List of awards and nominations received by Kanye West

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Kanye West awards and nominations
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West performing at Lollapalooza Chile in 2011
Totals
Awards won 233
Nominations 722

Kanye West is an American rapper, record producer, director, fashion designer and songwriter. He has received various awards and nominations for his work in each of the aforementioned fields. West rose to prominence in the early 2000s, earning several honors for his work as a producer. He transitioned to become a recording artist, and won Best New Male Artist at both the 2004 World Music Awards and 2004 Billboard Music Awards. The same year, West released his debut album The College Dropout (2004). The album won several awards, and helped West receive the third most Grammy nominations in one night, with ten nominations at the 47th Annual Grammy Awards.[1] The album and its single "Jesus Walks" won Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song at the ceremony, respectively. The latter would elsewhere win Best Male Video at the 2005 MTV Video Music Awards.

West's second studio album Late Registration (2005) received the joint most nominations at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards, with eight.[2] He took home three awards, and became only the second artist to win Best Rap Album back-to-back, as well as the first artist to win best rap song for consecutive years. In the same year, he won Best International Male at the 2006 Meteor Awards. West received the most nominations at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards for his third studio album Graduation (2007), with eight.[3] The album won in four out of the five rap categories, and West became the first solo artist to have his first three studio albums be nominated for the Grammy category Album of the Year.

West's fourth studio album 808s & Heartbreak (2008) was nominated for Album of the Year at the 2009 Soul Train Music Awards, and featured the single "Love Lockdown" which received three nominations at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards, including Video of the Year. Elsewhere in 2009, West won a record-equalling third Brit Award for International Male Solo Artist. West's fifth studio album My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010), and collaborative album Watch The Throne (2011) with Jay-Z earned him the most nominations at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards—seven, of which he won four.[4] He repeated the feat a year later, when he led (jointly) the Grammy nominees for a fifth time at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, taking home three awards.[5]

The compilation album Cruel Summer (2012) was released by the label GOOD Music, which West founded, and led to him receiving a record seventeen nominations at the 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards. His sixth solo album Yeezus (2013) received a nomination for Best Album at the 2014 NME Awards. In 2015, West won Shoe of the Year for the Yeezy Boost at the 29th Annual Footwear News Achievement Awards. He also became only the second rapper to receive the MTV Video Vanguard Award, in addition to receiving the Visionary Award at The BET Honors. West's seventh solo studio album The Life of Pablo (2016) released alongside his Yeezy Season 3 fashion show, won him Artist of the Year at the 20th Annual Webby Awards, along with two Clio Awards in fashion and marketing, respectively, in 2017. The album's merchandise, which was released via a pop-up project across 21 cities, earned West a nomination at the 2018 Beazley Designs of the Year.

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ACE Awards[edit]

The Accessories Council Excellence Awards were created in 1997 to pay homage to those individuals and groups that have made great strides in raising the awareness of the accessories industry.[6] West has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2010 Kanye West Stylemaker Award Won [7]

American Music Awards[edit]

The American Music Awards is an annual music awards show created by Dick Clark in 1973.[8] West has received two awards from ten nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 The College Dropout Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album Nominated [9]
Kanye West Favorite Breakthrough Artist Nominated
Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist Nominated
2006 Nominated [10]
Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist Nominated
2008 Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist Won [11]
Graduation Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album Won
2011 Watch The Throne Nominated [12]
Kanye West Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Artist Nominated
2015 "FourFiveSeconds" (with Rihanna & Paul McCartney) Collaboration of the Year Nominated [13]

Antville Music Video Awards[edit]

The Antville Awards are annual online awards that recognize the best music videos of the past year.[14] West has received three awards from nineteen nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 "Gold Digger" Best Video Nominated [15]
2007 "Can't Tell Me Nothing" Most Fun Video Nominated [16]
2008 "Flashing Lights" Best Narrative Video Nominated [17]
Best Urban Video Won
2009 "Welcome To Heartbreak" Best Performance Video Nominated [18]
Hype Williams Award Won
Best Music Video of the Year Nominated
2010 Kanye West Best Commissioning Artist Won [19]
"Runway" Best Cinematography Nominated
"Power" Most Fun Video Nominated
2011 "Otis" (with Jay-Z) Nominated [20]
Best Performance Video Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
"Monster" Nominated
2012 "No Church In The Wild" (with Jay-Z) Best Cinematography Nominated [21]
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
"Niggas in Paris" (with Jay-Z) Nominated
2013 "Bound 2" Nominated [22]
"Black Skinhead" Nominated

ASCAP Awards[edit]

The ASCAP Awards are held annually by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.[23] West has received one London music award, eight Pop awards and thirty-two Rhythm and Soul awards.

ASCAP London Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2016 "FourFiveSeconds" (with Rihanna & Paul McCartney) Hot 100 Winning Songs Won [24]

ASCAP Pop Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 "Slow Jamz" (with Twista & Jamie Foxx) Most Performed Songs Won [25]
"You Don't Know My Name" (as songwriter) Won
2008 "Stronger" Won [26]
2009 "Good life" (featuring T-Pain) Won [27]
2010 "Heartless" Won [28]
"Knock You Down" (with Keri Hilson & Ne-Yo) Won
"Run This Town" (with Jay-Z & Rihanna) Won
2012 "E.T." (with Katy Perry) Won [29]

ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2002 Izzo (H.O.V.A.) (as songwriter) Award Winning Rap Songs Won [30]
2005 "All Falls Down" (featuring Syleena Johnson) Won [31]
Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won
"Jesus Walks" Award Winning Rap Songs Won
Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won
"Slow Jamz" (with Twista & Jamie Foxx) Award Winning Rap Songs Won
Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won
"You Don't Know My Name" (as songwriter) Won
"Stand Up" (as songwriter) Award Winning Rap Songs Won
2009 "Good Life" (featuring T-Pain) Won [32]
Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won
"Put On" (with Young Jeezy) Won
Award Winning Rap Songs Won
2010 "Forever" (with Drake, Lil Wayne & Eminem) Won [33]
"Run This Town" (with Rihanna & Jay-Z) Won
"Heartless" Won
Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won
"Knock You Down" (with Keri Hilson & Ne-Yo) Won
2011 "Forever" (with Drake, Lil Wayne & Eminem) Award Winning Rap Songs Won [34]
2012 "Niggas In Paris" (with Jay-Z) Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won [35]
"Otis" (with Jay-Z) Won
"Marvin & Chardonnay" (with Big Sean & Roscoe Dash) Won
"All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna) Won
Award Winning Rap Songs Won
2013 "Niggas In Paris" (with Jay-Z) Won [36]
Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won
"Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Won
Award Winning Rap Songs Won
2014 "Clique" (featuring Big Sean & Jay-Z) Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won [37]
2016 "All Day" (featuring Allan Kingdom, Theophilus London & Paul McCartney) Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap Songs Won [38]
2017 "Father Stretch My Hands Pt.1" Award Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won [39]
Award Winning Rap Songs Won

