Daily Archives: September 11, 2010

2010 mtv vma / indoob picks – video of the year

It’s come to this moment. VIDEO OF THE YEAR! You’ve seen all of these videos by now and you can probably guess who my pick is for the winner. I’d almost bet actually cash money that my pick is the

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2010 mtv vma / indoob picks – breakthrough video

I’m not really sure what this category means, to be truthful to you guys. It’s not about a breakthrough artist since most of these guys have been around for quite some time. But perhaps it’s about a video that is

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