2004 MTV Video Music Awards

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2004 MTV Video Music Awards
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Date Sunday, August 29, 2004
Location American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
Country USA
Host none
Official website mtv.com/ontv/vma/past-vmas/2004
Television coverage
Network MTV
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The 2004 MTV Video Music Awards aired live on August 29, 2004, honoring the best music videos from June 10, 2003 to June 30, 2004. The show took place at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida, and, unlike in previous years, had no host.

Nominations

Winners are in bold text.

Video of the Year

OutKast — "Hey Ya!"

Best Male Video

Usher (featuring Ludacris and Lil Jon) — "Yeah!"

Best Female Video

Beyoncé — "Naughty Girl"

Best Group Video

No Doubt — "It's My Life"

Best New Artist in a Video

Maroon 5 — "This Love"

Best Pop Video

No Doubt — "It's My Life"

Best Rock Video

Jet — "Are You Gonna Be My Girl"

Best R&B Video

Alicia Keys — "If I Ain't Got You"

Best Rap Video

Jay-Z — "99 Problems"

Best Hip-Hop Video

OutKast — "Hey Ya!"

Best Dance Video

Usher (featuring Ludacris & Lil Jon) — "Yeah!"

Breakthrough Video

Franz Ferdinand — "Take Me Out"

Best Direction in a Video

Jay-Z — "99 Problems" (Director: Mark Romanek)

Best Choreography in a Video

The Black Eyed Peas — "Hey Mama" (Choreographer: Fatima Robinson)

Best Special Effects in a Video

OutKast — "Hey Ya!" (Special Effects: Elad Offer, Chris Eckardt and Money Shots)

Best Art Direction in a Video

OutKast — "Hey Ya!" (Art Director: Eric Beauchamp)

Best Editing in a Video

Jay-Z — "99 Problems" (Editor: Robert Duffy)

Best Cinematography in a Video

Jay-Z — "99 Problems" (Director of Photography: Joaquín Baca-Asay)

Best Video Game Soundtrack

Tony Hawk's Underground (Activision)

MTV2 Award

Yellowcard — "Ocean Avenue"

Viewer's Choice

Linkin Park — "Breaking the Habit"

Performances

Pre-show

Main show

Appearances

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