Travis Scott, Post Malone, Nicki Minaj & More Perform At 2018 MTV VMA’S



The most blazing stars in music were out in NYC Monday night for the yearly MTV Video Music Awards occurring at Radio City Music Hall. Apparently the second greatest night of the year in music, following the Grammy’s, the VMA’s will praise the year’s greatest and most achieved work in music, with Cardi B driving all chosen people with ten designations and the Carters (Jay and Beyonce) take after with eight gestures for their work.

Anyway the best piece of the night is in every case ordinarily the live exhibitions, and the current year’s was the same. Rationale and Ryan Tedder collaborated to play out their great new single “One Day,” before Nicki Minaj made that big appearance to play out a mixture of new hits from the World Trade Center metro station in New York City. Nicki proceeded to play out her Eminem coordinated effort “Superbness” before conveying “Barbie Dreams” as fans sang along to each word. She even spit an acapella refrain from “Ganja Burn,” and in conclusion finished things off with her 6ix9ine joint effort “FEFE,” which was a shock.

After Nicki, Travis Scott at that point made that big appearance for what DJ Khaled said was seemingly one of the greatest exhibitions ever on VMA’s. LaFlame played out a few cuts from his #1 collection Astroworld, including “Stargazing,” “Quit Trying To Be God,” and “Sicko Mode” with some assistance from James Blake.

Finally, Post Malone included his rockstar season and shut the night off with an uncommon exhibitions with 21 Savage and Aerosmith. Begun with an execution of “Rockstar,” Posty got a guitar and finished the night playing nearby Aerosmith as they shook out to their hit record “Dream On” and “Toys In The Attic.”

In the event that you missed it, don’t stress, we’ve arranged every one of the exhibitions from this evening’s show (beneath). Look at them all and let us know who had the best live execution?

Travis Scott “Stargazing” “Stop Trying To Be God” & “Sicko Mode”

Post Malone & Aerosmith – “Dream On” & “Toys In The Attic”

Logic & Ryan Tedder “One Day”

Nicki Minaj Medley of Hits

Ariana Grande – “God Is A Woman”

Jennifer Lopez (Video Vanguard Performance)

Shawn Mendes “In My Blood”