OMG, the OMAs! Because we didn't have enough fun the first two times, the O Music Awards are back for round three, from the same people who brought you Chiddy Bang's nine-hour freestyle and the world's longest dance party. On June 27, the O Music Awards will attempt to break another world record -- the most live concerts in 24 hours in multiple cities! The record is currently held by Jay-Z, but one courageous band -- we'll reveal which band soon, so stay tuned -- will attempt to beat it: they'll board a tricked-out bus and zigzag across the southeast hitting a total of eight cities, starting in Memphis and ending in New Orleans. B ut that's not all -- this is gonna be the world’s first 24-hour, livestreamed awards show. Um, holy s***! Can't wait to see how they pull this off.
The O Music Awards are a celebration of all things related to digital music innovation, both online and off, and this year's list of will release their full list of categories and nominees will be revealed May 23 -- and you can write in nominees yourself, too. Hell, you could even nominate yourself. Past winners include Björk, Kanye West and Tokio Hotel and have featured live performances by Foster The People, Mac Miller and Alabama Shakes. So basically, anyone in the world can be nominated and everyone is invited. We can't wait.