BEFFTA Awards[edit]

The Black Entertainment, Film, Fashion, Television and Arts (BEFFTA) Awards celebrate and reward the achievements of black personalities within entertainment, film, fashion, television and arts.[40] West has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2014 Kanye West Best International Act Nominated [41]
2016 Nominated [42]

Best Art Vinyl Awards[edit]

The Best Art Vinyl Awards are yearly awards established in 2005 by Art Vinyl Ltd to celebrate the best album artwork of the past year.[43] West has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Late Registration Best Vinyl Art Nominated [44]
2011 Watch The Throne Nominated [45]

BET Awards[edit]

BET Awards[edit]

The BET Awards were established in 2001 by the Black Entertainment Television network to celebrate Black Americans and other minorities in music, acting, sports, and other fields of entertainment over the past year.[46] West has received ten awards from thirty-three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 "All Falls Down" (featuring Syleena Johnson) Viewer's Choice Nominated [47]
"Slow Jamz" (with Twista & Jamie Foxx) Best Collaboration Nominated
Kanye West Best New Artist Won
Best Male Hip-Hop Artist Nominated
2005 Won [48]
Best Gospel Artist Nominated
"Jesus Walks" Video of the Year Won
2006 "Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Won [49]
Best Collaboration Won
Kanye West Best Male Hip-Hop Artist Nominated
2008 Won [50]
Good Life (featuring T-Pain) Best Collaboration Won
Video of the Year Nominated
2009 "Heartless" Nominated [51]
"Love Lockdown" Viewer's Choice Nominated
Kanye West Best Male Hip Hop Artist Nominated
2010 "Forever" (with Drake, Lil Wayne & Eminem) Best Collaboration Nominated [52]
2011 "All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna) Nominated [53]
"Runaway" Video of the Year Nominated
Kanye West Best Male Hip-Hop Artist Won
Video Director of the Year Nominated
2012 Nominated [54]
"Otis" (with Jay-Z) Best Collaboration Nominated
Viewer's Choice Nominated
Video of the Year Won
"Niggas in Paris" (with Jay-Z) Nominated
"Marvin & Chardonnay" (with Big Sean & Roscoe Dash) Best Collaboration Nominated
The Throne (with Jay-Z) Best Group Won
2013 Nominated [55]
"Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Video Of The Year Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
2016 "One Man Can Change the World" (with Big Sean & John Legend) Nominated [56]
Kanye West Best Male Hip Hop Artist Nominated

BET Hip Hop Awards[edit]

The BET Hip Hop Awards are hosted annually by BET for hip hop performers, producers, and music video directors.[57] West has received nineteen awards from seventy-seven nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 Late Registration Hip Hop CD of the Year Nominated [58]
Kanye West Producer of the Year Nominated
Best Live Performance Nominated
2007 Won [59]
Lyricist of the Year Nominated
Producer of the Year Nominated
"Stronger" Best Hip-Hop Video Won
2008 "Good Life" (featuring T-Pain) Won [60]
Track of the Year Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Collabo Nominated
Kanye West Best Lyricist Nominated
MVP of the Year Nominated
Best Live Performer Won
Graduation CD of the Year Nominated
"Put On" (with Young Jeezy) People's Champ Nominated
2009 Best Hip-Hop Collabo Nominated [61]
808s & Heartbreak CD of the Year Nominated
"Amazing" (featuring Young Jeezy) People's Champ Award Nominated
Kanye West Best Live Performer Nominated
Lyricist of the Year Nominated
Producer of the Year Won
MVP of the Year Nominated
Hustler of the Year Nominated
Best Hip Hop Style Won
2010 Nominated [62]
Best Live Performer Nominated
"Forever" (with Drake, Lil Wayne & Eminem) Perfect Combo Nominated
2011 "All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna) Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated [63]
Viewer's Choice Nominated
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy CD of the Year Won
Kanye West Best Live Performer Nominated
Hustler of the Year Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Style Nominated
Lyricist of the Year Nominated
Video Director of the Year Nominated
MVP of the Year Nominated
Producer of the Year Nominated
2012 Won [64]
Lyricist of the Year Nominated
MVP of the Year Nominated
Best Live Performer Nominated
Hustler of the Year Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Style Won
Video Director of the Year Nominated
"Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Best Club Banger Nominated
Reese's Perfect Combo Award Won
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
People's Champ Award Nominated
Otis (with Jay-Z) Nominated
Watch The Throne CD of the Year Won
"Niggas In Paris" (with Jay-Z) Track of the Year Won
Best Club Banger Won
The Throne (with Jay-Z) Best Live Performer Won
"Murder to Excellence" (with Jay-Z) Impact Track Nominated
2013 "Black Skinhead" Nominated [65]
Kanye West Best Hip-Hop Style Nominated
Hustler of the Year Nominated
Best Live Performer Nominated
2014 Won [66]
Best Hip-Hop Style Nominated
2015 Nominated [67]
Producer of the Year Nominated
Best Live Performer Nominated
"Blessings" (with Big Sean & Drake) Best Collabo, Duo or Group Won
People's Champ Award Won
Best Hip Hop Video Nominated
"I Don't Fuck with You" (as producer) Best Club Banger Won
Track of the Year Nominated
"One Man Can Change The World" (with Big Sean & John Legend) Impact Track Nominated
2016 Kanye West Best Live Performer Nominated [68]
Lyricist of the Year Nominated
Video Director of the Year Nominated
MVP of the Year Nominated
Hustler of the Year Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Style Won
"Famous" (featuring Rihanna) Best Hip Hop Video Nominated
The Life of Pablo Album of the Year Nominated

BET Honors[edit]

BET Honors were established in 2008 by the Black Entertainment Television network to grace the lives and achievements of African-American luminaries. The awards are presented annually during Black History Month.[69] West has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2015 Kanye West Visionary Award Won [70]

