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The 2015 mtvU Woodies: See The Full Winners List

Childish Gambino cleaned up.

It may have been raining in Austin, Texas, Friday night (March 20) but that didn't stop the 2015 mtvU Woodies from burning the eff up with performances from the likes of Years & Years, Fall Out Boy, Big Sean and James Bay. Oh, and then there were some awards (of course), the BIG WINNER of the night being... drumroll please... Childish Gambino!

Former host and Woodies performer Childish took home the award for Best Video for “Sober” and the Next Level Performance Woodie for creating an app that allowed users to display messages onto his tour stage.

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Donald Glover wasn't the only artist having a big night, however -- Fall Out Boy was the first-ever inductee into the Hall of Wood, heralding that honor with a career-spanning performance -- and Woodie of the Year went to producer/electronic musician Porter Robinson. Years & Years -- after making their U.S. TV debut with a bonkers performance of "King" -- took home the night's other big honor, the Artist To Watch Woodie.

And that's just the tip of the awards iceberg, dudes. Check out the full list of honors below!

Woodie Of The Year

Porter Robinson

Charli XCX

FKA twigs

J. Cole

Run The Jewels

Sam Smith

Artist To Watch Woodie

Years & Years

James Bay

Kygo

MisterWives

Rae Sremmurd

Raury

Best Video Woodie

Childish Gambino, "Sober"

Bad Suns, "Salt"

Beyoncé, "7/11"

FKA twigs, "Pendulum"

Flying Lotus feat. Kendrick Lamar, "Never Catch Me"

Vic Mensa, "Down On My Luck"

Co-Sign Woodie

Hoodie Allen feat. Ed Sheeran, "All About It"

Alesso feat. Tove Lo, "Heroes (We Could Be)"

Eminem feat. Dej Loaf, "Detroit VS. Everybody"

Fences feat. Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, "Arrows"

iLoveMakonnen feat. Drake, "Tuesday"

Jack ü feat. Kiesza, "Take ü There"

Cover Woodie

Taylor Swift, "Riptide" by Vance Joy

Charli XCX, "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift

Ed Sheeran, Sia & Grouplove, "Drunk In Love" by Beyoncé

Kiesza, "Take Me To Church" by Hozier

Lorde, "Don't Tell Em'" by Jeremih

Sam Smith, "How Will I Know" by Whitney Houston

Next Level Performance Woodie

Childish Gambino

Big Data

Drake & Lil Wayne

Sia

Skrillex

College Radio Woodie

University of Pittsburgh - WPTS

Arizona State University - KASC

Boston University - WTBU

Eastern Illinois University - WEIU

Hofstra University - WRHU

James Madison University - WXJM

Loyola University Chicago - WLUW

Marywood University - WVMW

St. Edward's University - Topper Radio

University of California, Berkeley - KALX

Social Climber Woodie

Jack and Jack

Kenzie Nimmo

Rajiv Dhall

Lia Marie Johnson

DeStorm Power