Woodie Of The Year

  1. Mac Miller Wins Woodie Of The YearMac Miller Wins Woodie Of The Year


    Thanks to his wildly popular mixtapes "K.I.D.S" and "Best Day Ever," Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller got himself about a bajillion Twitter and Facebook fans before he was even signed to a label.

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Best Video Woodie


  1. Directed by Drew Barrymore


    Director Drew Barrymore went all "West Side Story" on us in "Our Deal." Starring Chloe Moretz and Tyler Posey and set to the dreamy sounds of Best Coast's surf pop, rival gangs Day Trotters and Night Creepers attempt to settle the score.

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Performing Woodie

  1. Mac Miller Wins Performing WoodieMac Miller Wins Performing Woodie


    Rapper Mac Miller doesn't have to do much and his millions of Twitter and Facebook fans will like him no matter what. But the 19-year-old from Pittsburgh takes his youthful enthusiasm to the stage each and every time he performs, making everyone in the crowd throw up his favorite hand sign -- a thumbs up.

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EDM Effect Woodie

  1. Calvin Harris Wins EDM Effect WoodieCalvin Harris Wins EDM Effect Woodie


    In one of 2011's biggest songs, Calvin Harris helped make EDM a certified movement on his collaboration with Rihanna, "We Found Love." Even though it was released at the end of the year, "We Found Love" was still the longest-charting number No. 1 single of 2011.

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Breaking Woodie

  1. Machine Gun Kelly Wins Breaking WoodieMachine Gun Kelly Wins Breaking Woodie


    Ohio isn't exactly known as the birthplace of emerging rappers, but Machine Gun Kelly's doing his best to change that. He's the first rapper ever to win at the Apollo Theatre, and MTV voted him Hottest Breakthrough MC of 2011.

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College Radio Woodie

  1. WASU Wins College Radio WoodieWASU Wins College Radio Woodie


    Appalachian State's 90.5 WASU-FM, The App, has more than 80 deejays. The station broadcasts specialty shows including underground hip-hop, metal, talk, up and coming artists and more.

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