Billboard Awards[edit]

Billboard.com Mid-Year Music Awards[edit]

The Billboard.com Mid-Year Music Awards are held by Billboard to recognize the most favorite artists, songs, albums and performances of the first half of the year. Winners are selected through a poll on Billboard's official website.[71] West has received four nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2011 Kanye West at Coachella Best Festival Performance Nominated [72]
2012 Kanye West's GOOD Music Album Most Anticipated Event of 2012's Second Half Nominated [73]
2013 Kanye West at Governors Ball Best Festival Performance Nominated [74]
Kanye West Projects New Song on Buildings Around The World Coolest Marketing Stunt Nominated

Billboard Music Awards[edit]

The Billboard Music Awards are held to honor artists for commercial performance in the U.S., based on record charts published by Billboard.[75] West has received six awards from seventeen nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 The College Dropout R&B/Hip-Hop Album of the Year Nominated [76]
Kanye West R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Artist of the Year Nominated
R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year Nominated
Hot 100 Songwriter of the Year Nominated
R&B/Hip-Hop producer of the year Won
Rap Artist of the Year Won
New R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year Won
New Male Artist of the Year Won
Billboard Artist Achievement Award Won
2005 Artist Achievement Award Won [77]
2011 My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy Top Rap Album Nominated [78]
2012 "E.T." (with Katy Perry) Top Digital Song Nominated [79]
Top Hot 100 Song Nominated
Top Pop Song Nominated
Watch The Throne (with Jay-Z) Top Rap Album Nominated
2013 "Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Top Rap Song Nominated [80]
2017 Kanye West Top Rap Tour Nominated [81]

Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards[edit]

The Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards honor the most popular albums, songs, artists, songwriters, producers and major/independent labels. The awards were based on sales data from Nielsen SoundScan and radio airplay information from Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems. West received two awards from eleven nominations.[82]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kanye West Top Songwriter Nominated [83]
Top New R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Nominated
Top Producer Nominated
2005 Nominated [84]
2006 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Nominated [85]
Top Male R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Nominated
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Artist Nominated
Late Registration Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album Nominated
Top Rap Album Won
"Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Song Nominated
Hot Rap Track Won

Black Reel Awards[edit]

The Black Reel Awards is an awards ceremony hosted by the Foundation for the Augmentation of African-Americans in Film (FAAAF), and annually spotlights black cinematic excellence in films and performances in theatrical, independent, television and world cinema films.[86] West has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2011 "Run This Town" (with Jay-Z & Rihanna) Best Original or Adapted Song Nominated [87]
2013 "No Church in the Wild" (with Jay-Z & Frank Ocean) Nominated [88]

BMI Awards[edit]

The BMI Awards are annual award ceremonies for songwriters in various genres organized by Broadcast Music, Inc..[89] West has received five London awards, six Pop awards and thirty-three R&B/Hip-Hop (formerly Urban) awards.

BMI London Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 "Diamonds From Sierra Leone" Pop Awards Won [90]
2008 "Stronger" Won [91]
2009 "American Boy" (with Estelle) Won [92]
2010 "Run This Town" (with Jay-Z & Rihanna) Won [93]
2017 "That Part" (with Schoolboy Q) Won [94]

BMI Pop Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 "Overnight Celebrity" (with Twista) Award Wining Songs Won [95]
2007 "Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Won [96]
2008 "Stronger" Won [97]
2010 "American Boy" (with Estelle) Won [98]
"Heartless" Won
"Knock You Down" (with Keri Hilson & Ne-Yo) Won

BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kanye West Top Urban Producers Won [99]
2005 Producer of the Year Won [100]
"Jesus Walks" Award Winning Songs Won
"Overnight Celebrity" (with Twista) Won
"Through The Wire" Won
"You Don't Know My Name" (as songwriter) Won
2006 "Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Won [101]
2007 "Unbreakable" (as songwriter) Won [102]
2008 "Good Life" (featuring T-Pain) Won [103]
"Stronger" Won
Kanye West Producer of the Year Won
2009 Won [104]
"Flashing Lights" Award Winning Songs Won
"Put On" (with Young Jeezy) Won
2010 Kanye West Top Urban Producers Won [105]
"Forever" (with Drake, Lil Wayne & Eminem) Award Wining Songs Won
"Heartless" Won
"Knock You Down" (with Keri Hilson & Ne-Yo) Won
"Run This Town" (with Jay-Z & Rihanna) Won
2011 "Find Your Love" (as songwriter) Won [106]
Kanye West Top Urban Producers Won
2012 Won [107]
"All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna) Award Wining Songs Won
"Niggas In Paris" (with Jay-Z) Won
2013 "Marvin & Chardonnay" (with Big Sean & Roscoe Dash) Won [108]
"Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Won
"Party" (as songwriter) Won
2014 "Clique" (featuring Big Sean & Jay-Z) Won [109]
2015 "I Don't Fuck with You" (as songwriter) Won [110]
2016 "Bitch Better Have My Money" (as songwriter) Won [111]
"FourFiveSeconds" (with Rihanna & Paul McCartney) Won
2017 "Father Stretch My Hands Pt.1" Won [112]
"Pop Style" (with Drake & Jay-Z) Won

Brit Awards[edit]

The Brit Awards are the British Phonographic Industry's (BPI) annual pop music awards.[113] West has received three awards from nine nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West International Breakthrough Act Nominated [114]
International Male Solo Artist Nominated
2006 Late Registration International Album Nominated [115]
Kanye West International Male Solo Artist Won
2008 Won [116]
2009 Won [117]
2010 "Gold Digger" (2006 Brit Awards) Best Live Performance at the Brit Awards Nominated [118]
2011 Kanye West International Male Solo Artist Nominated [119]
2012 Kanye West & Jay-Z International Group Nominated [120]

Clio Awards[edit]

The Clio Awards is an annual award program that recognizes innovation and creative excellence in advertising, design and communication, as judged by an international panel of advertising professionals.[121] West has received four awards from five nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2015 Kanye West x adidas Livestream Runway Shows/Presentations Nominated [122]
2016 adidas + Kanye West Partnerships Won [123]
Heartless (The Girl on the Train) Trailers (Theatrical/Television/ Gaming) Won [124]
2017 The Life of Pablo Album Experience Music Marketing Won [125]
YEEZY Season 3 & Premiere of Life Of Pablo Fashion: Events/Experiential Won [126]

