Let’s be honest, a song isn’t complete without a killer music video backing it up.
We’re taking a moment to appreciate the amazing visuals that have accompanied some of Malta’s top tunes.
We’re about to walk you through the Bay Music Awards with Bank of Valletta nominees for the Best Music Video category.
On the 14th of May, one person from each of our 8 categories will walk away with the trophy. Who will come out on top at the end of the night? Well, that’s entirely up to you.
Making your decision won’t be easy, but hopefully this article will make it a bit easier or you.
The Best Music Video Award is brought to you by Melita.
DESTINY – ALL OF MY LOVE
Following its music video release on YouTube, “All Of My Love” has so far accumulated more than one million views. Malta was also among the top ten countries to win with the bookmakers before the song contest’s cancellation.
Wiwiblogs recently announced that Destiny’s music video for ‘All Of My Love’ was voted Europe’s favourite out of all Eurovision videos for 2020.
Out of 10,000 votes, Destiny’s music video won with 11.93% (that’s 1,225 votes to be exact), of the votes.
THE NEW VICTORIANS – SECOND TO NONE
This music video was produced and directed by V Squared Media and was filmed entirely within Teatru Manoel. It gives audiences a preview of the show whilst letting them into areas of the building that they may not have seen before.
“Our wish for this project is to bring contemporary Maltese electronic music, that can be enjoyed on the radio, to the theatre. To encourage our music fans to approach the theatre. To celebrate a historic gem like the Manoel in a modern way, that can be understood by all,” the duo said.
LUKE CHAPPELL – HUMAN
The video was directed by Steven Levi Vella.
Andrew Randon, Anthony Mizzy and Naomi Gradel were in charge of the camera work.
The track itself was co-written with Muxu and Chappell himself, with Peter Borg producing and mixing the track at Railway Studios.
Styling for the music video was covered by Malcolm Gauci.
IRA LOSCO FT. MICHELA – CANNONBALL
The music video was directed by Steven Levi Vella and portrays a more vulnerable Ira trusting in group therapy to deal with some personal issues she seems to be going through…
The track was originally recorded by Ira as a solo version for her latest double-album No Sinner No Saint. But, Ira brought in X Factor Malta winner Michela to add in some extra vocal power.
This was the first time we heard Michela sing an original, after her Eurovision entry, ‘Chameleon’
Any music video that caught your eye?
You can put in your vote by following this link right here, head over to the each category and cast your vote.
Voting ends May 11th!
The BMAs will be held on the 14th of May, with performances from Malta’s greatest talent. You don’t even have to budge from your comfy sofa seat to watch, as everything will be streamed live and online!
Stay tuned to our Facebook and Instagram pages for more information about the big night!