How to dominate the Billboard Music Awards

We’re days away from Billboard Music on Sunday (May 15) Awardswhere music’s biggest stars celebrate their success on the Billboard graphics. Who are some of the greatest artists of all time at the awards show and who could dominate this year?

BBMA finalists and winners are based on top fan interactions with music, including digital album and song sales, streaming, radio airplay and touring.

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Duck currently has more BBMA than any artist in history with 29 wins, thanks to his string of hit albums and singles. Taylor Swift follows as the biggest BBMA winner of all time with 25 total wins, dating back to 2011 when she won her first country album award for Speak Now. Justin Bieber completes the top three with 21 total wins, thanks in part to his breakout year in 2017, when he won five awards for just one song: his remix of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee“Despacito”.

Who could win big this year Billboard Music Awards? The weekend leads the pack this year as a finalist in 17 categories. He already has 19 wins, making him the fifth highest earning artist of all time. If he wins 11 of his 17 nominations, he can take Drake’s crown as the biggest BBMA winner in history. Swift could also claim the title if she wins five of the seven categories in which she is a finalist this year. Drake could also break his own record, as he is a finalist in 11 categories.

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