Danish Music Awards[edit]

The Danish Music Awards (DMA) is a Danish award show established by IFPI Denmark in 1989.[127] West has received three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 Late Registration International Album of the Year Nominated [128]
2012 Watch The Throne Nominated [129]
2013 Yeezus Nominated [130]

Designs of the Year Awards[edit]

The Beazley Designs of the Year Awards is an annual exhibition and awards honouring the very best in innovative design across six categories: Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Graphics, Product and Transport.[131] West has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2017 The Life of Pablo merchandise and pop-up stores Fashion Nominated [132]

Dieline Awards[edit]

The Dieline Awards recognizes the best in consumer product packaging design worldwide, celebrating innovation and honouring excellence in packaging design.[133] West has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2012 Watch the Throne Dieline Package Design Award Won [134]

ECHO Awards[edit]

The ECHO Music Awards began in 1992 by German Phonoakademie, the cultural institute of the German Music Industry Association (BVMI), to recognize "outstanding and successful works of national and international music artists".[135] West has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2008 Graduation Artist of the Year Hip-Hop / R&B Nominated [136]

Esky Music Awards[edit]

The Esky Music Awards were awarded annually by Esquire magazine.[137] West received two awards.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West Best Visionary Won [138]
Best MC Won

FN Achievement Awards[edit]

The Footwear News Achievement Awards, established in 1986, are an annual "Shoe Oscars" hosted by Footwear News that honor the industry's best shoes.[139] West has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2015 Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 Shoe of the Year Won [140]

Fonogram Hungarian Music Awards[edit]

The Fonogram Hungarian Music Awards were founded in 1992 to honor and recognize the musical achievements of performers in Hungary. The awards are presented by Mahasz, the Hungarian music industry association.[141] West has received two awards from four nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 Late Registration Best Foreign Rap or Hip-Hop Album of the Year Won [142]
2008 Graduation Won [143]
2009 808s & Heartbreak Best Foreign Dance or Pop Album Nominated [144]
2014 Yeezus Best Foreign Rap or Hip-Hop Album of the Year Nominated [145]

Glamour Awards[edit]

The Glamour Awards are annual awards hosted by Glamour magazine.[146] West has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2009 Kanye West Man of the Year Won [147]

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by The Recording Academy to honor outstanding achievements in the music industry, and are considered the music industry's highest honor.[148] West has received twenty-one awards from sixty-eight nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West Best New Artist Nominated [149]
"Jesus Walks" Song of the Year Nominated
Best Rap Song Won
The College Dropout Best Rap Album Won
Album of the Year Nominated
The Diary of Alicia Keys (as producer) Nominated
"Through the Wire" Best Rap Solo Performance Nominated
"You Don't Know My Name" (as songwriter) Best R&B Song Won
"All Falls Down" (featuring Syleena Johnson) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
"Slow Jamz" (with Twista & Jamie Foxx) Nominated
2006 "They Say" (with Common & John Legend) Nominated
"Unbreakable" (as songwriter) Best R&B Song Nominated
"Diamonds from Sierra Leone" Best Rap Song Won
"Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Record of the Year Nominated
Best Rap Solo Performance Won
Late Registration Best Rap Album Won
Album of the Year Nominated
The Emancipation of Mimi (as producer) Nominated
2008 Graduation Nominated
Best Rap Album Won
"Better Than I've Ever Been" (with Nas, Rakim & KRS-One) Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
"Southside" (with Common) Won
"Stronger" Best Rap Solo Performance Won
"Can't Tell Me Nothing" Best Rap Song Nominated
"Good Life" (featuring T-Pain) Won
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
2009 "American Boy" (with Estelle) Won
Song of the Year Nominated
Tha Carter III (as producer) Album of the Year Nominated
"Swagga like Us" (with T.I., Jay-Z & Lil Wayne) Best Rap Song Nominated
Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Won
"Put On" (with Young Jeezy) Nominated
2010 "Amazing" (featuring Young Jeezy) Nominated
"Make Her Say" (with Kid Cudi & Common) Nominated
"Ego" (with Beyoncé) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
"Knock You Down" (with Keri Hilson & Ne-Yo) Nominated
"Run This Town" (with Jay-Z & Rihanna) Won
Best Rap Song Won
2011 "Power" Best Rap Solo Performance Nominated
2012 Watch the Throne (with Jay-Z) Best Rap Album Nominated
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy Won
"All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna, Kid Cudi & Fergie) Song of the Year Nominated
Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Won
Best Rap Song Won
"Otis" (with Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Rap Performance Won
2013 "Niggas in Paris" (with Jay-Z) Won
Best Rap Song Won
"Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Nominated
Best Rap Performance Nominated
"No Church in the Wild" (with Jay-Z, Frank Ocean & The-Dream) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Won
Best Short Form Music Video Nominated
2014 "New Slaves" Best Rap Song Nominated
Yeezus Best Rap Album Nominated
2015 "Bound 2" (featuring Charlie Wilson) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
Best Rap Song Nominated
2016 "All Day" (featuring Theophilus London, Allan Kingdom, & Paul McCartney) Nominated
Best Rap Performance Nominated
"One Man Can Change the World" (with Big Sean & John Legend) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
Beauty Behind the Madness (as producer) Album of the Year Nominated
2017 Views (as producer) Nominated
"That Part" (with [Schoolboy Q) Best Rap Performance Nominated
"Pop Style" (with Drake & Jay-Z) Nominated
"Famous" (featuring Rihanna) Best Rap Song Nominated
Best Rap/Sung Performance Nominated
"Ultralight Beam" (feauting Chance the Rapper, Kirk Franklin, Kelly Price & The-Dream) Nominated
Best Rap Song Nominated
The Life of Pablo Best Rap Album Nominated

Groovevolt Music and Fashion Awards[edit]

The Groovevolt Music and Fashion Awards were held annually by Groovevolt.com.[150] West received five awards from seventeen nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West Most Fashionable Artist Nominated [151]
Best New Artist Nominated
"Jesus Walks" Song of the Year Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
The College Dropout Album of the Year Won
Best Hip-Hop Album Won
"Talk About Our Love" (with Brandy) Best R&B/Soul Song Performance - Duo or Group Nominated
"Slow Jamz" (with Twista & Jamie Foxx) Best Hip-Hop Song Collaboration - Duo or Group Nominated
"All Falls Down" (featuring Syleena Johnson) Best Hip-Hop Song Performance - Solo Nominated
"Two Words" (featuring Mos Def & Freeway) Best Hip-Hop Deep Cut Nominated
2006 "Bring Me Down" (featuring Brandy) Won [152]
Late Registration Best Solo Hip-Hop Album Won
"Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Best Hip-Hop Collaboration Won
Kanye West Best Tour Nominated
2007 Most Fashionable Artist Nominated [153]
"Number One" (with Pharrell) Best Hip-Hop Song Collaboration - Duo or Group Nominated
"Heard 'Em Say" (featuring Adam Levine) Nominated

