What you need to know about the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards episode that will air on April 14

When you think of the MTV Video Game Awards, you probably think of something like the Grammys.

You probably think about the Oscars.

Or maybe you think about a certain video game.

In fact, you may not even think of it as the MTV VMA Awards at all.

In fact, it’s an entirely different event, called the MTV Music Awards.

That’s because the MTV VMAs are actually an online concert series, not an actual music awards show.

And unlike the Grammy or Oscar ceremonies, the MTV awards are not held in theaters and are hosted at a large event center in Los Angeles, which means they can’t be attended by the general public.

Instead, they are streamed live on a dedicated MTV channel that will be available exclusively to the dedicated fan base.

The event, which will air this year at the Staples Center in Los Vegas, is the first major music awards series in over a decade.

In 2008, MTV launched its first-ever Music Awards show, which was hosted by the likes of Jay-Z, Eminem, Rihanna, and other top acts.

MTV’s music awards program, which started in 2010, has grown in size every year since.

In 2016, the program reached a total of 496 shows, with an average of 8.4 million viewers each.

In addition to its live streaming, MTV also offers fans an opportunity to vote on which artists will receive an award, with the top two picks receiving a Grammy, and the rest receiving a MMGA or VMAs.

The winner gets to appear on the show for two weeks before the show airs, and will then be voted on for an MTV Video Video Music Award.

This year, the show’s host will be none other than rapper Kanye West.

In 2017, the winner will also receive a Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as the chance to perform for the VMAs, along with the other winners.

As the host of MTV’s Music Awards, West is one of the biggest stars in the music industry, and he’s also the host for MTV’s Video Music awards show, MTV Video Awards Live.

West has been nominated for more than 30 awards, including three Grammys and a nomination for Best Hip Hop Performance at the Grammie Awards in 2010.

He’s also a regular on the MTV reality show The Real World with Andy Cohen.

On April 14, West will be the keynote speaker at the MTV music awards.

He will be joined by producer Paul Stanley and producer and director Michael O’Connell, who is also the show host.

In an interview with MTV News, West revealed that he’s not just a guest speaker, but he also plays a key role in the MTV video game show, and has been involved with the VMA program since its inception.

“I’ve been doing it since the beginning,” West said.

“I have a great relationship with Paul and Michael, so I’m happy to be a part of it.

I have to say, this is my first time.

I’m super happy to do it.

It’s a dream come true to be in the company of this guy.”

West was also asked about the future of the VMAS.

He said that the MTV show is the most important thing for the network and that he’d love to continue to host it.

He even teased a new season of the show that he hopes will be bigger than the previous seasons.

“That would be awesome, and hopefully we’ll get it up in 2018,” West continued.

“It’s going to be really, really fun.

I think we’ve got a lot of great talent on it.

We’ve got the best producers, we’ve had the best writers, and we’ve all been working together for a really long time.

So I think, as long as we do it, I think it’s gonna be really good.”

West, Stanley, and O’Connaughton have been nominated several times for MTV Video Album of the Year and Music Video of the Month awards, with all three winning MTV Video of The Year in 2016 and 2017.

Last year, they also received nominations for VH1 Video of 2016, VH3 Video of 2017, VEVO Video of 2018, and MTV VMD for Best Video of All Time.