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MTV Russia Music Awards

MTV Russia Music Awards
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Matreshka - prize of RMA Awards
Awarded forBest in music
CountryRussia
Presented byMTV
First awarded2004
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The MTV Russia Music Awards made its debut in 2004 and have celebrated local Russian talent as well as International. The MTV Russia Music Awards (RMA) features local and international acts and music celebrities being honoured by Russian viewers.

Host cities

Year Venue Host City Presenter Special guests
2004 State Kremlin Palace Moscow Konstantin Khabensky Queen, The Rasmus, Darren Hayes
2005 Red Square Shnur and Anna Azarova Korn, The 69 Eyes, Kelly Osbourne
2006 Ice Palace Saint Petersburg Seryoga Missy Elliott
2007 Ice Palace Khodynka Moscow Pavel Volya and Anna Semenovich Avril Lavigne
2008 Luzhniki Palace of Sports Dima Bilan and Sergey Lazarev Jay Sean

2004

Award winners

  • Video of the Year: Zveri - "Vsye, chto kasaetsya"
  • Best Female Act: Valeriya - "Chasiki"
  • Best Male Act: Dolphin - "Vesna"
  • Best Group: Zveri - "Vsye, chto kasaetsya"
  • Breakthrough of the Year: Uma2rman - "Praskovya"
  • Best Song: VIA GRA feat. V.Meladze - "Prityazhenya bolshe net"
  • Best International Act: The Rasmus - "In the Shadows"
  • Best Pop Act: Smash!! - "Freeway"
  • Best Rock Act: Kipelov - "Ya svoboden"
  • Best Hip Hop/Rap Act: Kasta - "Revnost"
  • Best Dance Act: Nike Borzov feat. Gosti iz budushchego - "Malenkaya loshadka"
  • Artist of the Year: Zveri - "Vsye, chto kasaetsya"
  • Free Your Mind: Vladimir Posner
  • Stay Alive: 1st detachment of the Republican clinical hospital

Performances

2005

Award winners

Performances

2006

Award winners

Performances

2007

Award winners

Performances

2008

Award winners

Since 2008, Best Rock Act prize is not awarded, because of too few rock bands in MTV Russia format.

Performances

2009 ceremony cancelled

2009 RMA was cancelled due to world economic crisis that caused financial problems to organizers. It is yet to be scheduled if the prize will be back in 2010.[1]

2014

Special awards

Free Your Mind

Legend MTV

VH1 Award

See also

References

External links