GQ Awards[edit]

GQ Men of the Year Awards[edit]

The GQ Men of the Year Awards are given annually by British men's magazine GQ, celebrating progressive thinkers and people who have excelled in their field.[154] West has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2007 Kanye West International Man of the Year Won [155]

GQ Most Stylish Man of the Year Awards[edit]

The GQ Most Stylish Man award was established in 2014. Presented annually, sixty-four contestants are entered in a tournament, with the public voting for its winner.[156] West has received two awards from four nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2014 Kanye West Most Stylish Man Won [157]
2015 Won [158]
2016 Nominated [159]
2017 Nominated [160]

iHeartRadio Music Awards[edit]

The iHeartRadio Music Awards is an international music awards show founded by iHeartRadio in 2014.[161] West has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2016 "Blessings" (with Big Sean & Drake) Hip Hop Song of the Year Nominated

[162]

Kanye West Most Meme-able Moment Nominated

International Dance Music Awards[edit]

The International Dance Music Awards, established in 1965, are part of the Winter Music Conference, a weeklong electronic music event held annually.[163] West has received three awards from nine nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 "Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Best Rap/Hip Hop Dance Track Won [164]
2008 "Stronger" Won [165]
2009 "Love Lockdown" Won [166]
Best R&B/Urban Dance Track Nominated
"American Boy" (with Estelle) Nominated
2010 "Run This Town" (with Jay-Z & Rihanna) Best Rap/Hip Hop/Trap Dance Track Nominated [167]
2012 "All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna) Nominated [168]
2013 "Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Nominated [169]
2016 "All Day" (featuring Allan Kingdom, Theophilus London & Paul McCartney) Nominated [170]

Kiss Awards[edit]

The Kiss 100 Radio Awards were a 2005 award show presented by UK radio station Kiss.[171] West received three awards from five nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West Hottest Producer Won [172]
Style Icon Won
Best Male Artist Nominated
Late Registration Best Album Won
"Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Most Wanted Download Nominated

Meteor Music Awards[edit]

The Meteor Music Awards, launched in 2001, were awarded for achievements in the Irish and international record industry until their end in 2010.[173] West received one award from four nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West Best International Male Nominated [174]
2006 Won [175]
2008 Nominated [176]
2009 Nominated [177]

MOBO Awards[edit]

The MOBO Awards (an acronym for "Music of Black Origin"), first presented in 1996, are held annually in the United Kingdom to recognize artists who perform black music.[178] West has received six awards from twenty nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 "All Falls Down" (featuring Syleena Johnson) Best Single Nominated [179]
Best Video Nominated
"Talk About Our Love" (with Brandy) Best Collaboration Nominated
"Slow Jamz" (with Twists & Jamie Foxx) Nominated
The College Dropout Best Album Won
Kanye West Best Producer Won
Best Hip-Hop Act Won
2006 Nominated [180]
Best International Male Nominated
2007 Best International Artist Nominated [181]
Best Hip-Hop Act Won
"Stronger" Best Video Won
2008 Kanye West Best International Act Nominated [182]
"American Boy" (with Estelle) Best Song Won
2009 808's & Heartbreak Best Album Nominated [183]
Kanye West Best Hip Hop Act Nominated
Best International Act Nominated
2012 Nominated [184]
2013 Nominated [185]
2016 Nominated [186]

MP3.com Awards[edit]

The MP3.com Readers Choice Awards acknowledged artists for their popularity as noted by MP3.com's community of passionate music enthusiasts.[187] West received two awards.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 Late Registration Best Album Won [188]
"Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Best Single Won

MP3 Music Awards[edit]

The MP3 Music Award is an annual awards ceremony established in 2007 to celebrate the most popular artists, bands, MP3 players and MP3 retailers in today's world of music.[189] West has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2011 "All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna) Best Hip Hop/R&B/Rap Nominated [190]
2012 "Otis" (with Jay-Z) Nominated [191]

MTV Awards[edit]

MTV Africa Awards[edit]

The MTV Africa Music Awards (MAMAs), established in 2008, honour the best contemporary music across Africa.[192] West has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2009 Kanye West Best Hip-Hop Nominated [193]

MTV Asia Awards[edit]

Established in 2002, the MTV Asia Awards gave recognition and awards to Asian and international artists in achievement, cinema, fashion, humanitarian, and music.[194] West received three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 "Gold Digger" Favorite Video Nominated [195]
Kanye West Favorite Male Artist Nominated
2008 The Innovation Award Nominated [196]

MTV Australia Awards[edit]

The MTV Australia Awards was an annual awards ceremony established in 2005 by MTV Australia and ran till 2009.[197] West received four nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 "Gold Digger" Best Male Video Nominated [198]
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
2009 "American Boy" (with Estelle) Best Collaboration Nominated [199]

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Europe Music Awards were established in 1994 by MTV Europe to recognize excellence in music videos from European and international artists.[200] West has received three awards from twenty-three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kanye West Best Hip-Hop Nominated [201]
2005 Nominated [202]
2006 Won [203]
Best Male Nominated
"Touch The Sky" Best Video Nominated
2007 "Stronger" Nominated [204]
Kanye West Best Urban Nominated
2008 Best Male Won [205]
Best Urban Won
2009 Nominated [206]
2010 Best Hip-Hop Nominated [207]
Best Male Nominated
2011 Nominated [208]
Kanye West & Jay-Z Best Hip-Hop Nominated
2012 Nominated [209]
Best Live Nominated
Kanye West Best Male Nominated
2013 Best Hip-Hop Nominated [210]
2014 Nominated [211]
2015 Best Male Nominated [212]
Best Hip-Hop Nominated
2016 Nominated [213]
"Famous" Best Video Nominated

MTV Italian Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Italian Music Awards, also known as TRL (Total Request Live) Awards, are hosted annually in Italy by MTV. They award the best video, performers, and artists of the year.[214] West has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 Kanye West TRL's Man of The Year Won [215]

