Harlow

‘Nonsense’- Sabrina Carpenter

‘Paint The Town Red’- Doja Cat

‘vampire’- Olivia Rodrigo

‘Water’- Tyla

‘What Was I Made For?’- Billie Eilish


Best Music Video: *Socially Voted Category

‘3D’- Jung Kook ft. Jack Harlow

‘Dance The Night’- Dua Lipa


‘Flowers’- Miley Cyrus

‘I’m Good (Blue)’ – Bebe Rexha and David Guetta

‘Kill Bill’- SZA

‘La Bebe (Remix)’- Yng Lvcas and Peso Pluma

‘Paint The Town Red’- Doja Cat

‘Seven’- Jung Kook ft. Latto

‘TQG’- Karol G and Shakira

‘vampire’- Olivia Rodrigo

‘What Was I Made For?’- Billie Eilish




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