New music videos from Charli XCX, Ed Sheeran and Martin Garrix are part of a trove of exclusive material being released as part of today's YouTube Music Awards. In all, more than a dozen videos are in the playlist featuring established and emerging artists on YouTube, including Action Bronson, Cahoots, FKA twigs, Lindsey Sterling and Migos.
This year's YouTube Music Awards has been re-imagined from the inaugural event, which took place live in 2013 and featured a finalist/winner format. The 2015 winners have already been announced, honoring 50 artists based on views, subscribers and engagement over the past six months. Winners include Ariana Grande, Beyonce and One Direction.