MTV Millennial Awards[edit]

The MTV Millennial Awards, held annually in Latin America, were established in 2013 by MTV Latino to award music artists.[216] West has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2016 Kanye West Announces Presidential Run Viral Bomb Nominated [217]

MTV Movie Awards[edit]

The MTV Movie Awards is a film awards show presented annually by MTV.[218] West has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2014 Kanye West Best Cameo (Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues) Nominated [219]

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) were established in 1984 by MTV to celebrate the top music videos of the year.[220] West has received five awards from thirty-eight nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 "All Falls Down" Best New Artist in a Video Nominated [221]
Breakthrough Video Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
Best Male Video Nominated
2005 "Jesus Walks" Won [222]
Video of the Year Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2006 "Gold Digger" Nominated [223]
Best Male Video Nominated
Ringtone of the Year Nominated
2007 "Stronger" Video of the Year Nominated [224]
Best Director Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Kanye West Male Artist of the Year Nominated
Quadruple Threat of the Year Nominated
2008 "Good Life" Best Special Effects Won [225]
"Homecoming" Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2009 "Love Lockdown" Nominated [226]
Video of the Year Nominated
Best Male Video Nominated
"Paranoid" Best Special Effects Nominated
2011 "Power" Nominated [227]
Best Art Direction Nominated
"All of the Lights" Best Male Video Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
E.T. (with Katy Perry) Best Collaboration Won
2012 "Otis" (with Jay-Z) Best Direction Nominated [228]
"Mercy" Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
"Niggas in Paris" (with Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2014 "Black Skinhead" Nominated [229]
2015 Kanye West Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award Won [230]
2016 "Famous" Video of the Year Nominated [231]
Best Male Video Nominated
2017 "Fade" Best Choreography Won [232]

MTV Video Music Awards Japan[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards Japan was established in 2002 to recognize excellence in music videos from Japanese and international artists.[233] West has received thirteen nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 "Jesus Walks" Best Male Video Nominated [234]
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2006 "Gold Digger" Nominated [235]
"Diamonds From Sierra Leone" Best Male Video Nominated
2008 "Stronger" Video of the Year Nominated [236]
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2009 "Heartless" Nominated [237]
Best Male Video Nominated
2011 "Runaway" Nominated [238]
"Power" Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2012 "Otis" (with Jay-Z) Nominated [239]
Best Collaboration Nominated
2016 "Famous" Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated [240]

MTV Video Music Brazil Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Music Brazil, commonly known as VMB, was MTV Brazil's annual award ceremony. Established in 1995, the ceremony was discontinued in 2013.[241] West received three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2008 Kanye West Best International Act Nominated [242]
2011 Nominated [243]
2012 Kanye West & Jay-Z Nominated [244]

MTV Video Play Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Play Awards see MTV International recognize the artists who have the most played music videos across the MTV (Music Television) channels around the world.[245] West has received two awards.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2012 "All of the Lights" Gold Won [246]
"E.T." (with Katy Perry) Platinum Won

MTVU Woodie Awards[edit]

The MTVU Woodie Awards were created by MTV in 2004 to recognize the best in music as voted by college students.[247] West has received one award from six nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 Kanye West Good Woodie Nominated [248]
2008 Performing Woodie Nominated [249]
2011 Left Field Woodie Won [250]
2012 Kanye West & Jay-Z Performing Woodie Nominated [251]
2013 "Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Tag Team Woodie Nominated [252]
2014 Kanye West Best Video Woodie Nominated [253]

MuchMusic Video Awards[edit]

The MuchMusic Video Awards are annual awards presented by the Canadian TV channel Much to honour the year's best music videos.[254] West has received fourteen nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 "All Falls Down" Best International Video - Artist Nominated [255]
2005 "Jesus Walks" Nominated [256]
2006 "Gold Digger" Nominated [257]
People's Choice: Favorite International Artist Nominated
"Touch the Sky" Best International Artist Nominated
2008 "Stronger" Peoples Choice: Favourite International Video Nominated [258]
Best International Video - Artist Nominated
2009 "Heartless" Nominated [259]
2011 "Runaway" Nominated [260]
2012 "Otis" (with Jay-Z) Most Streamed Video of the Year Nominated [261]
2013 "No Church in the Wild" (with Jay-Z) International Video of the Year - Group Nominated [262]
2014 "Bound 2" International Video of the Year - Artist Nominated [263]
2015 "FourFiveSeconds" (with Rihanna & Paul McCartney) Best international Video - Artist Nominated [264]
2016 "Only One" iHeartRadio International Artist of the Year Nominated [265]

Music Video Production Awards[edit]

The Music Video Production Awards (MVPAs) are annual awards held by the Music Video Production Association. Established in 1992, they honour the best music videos of the year.[266] West has received four awards from ten nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 "Ordinary People" (as director) Best R&B Video Nominated [267]
"Jesus Walks" Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Editing Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2006 "Heard 'Em Say" Won [268]
2007 "Touch The Sky" Won [269]
Best Cinematography Nominated
Best Styling Nominated
2009 We Were Once A Fairytale Best Hip-Hop Video Won [270]
2012 "Otis" (with Jay-Z) Won [271]

NAACP Image Awards[edit]

The NAACP Image Awards, established in 1967, are presented annually by the American National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to honor outstanding achievements and performances of people of color in film, television, music, and literature.[272] West has received one award from seventeen nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West Outstanding New Artist Won [273]
"Jesus Walks" Outstanding Music Video Nominated
2006 Late Registration Outstanding Album Nominated [274]
"Diamonds from Sierra Leone" Outstanding Music Video Nominated
Outstanding Song Nominated
Kanye West Outstanding Male Artist Nominated
2008 Nominated [275]
"Stronger" Outstanding Music Video Nominated
Outstanding Song Nominated
Graduation Outstanding Album Nominated
2009 808s & Heartbreak Outstanding Album Nominated [276]
"American Boy" (with Estelle) Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration Nominated
2010 "Run This Town" (with Jay-Z & Rihanna) Nominated [277]
2011 Kanye West Outstanding Male Artist Nominated [278]
My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy Outstanding Album Nominated
2016 "One Man Can Change The World" (with Big Sean & John Legend) Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration Nominated [279]
2018 "Love Yourself" (with Mary J. Blige) Nominated [280]

NME Awards[edit]

