Broward County's XXXTentacion wins best album award at AMAs

Angelo Anderson
October 10, 2018

Taylor Swift became the most decorated female artist in the history of the American Music Awards with her wins on Tuesday at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theatre.

Broward County rapper XXXTentacion - who was fatally shot during a June robbery - was honored Tuesday at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles.

"This award and every single award given out tonight is voted on by the people". She urged her fans to get educated on the candidates for their states, then get out and vote, as well. After getting political in an Instagram post over the weekend, Taylor used her acceptance speech for Artist of the Year to encourage people to vote. The wins brought her lifetime total so far to 22, surpassing the previous record of 21 held by the late Whitney Houston. If you believe in equality for women, for people of color, for the LGBTQ community.

The AMAs, airing live on ABC, started with Swift onstage singing "I Did Something Bad" from her Reputation album.

As the most nominated artist of the night, the Bronx rapper delivered an electrifying performance of her No. 1 smash "I Like It" with help from J Balvin and Bad Bunny.

"I really want to thank my daughter", Cardi B said, adding: "I gotta prove people wrong".

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This was not only the group's first American Music Award nomination, but it is also now their first award from this show. A special tribute to Aretha Franklin is included, as is some early promotion for the upcoming Queen biopic Bohemian Rhapsody.

Migos were acknowledged as the favourite duo in the Pop/Rock category, while Mendes won the Adult Contemporary Artist. Bob Corker's seat. Swift, a Tennessee resident, also said she'd be voting for incumbent Rep. Jim Cooper, a Democrat.

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