The NME Awards are an annual music awards show founded by the music magazine NME.[281] West has received two awards from eighteen nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 Kanye West Best Solo Artist Won [282]
2010 Villain of the Year Won [283]
2011 Best Solo Artist Nominated [284]
Best Band Blog or Twitter Nominated
Hero of the Year Nominated
2012 Watch The Throne Best Album Artwork Nominated [285]
Kanye West Best Band Blog or Twitter Nominated
2013 "Niggas In Paris" (with Jay-Z) Best Dancefloor Anthem Nominated [286]
2014 Yeezus Best Album Nominated [287]
Kanye West brings Jesus on stage Music Moment Of The Year Nominated
Kanye West Best Solo Artist Nominated
2016 Hero of the Year Nominated [288]
Best International Solo Artist Nominated
Villain of the Year Nominated
Kanye at the Brits Music Moment of the Year Nominated
2017
Kanye West Best International Male Artist Nominated [289]
"Famous" Best Video Nominated
The Life of Pablo Best Album Nominated

NRJ Music Awards[edit]

The NRJ Music Awards are an annual award held by the radio station NRJ since 2000.[290] West has received three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2009 Kanye West & Estelle International Group / Duo of the Year Nominated [291]
"American Boy" (with Estelle) Best International Song Nominated
2015 Kanye West, Paul McCartney & Rihanna International Group / Duo of the Year Nominated [292]

O Music Awards[edit]

The O Music Awards is one of the major annual awards established by MTV to honor the art, creativity, personality and technology of music into the digital space.[293] West has received one award from seven nominations, including five separate tweets nominated for Best Tweet in 2011.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Tweet Ref.
2011 Kanye West Innovative Artist Nominated [294]
Must Follow Artist on Twitter Nominated
Best Tweet Nominated
Nominated
Nominated
Nominated
Won [295]

People's Choice Awards[edit]

The People's Choice Awards is an awards show honoring people and their work in popular culture based on online votes.[296] West has received two awards from six nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2008 "Stronger" Favorite Hip-Hop Song Nominated [297]
2009 "Good Life" (featuring T-Pain) Nominated [298]
2010 "Run This Town" (with Jay-Z & Rihanna) Favorite Music Collaboration Won [299]
2012 "E.T." (with Katy Perry) Favorite Song of the Year Won [300]
2014 Kanye West Favorite Hip-Hop Artist Nominated [301]
2017 Nominated [302]

Pollstar Awards[edit]

The Pollstar Awards are an annual award ceremony to honor artists and professionals in the concert industry.[303] West has received three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kanye West Best New Touring Artist Nominated [304]
2008 Most Creative Stage Production Nominated [305]
2016 Nominated [306]

Q Awards[edit]

The Q Awards are annual music awards run by the music magazine Q.[307] West has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2015 Kanye West Best Solo Artist Nominated [308]

The Record of the Year[edit]

The Record of the Year was an award special televised by the ITV network. The winner was voted for by the British public from a selection of the year's ten biggest-selling singles in the United Kingdom.[309] West received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2009 "American Boy" (with Estelle) The Record of the Year Nominated [310]

Shorty Awards[edit]

The Shorty Awards is an annual awards show recognizing the people and organizations that produce real-time short form content across Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube, Instagram and the rest of the social web.[311] West has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2016 Kanye West Best Musician Nominated [312]

Smash Hits Awards[edit]

The Smash Hits Awards was an awards ceremony voted by readers of the Smash Hits magazine. The show ran from 1988 to 2005.[313] West received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West Best Hip Hop Act Nominated [314]

Soul Train Music Awards[edit]

The Soul Train Music Awards honour the best in black music and entertainment.[315] West has received four awards from nineteen nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kanye West Best New Artist Nominated [316]
2005 "Jesus Walks" Video of the Year Nominated [317]
2006 "Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Won [318]
Best R&B/Soul or Rap Dance Cut Nominated
2009 808's & Heartbreak Album of the Year Nominated [319]
"Knock You Down" (with Keri Hilson & Ne-Yo) Best Collaboration Won
Record of the Year Nominated
2010 "Find Your Love" (as songwriter) Nominated [320]
2011 Watch the Throne Album of the Year Nominated [321]
"All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna) Song of the Year Nominated
Hip-Hop Song of the Year Nominated
"Otis" (with Jay-Z) Nominated
2012 "Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chains) Won [322]
2015 "Blessings" (with Big Sean & Drake) Nominated [323]
Best Collaboration Nominated
2016 The Life of Pablo Album of the Year Nominated [324]
"Fade" Video of the Year Nominated
Best Dance Performance Won
2017 Love Yourself (with Mary J. Blige) Best Collaboration Nominated [325]

Source Awards[edit]

The Source Awards was an annual awards show hosted by The Source magazine from 1994 to 2004, honouring Hip-Hop & R&B performers.[326] West received three awards from ten nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2003 "B R Right" (as producer) Single of the Year - Female Solo Artist Nominated [327]
"Guess Who's Back" (as producer) Fat Tape Song of the Year Won
Kanye West Producer of the Year Nominated
2004 Nominated [328]
Breakthrough Artist Won
Lyricist of the Year Nominated
Live Performer of the Year Nominated
"Slow Jamz" (with Twista & Jamie Foxx) R&B/Rap Collaboration of the Year Nominated
The College Dropout Album of the Year Won
"Through the Wire" Video of the Year Won

Sucker Free Awards[edit]

The Sucker Free Awards were a 2011 awards ceremony that honoured the best of the year in hip-hop, throughout seven different categories.[329] West received two awards from three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2011 Kanye West & Jay-Z The Artist That Ran 2011 Nominated [330]
Watch The Throne Best Album of the Year Won
"Niggas In Paris" (with Jay-Z) Song of the Year Won

Swiss Music Awards[edit]

The Swiss Music Awards were created to promote national music scene and at the same time present its cultural diversity.[331] West has received three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2008 Graduation Best Album Urban International Nominated [332]
2009 808s & Heartbreak Nominated [333]
2012 Watch The Throne Nominated [334]

TEC Awards[edit]

The TEC Awards honour the most outstanding products in the worlds of music making, live performances, video games, television and films.[335] West has received two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 "Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Record Production/Single or Track Nominated [336]
Late Registration Record Production/Album Nominated

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

The Teen Choice Awards is an annual awards show that airs on the Fox Network. The awards honour the year's biggest achievements in music, films, sports, television, fashion and other categories, voted by teenage viewers.[337] West has received one award from twenty-six nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 The College Dropout Choice Music: Album Nominated [338]
"All Falls Down" (featuring Sylenna Johnson) Choice Music: Hip-Hop/Rap Track Nominated
Kanye West Choice Music: Male Artist Nominated
Choice Music: R&B Artist Nominated
Choice Music: Breakout Artist Nominated
2005 Choice Music: Rap Artist Nominated [339]
2006 Nominated [340]
Choice Music: Male Artist Nominated
2008 Nominated [341]
Choice Music: Rap Artist Nominated
"Homecoming" (featuring Chris Martin) Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Track Nominated
2009 Kanye West Choice Music: Rap Artist Won [342]
Choice Music: Male Artist Nominated
"Love Lockdown" Choice Music: R&B Track Nominated
"Heartless" Choice Music: Rap/Hip-Hop Track Nominated
808s & Heartbreak Choice Music: Album – Male Nominated
"Knock You Down" (with Keri Hilson & Ne-Yo) Choice Music: Summer Song Nominated
2011 "All of the Lights" (featuring Rihanna) Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Track Nominated [343]
Kanye West Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Artist Nominated
2012 Nominated [344]
2013 Choice Music: Hip-Hop/Rap Artist Nominated [345]
2015 Nominated [346]
"FourFiveSeconds" (with Rihanna & Paul McCartney) Choice Music: R&B/Hip-Hop Song Nominated
2016 Kanye West Choice Twit Nominated [347]
Choice Style: Male Nominated
Social Media King Nominated

TMF Awards[edit]

The TMF Awards was an annual Belgium television awards show broadcast live on The Music Factory from 1995 to 2009.[348] West received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2009 Kanye West Best Urban International Nominated [349]

TMH Awards[edit]

The TMH Awards were presented annually by Tmhxone.com, an urban music website.[350] West received one award from five nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kanye West Best New Hip Hop Artist Won [351]
Artist of The Year Nominated
"Slow Jamz" (with Twista & Jamie Foxx) Hottest Collab Single of The Year Nominated
Favorite Ballad of The Year Nominated
"Jesus Walks" Video of The Year Nominated

UK Festival Awards[edit]

The UK Festival Awards acknowledge the achievements of organizers and suppliers in the fields of programming, production, innovation, emerging talent, marketing, hospitality, catering and more in the UK festival industry.[352] West has received one nomination.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2013 "Niggas In Paris" (with Jay-Z) Anthem of the Summer Nominated [353]

UK Music Video Awards[edit]

The UK Music Video Awards is an annual award ceremony founded in 2008 to recognize creativity, technical excellence and innovation in music videos.[354] West has received two awards from nine nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2010 "Power" Best Visual Effects Nominated [355]
Best Urban Video – International Nominated
2011 "Otis" (with Jay-Z) Won [356]
2012 "Niggas In Paris" (with Jay-Z) Nominated [357]
"No Church In The Wild" (with Jay-Z) Nominated
Best Cinematography In A Video Nominated
Best Telecine In A Video Nominated
2017 "Fade" Best Dance International Nominated [358]
Best Choreography in a Video Won

Urban Music Awards[edit]

Urban Music Awards Australia and New Zealand[edit]

The Urban Music Awards Australia and New Zealand were established in 2006 as a means of celebrating hip hop, soul and R&B acts throughout the two countries. Two awards ceremonies were held, in 2006 and 2007.[359]

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2006 Kanye West Best International Act Won [360]

Urban Music Awards UK[edit]

The Urban Music Awards UK was launched in 2003, and celebrates urban music in the UK.[361] West has received one award from three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2008 "American Boy" (with Estelle) Best Collaboration Won [362]
2013 Kanye West Best International Artist Nominated [363]
2016 Nominated [364]

Urban Music Awards USA[edit]

The Urban Music Awards USA was launched in 2007, and celebrated urban music in the USA. The show was discontinued after its second ceremony in 2009.[365] West received two awards from three nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2009 808s & Heartbreak Best Album Won [366]
Kanye West Best Hip-Hop Act Nominated
"American Boy" (with Estelle) Best Collaboration Won

Vibe Awards[edit]

The Vibe Awards was a Hip-Hop/R&B music awards ceremony held from 2003 up till 2007.[367] West received two awards from ten nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kanye West Artist of the Year Nominated [368]
"Jesus Walks" Hottest Hook Nominated
"All Falls Down" (featuring Sylenna Johnson) Reelest Video Nominated
"Slow Jamz" (with Twista & Jamie Foxx) Coolest Collabo Nominated
2005 "Gold Digger" (featuring Jamie Foxx) Nominated [369]
Late Registration Album of the Year Nominated
Kanye West Artist of the Year Nominated
Best Rapper Won
2007 VStyle Nominated [370]
Can't Tell Me Nothing Mixtape of the Year Won

Virgin Media Music Awards[edit]

The Virgin Media Music Awards were an online music awards show.[371] West received one award from four nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2010 Kanye West Loser of the Year Won [372]
2011 Best Male Nominated [373]
Kanye West & Jay-Z Best Collaboration Nominated
Kanye West & Katy Perry Nominated

Webby Awards[edit]

The Webby Awards are given for excellence on the Internet, and presented annually by The International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences.[374] West has received one award.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2016 Kanye West Artist of the Year Won [375]

World Music Awards[edit]

The World Music Awards is an international awards show founded in 1989 that annually honors recording artists based on worldwide sales figures provided by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI).[376] West has received two awards from eleven nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2004 Kanye West World's Best New Male Artist Won [377]
2006 World's Best Selling Hip-Hop/Rap Artist Won [378]
2014 World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated [379]
World's Best Male Artist Nominated
World's Best Live Act Nominated
Yeezus World's Best Album Nominated
Cruel Summer Nominated
"Black Skinhead" World's Best Song Nominated
"Clique" (featuring Big Sean & Jay-Z) Nominated
"Mercy" (featuring Big Sean, Pusha T & 2 Chainz) Nominated
World's Best Music Video Nominated

XM Nation Awards[edit]

The XM Nation Music Awards were a 2005 awards show on XM Satellite Radio, voted on by nearly 1.4 million music fans nationwide for nominated artists and categories selected by XM's programming staff.[380] West received one award from two nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result Ref.
2005 Kanye West Most Important Established Artist Nominated [381]
Urban Artist of the Year Won

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